Leaders from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) joined several partner associations last week in Kyoto, Japan, at the Fourth Annual Japan/US/EU Trilateral IT-Electronics Associations Meeting to address key issues affecting the global consumer technology industry. At last week’s meetings, CEA worked together with the Information and Technology Industry Council (ITIC), the European Information and Communications Technology Industry Association (EICTA), and the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) to advance global CE industry issues.
“The annual trilateral meeting with our international counterparts is critical to reaching a global consensus regarding policy issues that impact the growth of our industry,” said Elizabeth Hyman, vice president, International, CEA. “CEA’s members look to our association to expand the international scope of our industry. The trilateral meeting enables us to continue an open dialogue with our European and Japanese colleagues, and allows CEA to address key issues, including environmental and trade policy, that affect our industry on a global level.”
to Daily News