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Early Stage Venture Capital Alliance (ESVCA)
Offices: Redwood City, California
ESVCA is a community of more than 150 early stage venture capitalists who gather together to share common challenges, practices and information on their ever-evolving business environment. Founded over 10 years ago, ESVCA has been unique from its inception. While the venture community had plenty of CEO Forums and conferences, none existed for early stage venture capitalists. The original idea of ESVCA was to create an exclusive atmosphere where managing partners of early stage VC's could exchange candid observations and information on the most sensitive topics facing the industry.
East Bay IT Group (eBig)
Offices: Brentwood, California
The East Bay IT Group is a leading technology forum. Connected to the best and brightest developers, entrepreneurs, and start-ups in the San Francisco East Bay, with strong ties to industry experts, major technology corporations, and local municipalities, eBig is the East Bay's premier resource for information, education, and personal networking for people seeking connections and technology resources.
Eastern Rural Telecom Association (ERTA)
Offices: Madison, Wisconsin
ERTA will provide expertise to the member companies through dissemination of pertinent Technological information as well as seminars and special activities as required, in all matters concerning loans, special project requirements, and financing in general. ERTA develops engineering courses and arranges for them to be presented to company representatives. Also, if requested, ERTA coordinates the Association's education activities with other educational programs and institutions.
Eastern Technology Council
Offices: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Eastern Technology Council helps its member companies make contact with each other. Through participation in Council events, their members have the opportunity to develop solid, profitable relationships with each other and with area leaders. The Eastern Technology Council serves leaders of technology-oriented companies by providing valuable contacts, capital, and information with a broad variety of events, publications, and innovative services.
EDA Consortium
Offices: San Jose, California
The EDA Consortium represents 100 companies in the $4 billion Electronic Design Automation (EDA) industry. Unlike other high tech industry categories, the EDA industry has been extremely stable, and only experienced one year of minor decline (4% in 2002), which was the first in its 18-year history. In addition, their last industry tracking reports show that EDA industry revenue was up 3% for 2003. EDA employs over 20,000 people and more than 500,000 people use its tools and services.

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Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce
Offices: Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce is a modern member-led organization with around 1,500 current members, and 55 staff operating in several locations in and around Edinburgh. Their aim is to provide the best professional advice and support in Edinburgh and the Lothians to businesses at all stages of development from start up to maturity. The Chamber runs various Government training programs including Modern Apprenticeships built around Vocational Qualifications (VQs) and employability contracts.
Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Associations (ECA)
Offices: Arlington, Virginia
The Electronic Components, Assemblies & Materials Association represents the electronics industry sector comprised of manufacturers and suppliers of passive and active electronic components, component arrays and assemblies, and commercial and industrial electronic equipment and supplies. ECA provides companies with a dynamic link into a network of programs and activities offering business and technical information; market research, trends and analysis; access to industry and government leaders; technical and educational training; and more.
Electronic Industry Alliance (EIA)
Offices: Arlington, Virginia
The Electronic Industries Alliance is a national trade organization that includes the full spectrum of US manufacturers. The Alliance is a partnership of electronic and high-tech associations and companies whose mission is promoting the market development and competitiveness of the US high-tech industry through domestic and international policy efforts.
Electronic Retailing Association (ERA)
Offices: Arlington, Virginia
Electronic Retailing Association is the trade association for companies who use the power of electronics to sell goods and services to the public. The purpose of ERA is to foster the growth, development and acceptance of the rapidly growing electronic retailing industry worldwide.
Electronics Representatives Association (ERA)
Offices: Chicago , Illinois
The Electronics Representatives Association is the trade organization for professional field sales companies in the electronics industries. ERA is devoted to promoting, protecting and improving the professional field sales function. ERA member firms (often called manufacturers' reps or reps) provide outsourced field sales on an exclusive basis to manufacturers of related (but non-competing) products in a defined territory.