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the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Electronics Representatives Association

Furthering the function and professionalism of electronics manufacturers’ representatives individually and as a group and to advance and promote the benefits of multiple-line selling.

Over 80+ Years of Continued Success

Since 1935, the Electronics Representatives Association (ERA) has been working to create a spirit of mutual respect, esteem and cooperation among its members. The ERA strives to advance and support sales in the global electronics industry by providing a variety of advanced programs, services and activities designed to educate, train and advocate for our members. From holding conferences to hosting continuing education events, the ERA remains committed to advancing the continued success of our membership contingent.

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Our Members Generate over $800 million
in Sales Each Year

As the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the ERA, our members generate over $800 million in sales throughout the northwest United States and Canada each year. Each of our member firms has personnel trained to represent their aligned ERA Marketing Group, which recognizes the varying needs of different sectors of the electronics industry. The ERA Marketing groups are: Communications, Consumer Electronics, Components, Computer Products, Instrumentation & Sensors, Materials, Assembly & Production, RF Microwave & Wireless, and Semiconductors and Electronic Systems Integration Group (ESIG).

Serving Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Western Montana and BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan

The Pacific Northwest ERA's territory consists of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Western Montana. The Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan also fall within the responsibility of our chapter's representatives. Our chapter marks a starting point for members to develop networks, create lasting relationships and exchange ideas. By intermingling the interests of manufacturers, customers and distributors, the ERA creates a dialogue among its different member groups that encourages innovation and growth within the electronics industry.

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