The Consumer Electronics Association has bought a stake in Global Inventures Inc.

Par pallas :: 01/12/2010 à 3:14
The Arlington-based association, which promotes growth in the $172 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry, took a minority ownership in the ecosystem developer to increase its work with emerging technologies for networked consumer electronics and devices.


CEA is not publicly disclosing the size of the stake.


Inventures will continue to operate as a separate, privately-held corporation and maintain its San Ramon, Calif. headquarters location while offering its clients the resources of CEA for their east coast business needs.


Inventures clients will also have access to CEA’s industry events and trade shows that help market and launch new technologies. CEA’s 2,000 company members will get insight into how Inventures develops technology ecosystems focused on delivering standardized products and solutions to the market. Inventures also manages industry alliances across the high tech, clean/green energy and health care markets.


The companies expect to create and announce joint programs and services during the next year.

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