SEPE - FEDERATION OF HELLENIC ICT ENTERPRISES
  • Administration Section

    Name of Association
    SEPE - FEDERATION OF HELLENIC ICT ENTERPRISES
    Contact Name and Title
    Myriam Vassiliadou, Administration & Advertising Executive
    Contact Phone
    +30 21 0924 9540
    Contact Email
    info@sepe.gr
    Physical Address
    19, Amvrosiou Frantzi Str., 11743 Athens
    Country
    GREECE
    Web Address
  • History and Background

    Year established
    1995
    Brief history
    SEPE, the Federation of Hellenic Information Technology & Communications Enterprises, was founded in February 1995 and is the representative for the digital technology industry, aiming at the development of the Greek economy and society. Approximately 5,300 small, medium, large, local and multinational companies operate in the Information and Communications Technology Industry in Greece, with more than 260,000 employees. The country’s turnover in the digital technology sector in turns represents 8% of the GDP.
    Brief history membership link
    Members
    100-199
    Membership category types
    Regular Member
    Differences between membership categories
    Comments
    Vision
    SEPE’s vision is to transform the Greek digital technology sector into a leading strategic industry that will: Stimulate Greek economy, Encourage investment in research and technology, Enhance digital literacy and at the same time, Apply digital technology to address major social challenges.
    Mission
    SEPE is the sector’s representative for the digital technology industry, aiming at the development of the Greek economy and society. SEPE focuses on the following areas: Information Dissemination, Public Affairs and Lobbying, International Presence. SEPE represents its members at the global digital technology scene, actively participating in many leading international associations; European Digital Technology Association (DIGITALEUROPE), European IT Observatory (EITO), World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) and other bodies of influence.
    Established a foundation or other legal entity
    No
    Details History
    Bylaws
    Yes
    Link of bylaws
    http://www.sepe.gr/gr/SEPE/status-by-law/
    Comments
  • Business Planning

    Annual Business Plan
    Business plan link
  • Management Section

    No. of Directors
    6-10
    BOD elected
    Every 2 years
    BOD
    General Assembly
    Serving term of BOD
    2 years
    Chairman of BOD
    BoD
    Duration of Chairman
    2 years
    How often does the BOD meet?
    Association Committee’s
    Yes
    List the different Committee’s
    e-Government Committee, Digital Economy Committee, Communications Committee
    How often do your Committee’s meet? IE. Annually, Monthly
    Monthly
    Description each Committee’s
    Additional links of Committee’s work
    Committee’s elected
    Elects of Committee’s
    Duration of serving term Committee’s
    Chairman serve on a Committee’s
    Who elects the Chairman of your Committee’s?
    How often do your Committee’s meet?
    Comments
  • Operations Section Secretariat

    Title of your Chief Executive Officer
    Anastasios Tzikas
    Regional offices
    No
    Locations
    Staff members
    6-10
    Titles of each staff member
  • Financial Profile

    Financial Year
    Annual Revenue
    List the main sources of revenue for your association, with one being the highest
    Describe financial challenges in creating future revenue
    In addition to traditional sources of revenue, what alternate sources are you considering? Please give specific examples
    Financial condition of association changing
    Association to deal with these challenges
  • Budget

    Association's estimated annual budget
    Financial Year
  • Accounting

    Association employ an outside certified accounting service
    Yes
    Association employ an outside payroll firm
    No
    Association hire an outside, independent audit firm
    No
    Comments
  • Lessons Learned/Best Practices

    Describe of associations membership recruitment strategies
    Best practices that we are willing to share in event and meeting management
    Advice to new associations
    Advice to existing associations
    Member recruitment strategies effective within our association
    Explain our strategies
    Description of member benefits
    Member services are the most popular
    Challenges/strategies for growing our association
    Comments
  • Open Comment

    Any additional information that you feel would be helpful in establishing, maintaining, and expanding an ICT association.