Become a supporting member

If you share our goals, are interested in our activities and wish to show support to our work, you can join our network as an individual Supporting Member. This membership package offers networking opportunities and access to information and updates on standardisation developments. Supporting Members do not pay membership fees.


Our Membership Officer will be happy to answer any questions concerning our membership packages (in English, French, German and Italian). Get in touch with Pia Cencig at


Supporting Membership Package - what's in it?

   INFORMATION UPDATES FROM THE HEART OF EUROPE   ECOS Secretariat will update members on developments in European and international standardisation on a regular basis via the monthly Newsletter, direct mailings, social media and website, including a Members Area.

  TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES   Invitation to ECOS annual standardisation training.

EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO MEMBERS AREA ON ECOS WEBSITE & PREFERENTIAL ACCESS TO OUR FREE WEBINARS   A Virtual Library of resources and tools supporting work in standardisation & webinars organised in line with Member's needs and possibly in cooperation with them.

  VISIBILITY OPPORTUNITIES   Promoting Members’ activities through various channels: our monthly Newsletter, dedicated news items on our website, social media.

POTENTIAL PARTNERSHIPS & PROFESSIONAL NETWORK   Identify potential project partners and form alliances through exculsive access to an international network of experts and stakeholders in standardisation and product policy. ECOS can also help members establish relationships with their National Standards Body or other civil society stakeholders.

Can I become a member of ECOS?

Individuals can become a supporting member if they share ECOS goals, are interested in our activities and wish to express support to our network.

How do I apply?

Please contact our Membership Officer if you would like to join ECOS as a Supporting Member.
Pia Cencig

Is there a membership fee?

No, this membership package is free of charge.

ECOS is co-funded by the European Commission and EFTA

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