Bouygues Europe also takes part in a number of think tanks that put forward ideas and proposals for European policy:
Founded in 1991, this think tank is focused on European social, economic, and political issues. Structured around theme-based working groups, it cooperates with 45 major companies and banks, Europe-wide and Member State social partners, many different non-profit organisations and research centres, MEPs, and with several Directorates-General of the European Commission.
EIF (European Internet Foundation)
This not-for-profit organisation was founded in 2000 by three MEPs. Its aim is to promote public policies that are in line with the development of the information society, and communication technologies. Its members are MEPs and companies operating in the sector.
CDPF (Cercle des Délégués Permanents Français)
CDPF (French Permanent Delegates Circle) is an organisation created by ACFCI and Medef in 1994. The CDPF brings together all the French organisations represented in Brussels, such as companies, professional organisations, public authorities, etc. It organises forums to exchange on issues relating to the European institutions. By maintaining close cooperation with the Permanent Representation of France to the European Union, this organisation acts to improve the visibility of French interests in Brussels.