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MEMBERSHIP AND FUNDING © ETSI All rights reserved ETSI Seminar
ETSI MEMBERSHIP 2 © ETSI All rights reserved
Four types of Member Full member Established in geographical area of Europe (as defined by CEPT) Committed to ETSI Statutes and Rules of Procedure Associate member Committed to ETSIs work, but without a presence in the CEPT geographical area of Europe Observer Entitled to be full member, but not wishing to participate in ETSIs technical work Counsellor Representative of European Commission or EFTA Secretariat Members rights and benefits: © ETSI All rights reserved 3
Membership by status 619 Full Members from 40 European countries (but many headquartered outside Europe) 24 Observers from 14 countries (7 European, 7 non-European) 116 Associate Members from 20 non-European countries/provinces TOTAL from 62 countries/provinces © ETSI All rights reserved 4 (GA#60 November 2012)
Five Categories of Member Administrations, Administrative Bodies and National Standards Organizations Network Operators Manufacturers Users Service Providers, Research Bodies, Consultancy Companies/Partnerships, and others 5 © ETSI All rights reserved
Full and Associate Members 6 © ETSI All rights reserved (GA#60 November 2012)
Growth of Full Members © ETSI All rights reserved 7 (GA#60 November 2012)
Growth of Associate Members © ETSI All rights reserved 8 (GA#60 November 2012)
Full Members per country © ETSI All rights reserved 9 (GA#60 November 2012)
Associate Members per country © ETSI All rights reserved 10 (GA#60 November 2012)
Members by continent © ETSI All rights reserved 11 (GA#60 November 2012)
Number of Members voting weights © ETSI All rights reserved 12 (GA#60 November 2012)
Evolution of Members and Units of Contribution © ETSI All rights reserved 13 (GA#60 November 2012)
Membership in class 1 © ETSI All rights reserved 14 (GA#60 November 2012)
Percentage of SMEs and Micro-Enterprises © ETSI All rights reserved 15 (GA#60 November 2012)
Details Applications for membership can be made at any time Formally accepted at General Assembly Full participation rights granted before a member is accepted by GA All members are expected to appoint a formal Contact Person for Collective Letters, membership and other formal matters, etc All Full and Associate Members are expected to appoint a Voting Contact for approval of ETSI deliverables Help: © ETSI All rights reserved 16
Leaving ETSI Membership is per calendar year Members must inform ETSI by 30 th September if they wish to withdraw at year end Web interface available: mbership/withdraw.aspx mbership/withdraw.aspx 17 © ETSI All rights reserved
HOW IS ETSI FUNDED? 18 © ETSI All rights reserved
How is ETSI funded? ETSI is: a not-for-profit organization established under French law 19 © ETSI All rights reserved
Where does the money come from? © ETSI All rights reserved % 11.2 % 22.8 % 8.5 % 0.5 % Members contributions Partners contributions Partnership projects, EF3GPP EC/EFTA Infrastructure, activities, special projects Commercial activities Sales, Plugtests, Forapolis… Miscellaneous (2011 figures) Total income 2011: 22.6m
Membership contributions Members (Full or Associate) Unit of contribution (UoC) First unit of contribution (BMF)6000 in 2012 Subsequent units of contribution3380 in 2012 Includes ETSI Documentation Service (EDS) Number of units may be: depending on members global turnover determines also Voting Weight Any balance at year-end is returned to Members as a credit note Observers(in 2012)4000 © ETSI All rights reserved 21
Membership contributions - other than Administrations ECRT in 10 6 euroNumber of Units SME, User, Additional membership1 up to to to to to to to to to above ECRT: Global electronics communications-related turnover © ETSI All rights reserved 22
1 Unit contributors SME and Micro-enterprise members shall, after presenting evidence to the Director-General, contribute 1 unit (SME and Micro-enterprise as defined by the European Commission) User Associations or Trade Associations shall contribute 1 unit The cost of the first unit of contribution is reduced for: Non-profit User Associations: 2000 Universities and Public Research Bodies: 2000 Micro-enterprises: 3000 © ETSI All rights reserved 23
Multiple memberships Companies with more than one membership from the same corporate group, i.e. companies being AFFILIATES, may either: a) Declare multiple memberships excluding the ECRT relating to transactions between companies of the same group (sometimes known as intra-company trading) when determining the class of contribution. The sum of Class of Contributions and ECRTs, respectively, for the multiple memberships shall always be equal to or greater than the Class of Contribution and ECRT for a membership determined using the worldwide turnover generated by the entire corporate groups products and services related to Article 2 "Purpose" and Article 3 "Scope of activities" in the ETSI Statutes. or b) Declare a multiple membership consisting of a "Group" membership, with its ECRT determined using the worldwide turnover generated by the entire corporate groups products and services related to Article 2 "Purpose" and Article 3 "Scope of activities" in the ETSI Statutes, and one or more "Additional" membership(s) which shall contribute 1 unit each. © ETSI All rights reserved 24
Electronics Communications Related Turnover Definition: The worldwide turnover generated by all the member's products and services related to Article 2 "Purpose" and Article 3 "Scope of activities" of the ETSI Statutes. In the event that it is not possible to determine a Members ECRT from publicly available information, the Member will agree with the Director General on the appropriate class of contribution which should apply. Further details - Annex 2 of the ETSI Rules of Procedure © ETSI All rights reserved 25
Membership contributions - Administrations GDP in 10 9 euroNumber of Units up to 71 8 to to to to to to to to to above GDP: Gross Domestic Product © ETSI All rights reserved 26
1 Unit contributors (Administrations) When a country has more than one Administration member, one of those members shall contribute according to the scale set out above and the other Additional membership(s) shall contribute 1 unit © ETSI All rights reserved 27
Participation in 3GPP Companies wishing to participate in 3GPP by means of their ETSI membership are required to pay a minimum of 3 Units of Contribution Reduced to 2 units for SMEs, Micro-enterprises, Users, Universities and Public Research Bodies Special conditions apply for companies and administrations with multiple memberships © ETSI All rights reserved 28
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