The aim or object of the Association is to defend the material and moral interests of retailers, businesses and all those involved in the economic activity of the Jean Monnet district (rue Archimède, rue Stevin, rue Franklin, Bd Charlemagne).
Board members :
Nicole De Jacquière (president) – Luca Forte (treasurer) – Anne Valckenaers – Roger Lefrancq – Rosana Forte – Alex Kehagias – Santiago Caceres Plata
David Rasson is the auditor of the ACCJM.
Jean-Pierre Brouhon is in charge of the daily management of the association.
It cannot be repeated often enough, but the European quarter, known as the ACCJM, is one of those in Brussels with the largest number of restaurants and establishments which, under the name of pubs, taverns or cafés, give it a great cosmopolitan look and an atmosphere of real fellowship. Accents as multiple as they are varied make it possible to realise why the ACCJM district is indeed the cradle of Europe in Brussels. This video, directed by François Pirotte, should not only make your mouth water but also allow you to make some very happy discoveries.
The ACCJM perimeter rue Archimède, Bld Charlemagne, the first 2 sections of rue Franklin and the section of la rue Stevin between l’avenue de Cortenberg and rue du Taciturne) is, in terms of economic activity, made up of various very distinct brands. There is the Horeca sector (hotels, restaurants, pubs, taverns and snack bars), the shopping sector which includes food shops, chocolate shops, shops selling so-called niche products and gifts and, last but not least, the third sector which covers everything to do with well-being and services. In this video directed by François Pirotte you will find several of the brands that belong to these different sectors.