European Advertising Tripartite (EAT)
Tripartite européenne de la publicité
1980 Brussels Belgium
1980, Brussels (Belgium), following agreement, 1974, between D-XD0561 - European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA) and B-XC2680 - World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) to produce joint papers on matters of common interest. New statutes adopted Oct 1997. Includes the former Advertising Information Group. Registered in accordance in Belgian law. Dissolved 13 Mar 2002.
Defend the freedom of responsible commercial speech; ensure a better understanding of the role of advertising; promote the quality of advertising self-regulation in Europe; represent the interests of the advertising industry at European level; ensure a permanent and in-depth information of its members.
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General Assembly (annual), consisting of representatives of each of the members. Administrative Board, consisting of President, Vice-President, Treasurer and 9 other members. Secretary General.
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