Created 20 years ago, the European Business Summit has gone from strength to strength becoming a prestigious 2-day event, attended by high-level participants from Europe and beyond.


The European Business Summits is a renowned organisation that creates and supports networking and debating events in Brussels, including its biggest and most prestigious event – the annual European Business Summit. Our main goal is to bring business and politics together and to stimulate thinking on the most challenging European issues. Through its events and publications, EBS delivers an inspired and informed contribution to policy-making in Europe. EBS is proud to acknowledge the High Patronage of His Majesty the King of the Belgians, as well as the Patronage of Mrs Ursula Von der Leyen,  President of the European Commission, and the Patronage of Mrs Sophie Wilmès, Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Affairs and Foreign Trade.



Our mission is twofold: we aim to bring politics and business together to provide them with an opportunity to debate and pursue their common goals, by giving a voice to both sides, and to provide the European institutions with a platform to highlight their top priorities and accelerate the development of new pieces of legislation through discussions with a variety of European actors and stakeholders.


The annual European Business Summit is one of the most far-reaching and influential debating and networking platforms in Europe, held annually at the Egmont Palace, Brussels. This event attracts over 2,000 participants and 250 high-level speakers. The European Business Summit gives business representatives the opportunity to engage in a dialogue with key EU decision-makers and to demonstrate that business can play a key role in the development of solutions to the most pressing issues in Europe.

EBS 2022

This year, the European Business Summit will highlight the ways to accelerate the European response to the geopolitical challenges as well as improve Europe’s efficiency in the fields of energy, transport, digitalisation, and performances of supply chains. Strengthening Europe’s geopolitical role in a complex and changing world is key to understand the implications it is likely to have on security and trade globally.