One industry group we have not yet mentioned is the European Nanotechnology Trade Alliance (ENTA).  It is about time we corrected that error.  ENTA is a trade association for companies operating in Europe (or subject to European regulation) that promotes "the benefits of nanotechnology" and attempts to mitigate "regulatory and reputational risk for the whole industry" by interfacing "with the public, the media, government and political bodies actively involved in determining regulatory framework."


Among other things, ENTA holds regular policy meetings in Brussels.  According to the website:

These policy meetings focus on a variety of issues facing Industry such as: REACH; Risk assessment and protocols for industry; Environmental, health, life cycle analysis and safety issues; Harmonization and standardization; Marketing of nanotechnology enabled products; Protection of intellectual property; Technology transfer; Workers and consumers issues; Media and public perception; Scenario planning, roadmaps and strategy; [and] Standardisation.

The next meeting is on March 14.  Here is a Draft Agenda and a list of Confirmed Participants.