CTA members just like you determine tech standards, shape the industry’s stance on policy issues, and work together to create a world that is better because of technology.
We move technology forward — together.
Engage with CTA’s community of innovators and get:
The chance to meet and work with your peers in other member companies.
Cutting-edge consumer tech research that informs your decisions and propels growth all year long.
A voice that defends your business from harmful legislation.
A chance to collaborate with your peers to shape standards and policies that affect the innovation economy.
CES discounts and access to member areas, and invitations to a host of other valuable events throughout the year.
And every single employee of your company is a member and is entitled to all the benefits of CTA.
CTO and Co-Founder, A&K Robotics
A&K Robotics joined CTA as a Startup Member in 2019, and they design and make robots that function in industries like education, retail, airports, and healthcare. We spoke with CTO and Co-Founder Anson Kung about his experience as a new member, he highlights the networking and business deals the company has closed since joining CTA.
Senior Manager of Product Standards, Toshiba
A loyal CTA member for more than 30 years, Toshiba produces multiple solutions for a myriad of industries including enterprise, industrial, power and energy, and retail, to name a few. Senior Manager of Product Standards Daniel Young talked to us about the most important benefits that cause Toshiba to renew their CTA membership year after year.
Founder and CEO, ROYBI
ROYBI makes robots that teach literacy skills to children ages three and up. From CES to mentorship to participation in standards committees, ROYBI Founder and CEO Elnaz Sarraf has found CTA membership to be invaluable for her business.
Director of Biometrics, Valencell
Eight-year CTA member Valencell develops the biometric sensors that power wearable devices. Chris Eschbach, Director of Biometrics, told us that “there’s never been a time when it wasn’t worth being at a meeting and participating with CTA.”