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European profiling and Interactive Profiling Tool

 

European Business Profiling

Course Leader

Biliana BRANSKA LATEVA

Target Group

Business profilers of the NSIs

Entry Qualifications

  • Sound command of English. Participants should be able to make short interventions and to actively participate in discussions

Objective(s)

  • Master the method of European business profiling
  • Master the use of the Interactive profiling tool (IPT).

Contents

  • European profiling programme and its links to user needs
  • European Profiling methodology: a top down approach, units and process
  • The group perimeter: the concept of control, special cases
  • Delineating the global enterprises
  • A collaborative process between NSIs, roles and responsibilities
  • Communication with MNEs
  • The interactive profiling tool
  • IPT: Hands-on training
  • IPT: Hands-on practical exercise

Expected Outcome

By the end of the course, the trainees will be able to master the method of European business profiling, and to use the Interactive profiling tool.

Training Methods

Example (please insert what applies to your course):

  • Presentations, lectures and use cases
  • Exchange of views/experiences on national practices
  • Discussion groups
  • Practical training
  • Exercises
 

Required Reading

  • WIKI European profiling

Suggested Reading

  • European business profiling recommendations manual
  • IPT guideline

Required Preparation

Some knowledge about statistical units, statistical business registers and EuroGroups Register is necessary.

Experience on business profiling would be useful, but not essential.

Trainer(s)/
Lecturer(s)

Eurostat Unit G1

Practical Information

When

Duration

Where

Organiser

Application  via National Contact Point

22-23.04.2021

2 days

ONLINE

Eurostat

Deadline: 24.02.2021