All techUK's work is led by our members - keep in touch or get involved by joining one of the groups below.
A steering group established to guide sector representation to government, broadcasters and technical bodies on behalf of UK CE players.
This group brings the techUK TV and AV manufacturer community members together with a forward looking strategic perspective. It addresses the longer term topics that shape the TV and AV manufacturing space, including the platform developments, (international) standards, digital broadcasting developments etc.
The Connected Home Group looks at how we can accelerate the adoption of smart and connected home products. The group is looking at issues such as cyber security and privacy, energy efficiency and assisted living as well as help identifying market trends for connected products.
A new programme created in 2023 to engage the government on legislation and regulations relating to consumer rights. The initial activities are focusing around the upcoming Digital Markets, Competition and Consumer Bill (DMCC) bill, particularly around the prevention of fake reviews and requirements around subscription service models. This programme will also be consulted when we develop our response to the UK Product Safety Review (expected mid-2023).
The Product Technical Policy and Standards Group supports members in complying with relevant technical and safety standards and regulatory requirements when placing products on the market in the UK. The group engages regularly with the Office for Product Safety & Standards and has close working relationships with relevant national and international standards bodies.
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Lewis' programmes cover a range of policy areas within Market Access (international trade regulation, sanctions and export controls, technical standards and product compliance, supply chains) and Consumer Tech (media and broadcast policy, consumer electronics, and connected home technology).
Prior to joining techUK, Lewis worked in government affairs and policy roles for international trade associations in Southeast Asia including the American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce and the European Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia.
He holds an undergraduate degree in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in Public Policy & Management from SOAS University of London.
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