Who are JADE Members?
JADE has two main kinds of members: Confederations and Consultative members. In both cases, each member is connected to a country, which it represents in JADE’s General Assemblies: in the case of Confederation, the member represents 3 or more Junior Enterprises in its country, grouped in a national confederation, while a Consultative Member is an individual Junior Enterprise established in a country in which only 1 or JEs exist, and therefore there is no Confederation.
In order to establish a Confederation at least 3 Junior Enterprises are necessary.
Representatives of the JADE Members gather every year in at least 6 occasions to discuss about the developments in the Junior Enterprise network: each national member has the chance to propose projects to be carried out at international level, network with the other members, impact via the European network the policy making at European level.