Organizers of AEES

China Electronic Appliance Corporation (CEAC)

Officially established in 1964, China Electronic Appliance Corporation (CEAC) is a subordinate body of China Electronics Corporation Group (CEC), ranking as one of the three largest trading enterprises in the electronic industry in China. It has 13 subsidiary companies and 15 holding companies or companies with investment, which jointly create an extensive nationwide service network. CEAC is mainly engaged in the business of electronic components distribution, telecommunication business, import and export trade, and exhibition services. It establishes an efficient supporting system for logistics, public bidding, consultation, magazine publication and real estate property management.
Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC)

Hong Kong TDC is the global marketing arm and public service hub for Hong Kong-based manufacturers, traders and service exporters. Its missions are to create and facilitate opportunities in international trade for Hong Kong companies, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SME), and to promote a positive image of Hong Kong. Its objectives include to develop and diversify markets for Hong Kong companies, to promote Hong Kong's products and services in world markets, to promote Hong Kong's leading role as an international business hub for services and information, to enhance Hong Kong's position as the pre-eminent international business city of China and to enhance Hong Kong's standing as a partner and platform for global business and supporter of free trade.
Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA)

The objective of the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) is to promote the healthy manufacturing, international trade and consumption of electronics products and components in order to contribute to the overall development of the electronics and information technology (IT) industries, and thereby further Japan's economic development and cultural prosperity.
The world is now connected via the Internet, and electronics technologies and IT have become widespread everywhere. With the evolution of electronics and progress of IT, technologies in information, communications, imaging and audio are converging to create new systems and products, which are bringing enormous changes that go beyond conventional frameworks, not only in our economic society, but also in our lives and culture.
JEITA's mission is to foster a digital network society for the 21st century, in which IT advancement brings fulfillment and a higher quality of life to everyone.
Korea Electronics Association (KEA)

Korea Electronics Association serves as the representative institution of the electronics industry in Korea and takes on an extensive range of international functions, including technical support, information exchange, business cooperation with foreign corresponding institutions/commercial organizations. It makes industrial policies in Korea, encourages the development of technology, and helps Korean enterprises to create more demand, to reduce cost and to improve impor t. There are 450 members at KEA including large-scale as well as small and medium-sized enterprises whose business scope covers a wide range of information/communication products, semiconductors, electronic components, measurement instruments, consumption electronic products, and medical electronic apparatus. The main activities of KEA include proposing industrial policies, supporting domestic and foreign markets, aiming at improving the competitive power of enterprises through international business cooperation and trade support.
Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA)

Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA) was founded on 24 October 1948; it was originally known as Electrical Material Manufacturers' Association and was composed of over 50 small-sized factories producing heavy electric machinery, motors, switches, plugs and lighting products. Since its original name doesn't cover today's high-tech industry, it was renamed Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association in 1994.
The range of products manufactured by TEEMA members includes 16 categories of computers and peripherical equipments, communication products, semiconductors, photoelectric products, heavy electric machinery, AC systems, household electric appliances, measurement instruments and equipments, finished electronic products, power supply equipments, lighting products, wiring equipments, electric parts and components, batteries, information application software and network industry.
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