Corporate and Organizational members
About our corporate members
The IAA has an impressive list of global players, including Dentsu Inc., Microsoft Corporation, Havas Worlwide. They provide funding for a wide range of research, publications and education supporting our mission. For a complete list click here
Why become a corporate member?
"The IAA has helped us plug the global marketplace in a meaningful way. We’ve benefited from the high quality networking opportunities to find new prospects, the sponsorships have heightened our visibility with the right audience, and we’ve utilized the IAA’s professional development programs for our staff. It’s like having an international consulting firm that works just for us!"
Leo Burnett Worldwid
Here’s a snapshot of how your organization can benefit from IAA’s corporate membership:
The IAA operates on several levels – internationally, regionally, nationally and locally. You’ll benefit from our reach.
Works with strongest international, national, and regional associations of advertisers, agencies and media – including EASA, WFA, AAF. You’ll benefit from our network.
Represents ‘the voice of the industry’ where no single association or body can speak on behalf of all interests. We can be your voice.
Serves as liaison with national governments and intergovernmental organizations to take positions against unwarranted restrictions on advertising. We can open doors for you that may currently be closed.
Advocates establishment of national and regional systems of advertising self-regulation. We’ll fight for your right to communicate freely.
Provides corporations with a broad industry approach in advocacy on volatile issues. We can be your trusted advisor.
Access to unique global professional development programs, proprietary and secondary research studies on issues critical to communications and marketing and access to IAA newsletters including EU News, EU Insight, IAA Network News, IAA Initiatives, and APAC news. We’ll help your organization stay ahead in a fast-paced industry.
The new IAA Global Steering Committee will be tackling key industry topics of greatest current concern. New projects and sub-committeess are being organized around such topics as: "New Insights, New World: A Look at Fast-Growth Markets; Embracing 21st century brand transparency: New Standards, New Communities" and many more. A new "Future of the International Advertising Industry" survey is available - that accesses today's marketing challenges and opportunities across the world. You’ll be in the know.
In return, you’ll have a chance to shape the future of the communications industry through the IAA:
You’ll be given a seat on the IAA Board of Directors. You’ll shape the IAA’s strategy
Be an ‘expert’ witness whenever and wherever an appearance is required. For example, you will speak on behalf of the IAA at major conferences and at IAA Chapter events. You’ll be the voice of the IAA.
Help the future leaders of our business by supporting professional development through the IAA Education, Training and InterAd programs. You’ll nurture today's young talent.
Interface with national and regional and international Associations involved with governmental activity. You’ll shape the future of communications industry.
Want to join as a corporate member?
For more information about IAA Corporate Membership including pricing CLICK HERE.
If you like what you hear and would like to join, please contact:
The IAA By-laws define organizational members as "associations, societies, academic institutions, foundations, government bureaus which have an interest in the marketing communications field and wish to associate themselves with the work of the IAA."
Become an organizational member and support the work of the IAA.
To view a list of our current organizational members, please click here.
If you would like to become an organizational member, please contact Alison Burns at the IAA Global Office