Where the people, policies and insights of innovation come together.

Our Mission

The mission of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® is to help innovators of all sizes grow their business. Technology is about changing people's lives for the better. It's about ideas, large and small, that keep us connected, that help us move and that spark even bigger ideas.

Join our community of innovators to shape the future of technology. 

Update on CTA Events

With the coronavirus outbreak expanding, we are canceling all or part of several near-term 2020 events. Full details can be found here.

Our new member resource page also offers insights and best practices, links to government resources and the latest research.

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Member Companies and Counting

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Research Reports Free to Members

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Divisions, Councils and Working Groups

CTA is where technology companies connect, collaborate and contribute.

We believe that every company — from big, multinational companies to startups — has a voice in shaping our vibrant industry. Join CTA and more than 2,000 member companies, and together we’ll face the most pressing issues affecting your business.

Together we shape our vibrant, evolving industry.


Driving Growth with Insights

CTA industry experts help you predict market conditions and plan for the future. With access to more than 500 reports and 30 consumer studies each year, you'll have timely and reliable insights into the latest trends in technology.

Featured Research

Weekly CTA Tech Use and Purchase Tracker: COVID-19 Impact
Weekly CTA Tech Use and Purchase Tracker: COVID-19 Impact
COVID-19 Impact Study: Use of Technology at Home
COVID-19 Impact Study: Use of Technology at Home
Coronavirus Member Impact Study
Coronavirus Member Impact Study

Advocating for Innovation

Let's face the most pressing issues — together. Through policy work on Capitol Hill, we protect the innovation economy from laws and regulations that delay, restrict or ban the development of technologies.

Setting Industry Standards

With more than 70 committees, subcommittees and working groups and roughly 1,100 participants, the CTA Technology and Standards program maintains an unmatched reputation as a credible and flexible standards-making body accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).