CAFA: Business Women Associations’ Coalition is an informal merger with three types of members: founding members (the nine associations that decided on the founding), full members (business women’s associations) and associate members (women’s associations that hold a business component in their program).  [read more]


CIPE: Center for International Private Enterprise strengthens democracy around the globe through private enterprise and market-oriented reform. CIPE is one of the four core institutes of the National Endowment for Democracy.  [read more]


APM: The Association of Patrons and Craftsmen was founded less than a month after 1989 December Revolution, in Cluj-Napoca. At the time, it was the only professional organization in the country, created under the authority of real democratic principles and in line with the demands of the market economy. [read more]


CAT: The Transilvania Business Center comprises 23 founding members, over 1000 observing members and guests – fully privately owned and joint business ventures that provide marketable facilities for products and services. [read more]

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