national associations
Our mission would be unattainable without the involvement of the National Fitness Associations

National Associations

EuropeActive advocates for a strong consolidation of the EU fitness sector, a mission that would be unattainable without the involvement of the EU National Fitness Associations. EuropeActive works in close cooperation with 21 National Associations that coordinate the implementation of EuropeActive policies and standards in their countries. In this regard, they are provided with knowledge, information, support, visibility at sector events, networking opportunities and multiple projects to be explored together with other members.

Annual meeting
EuropeActive organises an annual meeting of the representatives of the National Associations and participates with them at the worldwide leading Trade Fair for Fitness, Wellness and Health - the FIBO tradeshow. National Associations are entitled to exhibition space and international lounge access, which provide for quality networking and international exposure. In addition, they attend one of the most important professional events of the year – the European Health and Fitness Forum, a meeting place of policymakers, health experts, insurance companies, associations and sector key players.

Harmonization
The cooperation between EuropeActive and National Associations has previously yielded significant input to the harmonization of the EU countries fitness sectors by sharing of best-practices and joint management of sector challenges.

Representing the sector at the EU level
Having as future objective to incorporate all the EU National Agencies, as the representatives of their countries, EuropeActive aims to expand the geography of its activity and exercise fully its mandate of representing the fitness, physical activity and wellbeing sector at the EU level.
 


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EuropeActive represents the whole industry, including associations, suppliers, training providers and individuals because it has a simple unifying purpose: to raise standards in the health and fitness sector and get 'more people more active more often'.