Eurotreaties.com is part of the British Management Data Foundation and has been set up to bring together the basic information on the European Treaties.
The British Management Data Foundation (BMDF) was formed in 1979. It is an independent body supported by a wide range of major British Companies and is concerned with matters affecting the global competitiveness of its member companies to whom it gives independent advice and data.
The aim of all BMDF activities is to achieve a better understanding of current core issues so as to enable companies and organisations concerned to make more informed decisions.
The Foundation is non-profit-making and limited by guarantee. Funding is primarily by members' subscriptions.
The British Management Data Foundation stems from a joint study project by several major British companies in the Sixties. The co-operation, which included the setting up of joint teams to carry out studies in various plants of the participating companies, proved very successful and played the way for the formation of the British Work Measurement Foundation in 1970.
Discussions between member companies began to cover broader aspects of productivity and company competitiveness and in order to recognise what was by this time an established wider role, the Foundation was formally reconstituted in 1979 as the British Management Data Foundation.
Membership was, and still is, restricted to a limited number of British companies in order to keep a responsive, informal and mutually supportive atmosphere and to enable projects to be progressed quickly and effectively.
This gives a brief summary who we are. If you wish to know more about us, click on the blue BMDF logo on the right.
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This page was last updated on 2 January 2010
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