The Internet Association Syncs with New Member Dropbox
Beckerman: “Dropbox is a natural fit for our Association, harnessing the power of the cloud to share files and make them easily accessible.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Internet Association is excited to announce that Dropbox, the leading cloud-based collaboration network, has become the organization’s 36th member. Founded in 2007, millions of people around the world use Dropbox to work the way they want, on any device, wherever they go.
“As the Internet economy continues to innovate and grow, we believe it’s critical for Internet firms to speak up on behalf of their users with a unified voice,” said Amber Cottle, Head of Global Public Policy & Government Affairs. “We’re proud to join the Internet Association and look forward to supporting public policy outcomes that advance the interests of people who use Dropbox.”
In just eight years, Dropbox has grown to 400 million users around the world. Today, over 100,000 companies also use Dropbox for Business to work smarter across industries.
“The Internet Association welcomes Dropbox to our growing community of Internet companies,” said Michael Beckerman, Internet Association President and CEO. “Dropbox is a natural fit for our Association, harnessing the power of the cloud to share files and make them easily accessible. We look forward to benefitting from their unique perspective and insight as we advocate for public policies that are important for the continued growth of the Internet industry.”