Affiliates

EBA

www.eba.com.ua

Established in 1999, the European Business Association (EBA) brings together about 750 European enterprises, including national and international companies. It offers members a broad scope of services, from lobbing through B2B to information partnership. The EBA is for business people who see the advantages and benefits of acting together efficiently within the European business community. For Miratech, being part of this community is an honor, and also an effective way to advance the company.

 

IT Ukraine Association

www.itukraine.org.ua

The IT Ukraine Association unites a group of leading Ukrainian software development companies, which have had success in selling and licensing their services within the developed markets of North America and Europe. The goals of the IT Ukraine Association are to consolidate software companies’ efforts in promoting competitive Ukrainian products in the world market; unite the scientific, educational, and industrial potential of Ukraine to develop software meeting the highest international standards; and create the most favorable conditions for the Ukrainian IT industry’s further development.

 

The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine

www.chamber.ua

The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine is a private non-governmental organization under the auspices of which companies meet to discuss and take action to achieve their common goals. The American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine is affiliated with the U.S. Chamber in the Ukrainian market.

 

International Chamber of Commerce

www.iccwbo.org

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) was established in Paris in 1919 as a world business organization. Today, ICC is active in 130 countries, and its representative offices (national committees) function in 91 countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, and Georgia.

A world network of national committees keeps the ICC International Secretariat in Paris informed about national and regional business priorities. More than 2,000 experts drawn from the ICC’s member companies feed their knowledge and experience into crafting the ICC stance on specific business issues.

The ICC has permanent observer status with the United Nations (UN). The UN, the World Trade Organization (WTO), and many other intergovernmental bodies, both international and regional, are kept informed on the views of international business through the ICC.