Step 1: Current strength of the EO

Total Number of Enterprise members Total Number of Enterprise members by percentage breakdown , including a breakdown of the percentage of women-owned and male-owned enterprise members Total membership as approximate percentage of national GDP Total membership as approximate percentage of private sector employment Total Number of sectoral association members (list associations)







Direct enterprise members only

Associations members only

Mixed association and enterprise members




Percentage of SMEs in the membership, with a breakdown of the percentage owned by women and by men SME members predominantly from any  particular sectors List any  particular services tailored to SMEs, including any services specifically targeted to women-owned SMEs Does the EO have a particular department or section devoted to servicing SME members Does the EO have an SME outreach strategy? (and does this include reaching out to women-owned SMEs)






In last 24 months membership increasing (provide % estimate)

In last 24 months membership decreasing (provide % estimate)

EO revenue from members in this sector (provide % estimate)

Growth in sector output in least 24 months

Basic metal production





Chemical industries





Mechanical and electrical engineering





Mining (coal; other mining)





Oil and gas production; oil refining





Textiles; clothing; leather; footwear





Transport equipment manufacturing





Agriculture; plantations; other rural sectors










Food; drink; tobacco





Forestry; wood; pulp and paper















Financial services; professional services





Health services





Hotels; tourism; catering





Media; culture; graphic design





Postal and other communication services





Public service





Transport (including civil aviation; railways; road transport)





Utilities (water; gas; electricity)





Shipping; ports; fisheries; inland waterways





Other (specify)






List all public-private committees and bodies that the EO is represented on

This would include...

  • Economic and social councils
  • Competitiveness councils
  • Skills bodies
  • Curricula development councils
  • Industrial tribunals & associated bodies
  • Labour courts
  • Business- Education linkages
  • Public employment services
  • Social security bodies
  • Pension bodies
List all other national representative organizations of business, including any national representative organizations of businesswomen/ women entrepreneurs, and briefly outline EO's relationship with each

This would include...

  • Overlapping membership of each other's organizations
  • Recent examples of collaboration/conflict

(1) Define the sectors applicable to your country and/or organization – this list was devised by the ILO sectoral activities department.