DIGITALEUROPE represents the digital technology industry in Europe. Our members include some of the world's largest IT, telecoms and consumer electronics companies and national associations from every part of Europe. DIGITALEUROPE wants a European Union that nurtures and supports digital technology industries, and that prospers from the jobs we provide, the innovation and economic benefits we deliver and the societal challenges we address.

Our mission is to foster, on behalf of our members, a business, policy and regulatory environment in Europe that best realises our vision. We will achieve this by working as positive partners with the European Institutions and other European and global bodies and, through our national trade associations, the member states of Europe.

DIGITALEUROPE’s members include 59 corporate members and 35 national trade associations from across Europe.

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Executive board

DIGITALEUROPE is governed by an Executive Board composed of 20 individuals including a President and Vice-President elected by the General Assembly. Ten representatives are from corporate members and 10 from national trade associations.

The Executive Board has the power to set future priorities, adopt pro-active plans and final positions by co-coordinating the work of policy groups and working groups. They prepare and file for acceptance by the General Assembly the annual budget and accounts.

DIGITALEUROPE Executive board members


The day to day management of DIGITALEUROPE is undertaken by a team of professionals based in Brussels. The Secretariat is directed by the Director-General.

DIGITALEUROPE staff members

Working groups

DIGITALEUROPE is engaged in many policy areas touching upon a multitude of industry interests including environment, trade, technical and regulatory and the digital economy. Full details of each can be found in the relevant section on this page.

More information on our Working groups

General assembly

The General Assembly is composed of all members; national trade associations and companies. It meets at least once a year.

The General Assembly approves the Executive Board's proposals for policies; ratifies annual budgets and financial accounts and elect the members of the Executive Board, the President and Vice President.


DIGITALEUROPE is governed by a set of rules set forth in its Statutes and By-laws. Please click on the links below to find out about our governing rules: