HelloWork Group joins the EUTA

The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) continues to grow and welcomes HelloWork Group, the leading French employment, recruitment and training platform.  HelloWork Group, founded in France (Rennes) in 2000, serves as a comprehensive support system for employees, companies, and recruitment agencies across various facets of human resources, recruitment and training challenges. With over 530 employees, HelloWork […]

EUTA meets with French officials in Paris 

Over the last two days, the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) engaged with French officials to unlock the full potential of European tech companies in Europe and globally!
EUTA met with officials responsible for Competition, Consumer Affairs, and Fraud Control (DGCCRF), Enterprises (DGE), and Treasury, as well as advisers to the French President, Prime Minister, and Digital Minister, along with French Deputy Paul Midy.

PWD: EUTA Statement following the EPSCO

Today, Ministers from EU member states exchanged on the future of platform workers and agreed on new rules.  When it comes to the Directive on improving the working conditions in platform work, the European Tech Alliance (EUTA)’s aim is to enable European online services to flourish and for platform workers to have fair working conditions.  […]

The European Tech Alliance

Discover who is the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) in this one-pager.  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 […]

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 costs in adapting to localised […]

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.

EUTA provides input on the DSA transparency report template

In its feedback on the European Commission’s Implementation Act on the transparency reporting obligations, EUTA invite the European Commission to (i) grant time for European companies’ compliance success, (ii) avoid excessive data requirements which are not required to meet the DSA’s objectives and would place a disproportionate burden on European platforms, (iii) align transparency reporting obligations with the statement of reasons database and (iv) recognise the varied legal definitions of illegal content across EU Member States.