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Interested in joining the WBF?

You might wonder why your organization should join our initiative.

By becoming an active participant of the WBF, your organization automatically gains benefits such as:

  • Becoming an eligible member of the Steering Committee or as a coordinator of one of the Working Groups
  • Getting international media exposure for your organization
  • Direct involvement in a global change process (the message of the WBF conveys the views of multiple stakeholders and it is heard by policy makers)
  • Showing your commitment towards the WBF’s ultimate goal: a more sustainable banana industry
  • Access to the WBF contacts database
  • Access to the WBF materials (information and technical guides)

Join us today and be part of the change!

How to join?

Becoming a participant of the WBF is very easy and quick. You just need to send us an e-mail to the WBF Secretariat. We will get back to you very soon.

Fee structure

Fee structure

Period: January to December

Category

Annual fee (USD)

Discounted fee for early payment*

Very large companies

24,150

20,130

Large companies

16,100

13,420

Medium companies

10,730

8,950

Small companies

5,370

4,470

Trade associations (from LDC)

1,340

1,120

Civil Society Organizations (big from DC)

1,010

840

Very small companies, Small producers (DC), Research/Development institutes (DC)

670

560

Civil Society Organizations (small from DC), Research/Development institutes (LDC)

340

280

Civil Society Organizations (from LDC), Small producers (LDC)

70

60

(*) The discounted fee applies if the annual fee is paid to the WBF before 30 April of the current year. For payments after this date the regular annual fee applies.


Legend:

  • DC = developed countries
  • LDC = developing countries

Criteria (US$ million):

  • Very large companies: More than 20,000 of total annual turnover
  • Large companies: Annual turnover between 2,000 and 20,000
  • Medium companies: Annual turnover between 200 and 2,000
  • Small companies: Annual turnover between 2 and 200
  • Very small companies: Annual turnover less than 2

Civil Society Organizations from developed countries:

  • Big: 10 employees and over
  • Small: less than 10 employees