Does your company sell or install consumer electronics? Whether you sell via traditional
showroom, over the Web, or through custom installation, your home in CEA begins
with a Retailer/Integrator membership. This membership category includes participation
in any of CEA's divisions, including TechHome, Audio-Video Retailer Division and
others. U.S. or Canada business location is required.
You will need the following information to complete the application:
- General company information, including name, address, phone, email, website, company
description, year started, number of locations, and number of employees
- Primary contact information (the person responsible for managing CEA membership
within your organization)
- Alternate contact information
- Any additional contacts to be included (you can also add individuals at any time
during your membership)
- Member programs of interest
- Parent/subsidiary information (if applicable)
- Membership dues level and billing information [View payment
Check all CEA member programs of interest to your company: *
Additional Company Interests
TechHome Installer Locator Participation
Does your company install products within the home? Would you like a complimentary
listing on CEA's TechHome Installer Locator referral website (http://digitaltips.org/locators/techhome/)?
Service(s) provided (check all that apply): *
List Industry Trade Associations that you are involved with here:
Products and Services:
Special Awards, Trainings, Certifications Received:
Alias, Brand Names, Subsidiary Companies, and Parent Companies
An alias is an alternate name that your company may be classified
as. Aliases help us search for a company's name in our system. Examples include
company abbreviations (i.e. CEA) or a "doing business as" (dba) name. The alias
feature also helps us when matching our CEA member records to our CES exhibitor
A brand name is any product brand that your company produces but
is different from the name of your company. This should not be confused with a subsidiary
company, which can be entered in the next step of the application.
A subsidiary is a separate company that is wholly owned by your
company. All subsidiaries receive CEA member benefits through their parent company.
Therefore, subsidiaries should be included in the calculation of annual revenue
when determining the CEA membership dues level for your company.
A parent is a separate company that wholly owns your company. Parent
companies do not receive CEA benefits through their subsidiary companies.
Other Company Representatives
All member company employees are encouraged to create separate accounts to access CEA member benefits. Individuals may be added now or at any time during the company's membership term. There is no limit to the number of employees a company may include.
All employees of your company and your company's subsidiaries can take advantage of CEA member benefits. Please email membership@CE.org the contact information (name, email, phone number) for the staff you would like to receive an introductory message to CEA or use the online form to create membership accounts.
Determine your annual dues by selecting your company’s annual US revenue; including installation labor. To ensure accuracy of member dues, CE may ask prospective members to provide supporting documentation. All information provided will be kept strictly confidential.
Annual Dues *Annual
Name of person completing this application:
I understand that companies applying for membership in CEA are subject to its bylaws
and approval by the CEA Executive Board. The information that I have submitted through
this online form is accurate to the best of my knowledge.