We have developed partnerships with associations to help set and raise industry standards, to better understand the key challenges facing marketers and to influence key industry discussions. We currently hold partnerships with the following associations.


The Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) is the national body for advertising, marketing and media in Australia.


The Spanish Association of Advertisers (AEA) represents the interests of advertisers and marketers in Spain.

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The Association of National Advertisers (ANA) is a representative body for the marketing communications and advertising community in the United States

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The International Advertising Association (IAA) champions the common interests of all the disciplines across the full spectrum of marketing communications.

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The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) is the trade association for digital advertising. Ebiquity partners with IAB UK, Italy, Spain and US.


ISBA represents the leading UK advertisers. They champion the needs of marketers through advocacy and offer our members thought leadership, consultancy, a programme of capability and networking. They influence necessary change, speaking with one voice to all stakeholders including agencies, regulators, platform owners, and government. Learn more, https://www.isba.org.uk.

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OWM is the advertising association in Germany representing interests of marketing communications in media, agencies, politics and research.


The Swiss Advertising Association (SWA) is an independent association under Swiss law. Since 1950 SWA represents the interests of the advertising clients in the areas of marketing, advertising, media, sponsoring and public relations. Learn more, https://www.swa-asa.ch/.

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Union des marques (UDA) promotes the interests and positions of advertisers in France.

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The World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) brings together the biggest markets and marketers worldwide, championing responsible and effective marketing communications.

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A voluntary coalition of over 125 members, ensuring the industry ethics catch up with the technology of modern advertising. CAN is funded philanthropically, has no government involvement and has been entirely produced by volunteers from across the whole advertising eco system. #TogetherWeCAN