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Berufsverband der Datenschutzbeauftragten Deutschlands (BvD)bvdnet.de
Berufsverband der Datenschutzbeauftragten Deutschlands (the Association of Data Protection Officers) represents the interests of about 1500 company and official data protection officers and consultants in Germany. It was founded in 1989 and is the oldest association representing the interests of the sector. Headquartered in Berlin, they are promoting modern and feasible data protection.
Germany’s biggest digital association that represents over 2,500 enterprises of the digital economy. It supports digital transformation in all sectors: education, politics, law, SMEs, tech & software, security and more via seminars, training and coaching, research and consulting and networking events.
The Blockchain Association (Bundesblock) is a non-profit membership association founded in 2017. The association focuses on blockchain technology education for decision makers in politics and industry-leading corporations, as well as the broader public. It is their central idea that blockchain and similar decentralized technologies based on cryptography represent fundamental infrastructure innovations.
Bundesverband der IT-Anwendervoice-ev.org
Bundesverband der IT-Anwender (VOICE) (Federal Association of IT users) is the largest representation of digital decision-makers on the user side in the German-speaking world. They represent a cross-section of DAX, MDAX and SMEs. The association brings together decision-makers in IT and digital business from leading companies of all sizes and industries in formats such as roundtables and expert workshops, but also online on an exclusive online platform.
Bundesverband Deutsche Startupsdeutschestartups.org
The association is a network of start-ups and the voice of the community in relation to politics, society and established economy. The goal of the association is to create a network connecting legislators, founders, investors, and startups. The association is seriously engaged in international outreach and building bridges with global startups hubs.
Bundesverband Digitale Bildungbvdb.org
Bundesverband Digitale Bildung (Association for Digital Education) is a network of educational institutions, companies, science and political actors. The association seeks to digitalize the education sector in a consequent and sustainable way. It provides support on digital transformation to kindergartens, schools, universities and professional institutions.
Bundesverband Gesundheits-IT (BVITG)bvitg.de
The Association Health-IT (BVITG) represents the leading IT providers in the German healthcare sector. BVITG is increasingly focusing on expanding the dialogue with politicians, associations and users, and on informing the public about the market and its players. The BVITG offers member companies the opportunity to establish and/or expand on their contact network.
Bundesverband IT-Mittelstand (Association IT SMEs) is an IT professional association that exclusively represents the interests of medium-sized enterprises. It provides the companies from all areas of the IT industry with free access to latest technological developments and trains IT specialists.
Engaged to protect consumer rights in the digital space, the association Digitale Gesellschaft (Digital Society) seeks to strengthen freedom of speech on the Internet and enhance access to information in a transparent manner.
eco – Association of the Internet Industryinternational.eco.de
Since 1995, eco has been instrumental in the development of the Internet in Germany, fostering new technologies, infrastructures and markets, and forming framework conditions. In the competence network, important specialists and decision makers of the Internet industry are represented driving forward the current and future Internet themes together with a team of over 70 staff.