Entries by alessandro

What is next after EU Elections?

Last weekend, Europeans in 27 Member States have cast their votes in elections that will shake up Brussels policy arena for the next five years. The outcome of this elections, together with challenges ahead, will certainly impact the European Union and beyond. The European People’s Party (EPP) obtained a sound victory with 186 Members in […]

The Voice of the EU Cleaning Industry at Interclean, Amsterdam: Presenting EFCI and the European Context

Amsterdam, May 2024 – EFCI was present at Interclean Amsterdam, one of the premier exhibitions in the cleaning sector. This important event brought together industry leaders to discuss new trends, recent technological innovations, and policy issues critical to the sector’s development. Our participation in Interclean Amsterdam 2024 underscored our commitment to advancing the cleaning sector […]

Interview with Lorenzo Mattioli – looking at EFCI’s Manifesto

Question 1: Mr. Mattioli, could you elaborate on the significance of actively advocating for the representation of the labor-intensive services industry at the EU level, and why it’s crucial for policymakers to understand its unique challenges and contributions? Mattioli:. Advocating for representation of the labor-intensive services industry at the EU level is paramount due to […]

The European cleaning industry presents its Manifesto for the next EU institutional cycle in Brussels

Brussels – on March 6th EFCI, the European federation representing the cleaning and facility management industry organized an event to present its Manifesto ahead of the European elections of next June. More than 50guests, including policymakers, representatives of the business community and social partner organizations gathered in Brussels to participate in a presentation of this […]

EFCI at the meeting of the ELA’s Platform on Undeclared Work in Bratislava

Last 28 and 29 November EFCI ‘s President Mattioli attended the biannual meeting of the Platform on Undeclared Work organized by ELA, the European Labour Authority based in Bratislava. EFCI is an observer Member of the platform, which gathers delegates from Member States’ labour authorities and inspectorates as well as representatives of national and EU […]