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Illinois Renewable Energy Association (IREA)
Offices: Oregon, Illinois
The Illinois Renewable Energy Association supports sustainable energy development in Illinois. The IREA provides hands-on opportunities for the Illinois public to learn about the benefits, potentials, and uses of renewable energy and energy-efficiency for our homes and businesses. Their mission is to be a network for sharing ideas, resources and information with individuals, businesses, and communities to promote a resilient future through renewable energy, energy efficiency, and earth friendly technology.
Illinois Retail Merchants Association (IRMA)
Offices: Chicago, Illinois
The Illinois Retail Merchants Association is one of the largest state retail organizations in the United States. IRMA serves as the voice of retailing and the business community in state government. IRMA's government relations efforts have resulted in both the passage and defeat of significant bills of major bottom line impact on retail stores. From the nation's largest retailers to independent businesses in every corner of the State, merchants can count on IRMA to fight for the best possible environment in which to do business in Illinois.
Illinois Technology Executive Exchange (ITEEx)
Offices: Chicago, Illinois
Information Technology Executive Exchange (ITEEx) is an executive membership organization serving the IT Executive leadership. ITEEx’s focus is building a powerful consortium of IT leaders, who will leverage each other’s networks, best practices, and general wisdom to advance their organizations and most importantly, their careers. ITEEx accomplishes this task primarily through the development of communities of IT Executives called special interest groups (SIG).
Illinois Telecommunications Association (ITA)
Offices: Springfield, Illinois
The telecommunications industry is booming. New entrants. New regulations. New laws. New technology. It's difficult to stay abreast and still voice your opinions to key individuals - like legislators, regulators and even other managers with the industry. The mission of the Illinois Telecommunications Association is to create a forum for its members to identify and to examine issues of importance; to foster collaboration among its members; and to present on behalf of the telecommunications industry a unified position on matters of importance before the regulatory and legislative bodies of Illinois.
Illinois Venture Capital Association (IVCA)
Offices: Chicago, Illinois
Founded in May 2000, the Illinois Venture Capital Association is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to creating a community for professionals engaged in non-public investing in private companies. Their membership consists of firms engaged in all stages of private equity investing from early stage through buyout stage. IVCA fosters the development and growth of business enterprise, which will enhance the vitality of Illinois' venture capital/private equity community.
Illinois Wind Energy Association (IWEA)
Offices: Oregon, Illinois
The Illinois Wind Energy Association was founded in early 2007 to represent the needs of the growing wind energy industry in Illinois. Until mid-2009, they operated as "Wind for Illinois." They changed their name to best-reflect their core mission and goals as the only trade association for the wind energy industry in Illinois. IWEA is not a "chapter" of the American Wind Energy Association, but their work complements the efforts of AWEA, and they work closely together on policy, public outreach and other issues.
Independent Film & Television Alliance (IFTA)
Offices: Los Angeles, California
The Independent Film & Television Alliance was established in 1980 as the American Film Marketing Association (AFMA). Its first members were a group of distributors and sales agents whose main goal was to expand the independent film business by creating a world-class trade show, the American Film Market (AFM). Today, the association has evolved into the trade association for the independent film and television industry worldwide, while the AFM concurrently has become the largest international film market in the world.