PublishedJune 12, 2018

New Members: CCIA Europe Welcomes Samsung Electronics and Zebra Technologies

Brussels, BELGIUM  — Zebra Technologies is the latest company to join the Computer & Communications Industry Association. Zebra Technologies manufactures and sells innovative mobile computing solutions to businesses.

Longtime member CCIA member Samsung Electronics has expanded to global membership. Samsung is a multinational electronics company known worldwide for its popular consumer electronics, home appliances, semiconductors and much more.

CCIA is an international nonprofit tech trade association that advocates for innovation and competitive conditions for the tech industry. CCIA opened its Washington office in 1972 and its four person Brussels office in 2009.

The following can be attributed to CCIA President & CEO Ed Black:

“We are glad Zebra Technologies has chosen CCIA to advocate for policies that will help them innovate and bring their business solutions to a broader, global market and that Samsung expanded its support for CCIA’s global outreach. This highlights the value of the tremendous team CCIA has in Brussels and the voice they give the tech industry in Europe.”

The following can be attributed to CCIA Europe Vice President Christian Borggreen:

“We are delighted to welcome Zebra Technologies and Samsung Electronics to CCIA’s growing membership. We are honoured that these prominent companies have chosen CCIA to support innovation, competition and trade worldwide.”

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