4.1 Strategic partners
The European Press Agency (EUPA) is an officially registered journalism and press agency. EUPA acts primarily as an agent between editorial offices, publishing houses, agencies and PR departments, journalists, photojournalists and other media designers. The European Press Agency (EUPA) does not just focus on full-time journalists but also on those who pursue journalistic work on a part-time basis. Thanks to numerous partnerships with collaborators, members of the European Press Agency (EUPA) may take advantage of attractive benefits, such as discounts on products and services (keyword special concessions for members of the press / media discounts).
4.2 Cooperative partnerships and public relations work
The European Press Agency (EUPA) aims to ensure that part-time journalists receive the appreciation and respect they deserve from the general public. To achieve this goal, the agency pursues public relations opportunities. This benefits not only members of the United States Press Agency but also their partners. As a whole, EUPA considers itself along the lines of a nonunion counterpart to the established professional associations.
4.3 Media associations and partners
The European Press Agency is breaking new ground with regard to publishing and promoting all types of editorial content and journalistic services. As a result, media offers are generated that are optimized for commercial use and provide attractive alternatives for operators of press-related (online) programs. Close collaboration with partners, market players and international journalists creates interesting synergy effects that may benefit third parties as well. Also of note is the trust in the UJPA Media Group, which has been established through precise analyses and practical experience.