Supported by:

China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Electronics & Information Industry Sub-council

TEEMA was founded on 24 October 1948. Today it serves as an intermediary between the government and businessmen. The Association helps to exchange information, expand the market, improve technology and carry out operational management. It consists of 300 members whose output volume costs the half of gross industrial output. Export of electronic products is half of Taiwan’s export of all goods. One can say that this industry is one of the leading industries in Taiwan.

International Telecommunication Academy (ITA)

The Russian Software Products Association “Russian Software”
The Russian Software Products Association “Russian Software” (RSPA). RSPA is the largest Russian association of software producers. We connect the players of IT to work together on key issues of the industry. The Association was established in 2009 by Russian software developers. Currently 173 companies are members of the Association. RSPA is a reliable networking platform. It creates positive interaction between its members, authorities and public. We make a significant contribution to the development of the Russian IT industry.