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ACSEL, the association of digital economy is the French hub of the digital transformation.

Based on an active and multi-sector network of nearly 150 major groups and midcap company, and 1,200 professionals, the Association becomes the reference portal of the digital ecosystem that brings together and animates all businesses, organizations and public authorities engaged in the digital transformation.

ACSEL's mission is to create the conditions for success in the digital transformation of the French economy.



BeCommerce is the Belgian association for companies active in distance selling focusing on e-commerce. With its knowledge center and label certification for e-commerce sites, BeCommerce encourages the further growth of the eCommerce sector and the strenghtening of customer confidence.



Cap Digital is the French business cluster for digital content and services. Cap Digital was created as a result of a public policy for the development of economic sectors with strong growth potential located in the same geographical area. Since 2009, the cluster has been implementing the Paris Region’s strategy for digital content and services and promoting competitiveness within the digital and media industry. Our 900 members are primarily innovative SMEs but also major universities, higher education establishments, research labs, and corporations focused on a specific technology-driven industry (Triple helix cluster). They represent French digital industry’s most active players.



The CMD (Direct Marketing Circle) brings together nearly 400 members and organizes more than 40 events by year in Paris but also in regional delegations in North, East, Rhone-Alps, Mediterranean and Western Atlantic. CMD is the reference network for professionals of direct and digital marketing, a friendly space for meeting, sharing and intelligence at the service of its members. The CMD offers its members many services: conferences, "Networking", awards, collaborative press reviews, e-newsletter, workshops, training tutorials, legal assistance, membership directory ...

Chairman: Florent Argentier

Contact: Magali Rebeyrat, [email protected], tel: +33 (0)1 42 56 38 86



The French Council of Shopping Centres (CNCC) is a French professional organization bringing together the players involved in the promotion and development of shopping centers: developers, owners, managers, retailers, service providers and trade groups.  
In addition to ensuring that the interests of these various components are properly represented, the CNCC seeks to promote dialogue on a policy of consensus. Alongside its successive growths, the CNCC seeks to stimulate and organize the joint thinking and work of its members and to strengthen its audience, especially as regards the public authorities.

Under the aegis of the French Council of Shopping Centres (CNCC), at CNIT, Europe's largest business area, Siec attracts all the Retail Real Estate key players to talk business, negotiate and seal deals concerning shopping centre locations, cutting-edge products and services, groundbreaking retail concepts and towns, cities and areas developing rapidly !



As the leading organisation for shopfitting companies and their partners in Germany, the dlv (Deutscher Ladenbau Verband) is a network linking all the relevant areas of shopfitting. It gathers producers, service providers, the retail sector and joint-venture partners and thus sets the course for modern, professional and price-conscious shop design.


The member companies of the dlv are Shopfitting companies, they plan and design shops, develop, produce and procure shopfittings, manage and install shopfitting projects. Supply companies from the following fields are members as well: Lighting, Building services engineering/ safety technology/ floors/ ceilings, Subcontractors/ pre-suppliers, Sales promotion at the POS and others from the data processing sector, trade fairs and institutions.


As a business organisation, the association represents companies in the capital goods industry. 80% of the TOP 50 shopfitting companies are members of the dlv. The association’s aims are strongly  marketing-oriented and focus directly on the target group of its members, the retail sector.



About the FCA : 

FCA is the French trade association representing Cooperative and associated trade partner networks and that are organised into groups: E. Leclerc, Mousquetaires, U, Intersport, Orpi, Gitem, Euronics, JouéClub Baby 9, Krys, Passion Beauté ... in total 153 stores in 30 trade and service sectors that offer a multitude of opportunities to create or take over a point of sale with the support of a network.

The network of cooperative and associated trade represents 30% of the French retail sector and records every year even higher market performances. In 2014, the network generated a turnover of nearly 143 billion euros. The FCA informs and advises project developers and supports the creation of networks.



Since its creation in 1971, FFF has had one ambition: to make the franchise the best tool for developing modern commerce.  
With some 140 member networks selected on ethical criteria, representing 40% of French franchisees, the FFF is a key interface between government, network designers, entrepreneurs and investors.
The Académie de la Franchise, a continuous training school, provides franchisors, prospective franchisors, franchisees and prospective franchisees with the training and information they need to grow and export themselves.
It dialogues with the public authorities and local elected officials on the essential modernization of trade and shopping services, where the franchise is one of the most powerful vectors.
Through its exchange and research programs, it contributes to the ongoing evolution of the franchise: a strategy now used by over 1350 sales networks in France, i.e.; some 51,000 retail outlets.
The franchise sector in France is experiencing growth rates of around 10% (in terms of the number of new networks and outlets) in the most dynamic sectors (personal services, specialist food). An undeniable success that supports, encourages and nurtures the ambition of the FFF, the spokesman for entrepreneurs who create and develop as franchises.




The French Federation of E-commerce and Distance Selling was created in 1957. Today, it brings together 580 companies and some 800 websites. It is the representative organisation for the e-commerce and distance selling sector. The FEVAD’s principal mission is to collect and disseminate information to improve knowledge of the sector and promote the sustainable and ethical development of distance selling and e-commerce in France.



The Payments & Cards Network is dedicated to the Payments industry. Adding value to clients by offering innovative executive search, recruitment and RPO solutions to international clients. With offices in Cape Town, Hong Kong and Amsterdam, a global outlook and understanding of the payments landscape is in place to offer the best advice and service on the market.



The National Union of direct communication “SNCD”, from data to logistics, is the professional organisation for providers of the suppliers in direct communication and relationship marketing. The Sncd gathers nearly 200 members who are committed to offer their services in respect of ethics and good practice of the profession. These professionals integrate new communication channels and efficient technologies. They offer extensive expertise to all the professions represented. 



The Ecommerce Club is a member-led group dedicated to encouraging and supporting retailers in developing ecommerce expertise. Building collaboration through information sharing, market insight, networking and events, we’re bringing the industry together to develop best practice for an omnichannel future. The Ecommerce Club is the home for retail/e-commerce expertise, providing an environment where members can network, learn and thrive together. Qualifying members can join this peer-to-peer networking community for free. Free membership of the Ecommerce Club is available to digital directors, heads of ecommerce, ecommerce managers, heads of customer journey, UX leads, CMOs, Marketing Directors/managers and other senior roles at retail businesses.



Created in December 2002, the Mobile Marketing Association France's primary mission is to accelerate the transformation and innovation through the Mobile Marketing.

The Mobile Marketing Association France is an association ruled by « loi 1901 » and is the only association dedicated to marketing, advertising and mobile CRM in France. MMA France federates the main players active on the mobile media: mobile marketing agencies, media agencies, suppliers, announcers, research and measurement institutes, mobile operators. The objective of the association is to gather the players of marketing and advertising who want to develop the industry on the mobile media device. The Mobile Marketing Association France defines common position concerning key points for the activity, proposes norms and criteria for a fair use, and gives access to market information, on a European and Global scale.

The Association includes over 100 members and is the reference as professional organization in the market for advertisers, agencies, professional associations.

Its agreement with the Mobile Marketing Association Global makes it an international association. The Mobile Marketing Association is a global organization with over 800 member companies worldwide.



The Union of Advertisers (UDA) is the French representative organization of advertisers, i.e  companies who use different communication techniques to promote their products, their services, their reputation or their image. It has over 5,000 members within its 300 member companies of all sizes, statuses and from all industries.

UDA’s missions are the following:

- To assert the interests and positions of advertisers to their professional counterparts and their economic, social and political environment in France and Europe;

- To allow its members to optimize, in terms of efficiency and cost, their investments in communication;

- To promote responsible communication by developing and implementing fair and ethical practices.

The UDA is directed by Loïc Armand (L’Oréal France’s Chairman) and Pierre-Jean Bozo is the Managing Director.