B&S Europe is a consulting firm based in Brussels since 1991 that aims to provide technical assistance services to companies, public organizations and institutions, particularly within the scope of programmes and projects financed by international or bilateral bodies. With twenty years of experience, we are proud to provide capacity-building services in a range of technical areas including:

  • Rule of Law;
  • Democracy and Governance;
  • European Integration;
  • Regional Development and Structural Funds;
  • Economic Development;
  • Employment and Social Affairs;
  • Human Resources Management;
  • Communication & Awareness;
  • Sustainable Development.

Development through Understanding is our general philosophy that underpins our work around the globe. At B&S Europe, we firmly believe that only through respecting local cultures and ways of life can we create sustainable solutions to the multi-faceted challenges faced by developing countries. Rather than dictating solutions from the outside, B&S advocates and provides consultancy services that incorporate a comprehensive understanding of local culture as well as political context and engage in knowledge-transfer practices. We share this philosophy with our clients and our ever-growing network of experts.

  • In the last week of March, the ACP department of B&S Europe delivered the final report for the ambitious Gabon Global Value Chain development project, commissioned by the Islamic Development Bank.

  • A seminar on Competition Enforcement in Insurance Sector was organized in Tbilisi today, in the framework of the EU funded technical assistance project “Support to the Georgian Competition Agency,” implemented by B&S Europe consortium. 

    The objective of the seminar was to discuss specific issues relate to co-insurance, insurance pools and tying practices with officials from Competition Agency of Georgia, representatives of Georgian insurance companies, insurance associations, Insurance State Supervision Service. 

  • Today in Kingston (Jamaica), Commissioner Mimica is co-hosting with Hon. Kamina Johnson Smith, Jamaican MFA, a high level meeting to exchange views on the content and the structure of the future Caribbean-EU partnership foreseen by the agreed framework of the Post-Cotonou Agreement.

  • ICT Capacity building plays a central role on economic development of governments. Through the implementation of the Technical Assistance to the EU-SUFEGOR (Support to Federal Governance Reform) Programme, we launched, last week, a 7-day training on ICT Capacity Building in joint collaboration with the Nigerian Ministry of Information and Culture. 

  • Specialists in the Health Sector in Developing countries met in Brussels  on April 1st, to discuss policy solutions to promote sustainable employment. The workshop, titled “Working on a Healthier Future”, aimed to assess the situation, identify key challenges and develop policy solutions to promote sustainable employment in this sector in developing countries.