ECIA Welcomes Compliance & Risks as Latest ECIA Service Partner

Atlanta, GA – ECIA is pleased to announce that Compliance & Risks has joined its ECIA Service Partner (ESP) Program. The ESP program was established to extend the value and offering of the Association to its members. By partnering with outside organizations that have a proven track record of working with our industry, ECIA can offer additional benefits to our members with subject matter experts like Compliance & Risks.

Compliance & Risks is a leading expert in helping technology companies comply with the myriad global environmental and safety regulations that lead to a safer, cleaner and better world. The ESP program ensures that the knowledge and insights compiled by Compliance & Risks is made available to ECIA members through webinars, podcasts, presentations at ECIA events and customized engagements.

“ECIA members will greatly benefit from this agreement,” commented Don Elario, ECIA’s Vice President of Industry Practices. “Having this resource available to our Global Industry Practices Committee (GIPC) will be invaluable as we face new industry challenges with regulations and legislation around the world.”

Commenting on the announcement, Danny Cassidy, VP of Sales at Compliance & Risks, said “The burden on companies to stay on top of their compliance obligations continues to grow. We have a programme in place to help ECIA members leverage our technology platform and navigate the challenges involved for manufacturers and their supply chains. Market indicators tell us that the Compliance Function continues to grow in importance and increased responsibility. We are excited about the enabling and proactive role we can contribute to this journey.”

“Our ECIA Service Partners have greatly enhanced and amplified our association’s ability to support our members,” added Victor Meijers, ECIA Senior Vice President. “These companies provide valuable industry specific content and our program assembles these service offerings in a convenient one-stop format on our website and through the webinars and presentations. Compliance & Risks’ competencies are in demand now because changes in the global regulatory environment have accelerated substantially in the past few years,” he concluded.