Trade Associations

Organisation Description  
Tank Storage Association (TSA) Trade
Tapestry Frame Manufacturers' Association (TFMA) Trade
Tax Incentive Savings Association (TISA) Trade
techUK () techUK represents the companies and technologies that are defining today the world that we will live in tomorrow. More than 850 companies are members of techUK. Collectively they employ more than 500,000 people, about half of all tech sector jobs in the UK. These companies range from leading FTSE 100 companies to new innovative start-ups. The majority of our members are small and medium sized businesses. techUK
TechWorks (TechWorks) TechWorks is the UK trade association representing the Electronic Systems, Microelectronics and Semiconductor Communities. Our objective is to catalyse and accelerate the continual development of a sustainable and world-leading industry in the UK. TechWorks strategy is based upon our member value model: Representation: Creating an identity and giving shape to a diverse and fragmented industry, creating a common voice and communicating needs effectively. Promotion: By its very nature, much of our activity and output is hidden from general view. In order to bring in the next generation of talented engineers, attract investment and promote the industry’s world-leading work, we champion the industry’s value to society and the economy by reaching out through the media, events and tradeshows. Connecting & Collaborating: TechWorks networking activities are designed to help professionals get connected to the innovation system and keep abreast of developments. Research, Development and Future Skills: The national supply of skills and R&D activity are critical to sustain and grow a world leading industry base here. TechWorks is working hard to assure the future well-being of the Electronic Systems industry: promoting its work, supporting processes of innovation, stimulating investment to drive R&D and manufacturing excellence and enabling future skills – “Together, We’re Better”. For more information see our website TechWorks
Telecare Services Association (TSA) Trade
Telecommunications & Internet Federation (TIF) Trade
Teledwyr Annibynnol Cymru (TAC) TAC (Welsh Independent Producers) is a trade association formed to represent the interests of independents producing mainly for broadcasters in Wales. It offers a range of services including industrial relations; specialist contracts negotiated with trade unions; business and legal advice; and information services. It also acts as a lobbying and representative body in discussions with broadcasters, development agencies, government departments and various other bodies. Media
Test Industry Suppliers Association (TISA) Electronic Equipment
Textile Finishers Association (TFA) Trade
Textile Recycling Association (TRA) Membership of the TRA is open to collectors / graders, charities and organisations involved in the second hand clothing industry. The main objectives are: to represent the interests of its members internationally, nationally and locally; to create a favourable climate within which merchants can operate; to promote textile recycling. Textiles textile, textiles, clothes, clothing, recycling, re-use, second hand Textile Recycling Association
Textile Services Association Ltd (TSA) Textile Services Association Ltd.|To represent the laundry, dry cleaning and textile rental industries to Government, MPs, EU, Media and other opinion farmers Textile Services textile rental, laundry, dry cleaning Textile Services Association Ltd
Thames & Chilterns Vineyards' Association (T&CVA) Trade
Thames Boating Trades Association (TBTA) Trade
The Adult Industry Trade Association (AITA) Trade Leisure Sex, OATS, Adult
The Advertising Association (AA) Advertising
The Agents' Association (GB) (AAGB) Trade Association for Agents’ in all forms of live entertainment. Founded 82 years ago: Covers Agents’ providing and representing performers in Theatre, clubs, holiday park, all areas of contemporary music, television etc. The Agents' Association (GB)
The Association for Information Management (ASLIB) Information Management
The Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) Media
The Association for Project Safety (APS) Develop best practice information, formulate requirements for training, experience and CPD so that the association is recognised as the representative today for all who work in the UK as Planning Supervisors as defined in the CMD Regulations 1994. Building and Construction CDM Regulations The Association for Project Safety