Unlocking European tech leadership at home and beyond

Promoting home-grown tech businesses is central to achieving the European Union’s (EU) wider goals. With the right conditions, our companies can strengthen Europe’s resilience and technological autonomy, protect and empower users online, and promote Europe’s values of transparency, rule of law and innovation to the rest of the world.

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GDPR: EUTA provides feedback to the European Commission

Today, the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) provided feedback to the European Commission on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In its contribution, EUTA mentioned that despite GDPR’s ambition to ensure a harmonised EU application, diverging interpretations by national data protection authorities across the EU create legal uncertainty. Companies face high

Stripe joins the EUTA

The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) continues to grow and welcomes Stripe, the Irish financial infrastructure platform for businesses which aims to increase the GDP of the internet.

Three steps to enhance growth and innovation in Europe


1. European Tech for European competitiveness

"Glovo struggled with very fragmented EU regulation during our scale-up process. Therefore we know that a clear legal framework would help European business to grow, innovate and successfully compete."
Sacha Michaud
Co-Founder Glovo

2. Smart Rules for a Stronger Europe

"At this pivotal time, the EUTA highlights key opportunities for industry and policymakers to work together to deliver an innovative, thriving and successful tech sector in Europe - a future that Trustpilot will play a full part in."
Adrian Blair
CEO Trustpilot

3. Better enforcement for fairer competition

"Criteo is at the heart of the open web which unlocked the power of data, laying the foundation for an AI revolution. More synergies and cooperation among national regulators will accelerate European techs’ leadership in data, AI and beyond."
Megan Clarken
CEO Criteo

Policy work

The EUTA focuses on fostering an ambitious EU tech strategy, enhancing Europe’s tech competitiveness, advocating for clear, targeted, and risk-based regulations, and supporting consistent rule enforcement in the globalised market. Our policy areas are dedicated to overcoming growth obstacles and promoting a thriving digital economy in Europe.

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For further inquiries, please contact our Secretary General, Victoria de Posson: victoria@eutechalliance.eu

Our members

* It reflects users, consumers and business customers from EUTA member companies, per year. It includes overlaps but illustrates the reach and impact of our services.