Working with stakeholders of the Web

A range of organizations join the World Wide Web Consortium as Members to work with us to drive the direction of core web technologies and exchange ideas with industry and research leaders. We rotate randomly a few of our Member organizations' logos underneath.

The Web Consortium and its members, with help from the public and the web community, focus on a range of business ecosystems that the Web transforms, including E-commerceMedia & Entertainment, Publishing and several other areas.

Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingenieurs Rabat (EMI)
Inswave Systems Co., Ltd.
ABC New Media AG
Stony Brook University
Anonyome Labs, Inc.
Discover how W3C supports these organizations

W3C TPAC Inclusion Fund applications open till 31 July

The W3C TPAC Inclusion Fund applications are open until 31 July. This is designed for people from an under-represented group who wouldn’t be able to attend or meaningfully contribute to TPAC without financial support.

As 66% of the world is now online, we want and need to reflect the diversity of the whole world as more people continue to access, use and create the web. We believe that more diversity means better representation, which leads to better and more inclusive design and higher quality results.

TPAC 2024 illustration with text: 23-27 September in Anaheim, California, USA and online

W3C TPAC 2024 & W3C@30

1 October 2024 is W3C's 30th anniversary. We will celebrate at our annual TPAC our three decades, advances in the Web, the impact of our standards on the world, imagine a bright future, and enjoy ourselves at an authentic evening of talks and a gala.

TPAC, our major annual event, gathers our community for thought-provoking discussions and coordinated work to advance the invaluable work of our Groups, and resolve challenging technical and social issues that the Web faces.

TPAC brings together W3C Members and technical groups, the Board of Directors, the Advisory Board, and the Technical Architecture Group.

Web standards

Web standards are the building blocks of a consistent digitally connected world. They are implemented in browsers, blogs, search engines, and other software that power our experience on the Web.

W3C is an international community where Members, full-time staff, and the public work together to develop web standards.

Get involved

W3C works at the nexus of core technology, industry needs, and societal needs. Everyone can get involved with the work we do.

There are many ways individuals and organizations can participate in the Web Consortium to advance web standardization.