The IWA WWCE ’18 floor plan – last available stand spaces

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We are happy to send you an update of the floor plan of the IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition 2018, 16 – 21 September 2018 in Tokyo.
Almost all stand spaces are blocked, however a few locations are available. Please see the floor plan, the yellow highlighted stand locations are available.



Do you want to join these global brands and show the world your innovations and solutions? Do you want to be among a record number of country pavilions form all around the world (e.g. Denmark, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Nordics, Africa (several countries), Japan, China, Taiwan, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Korea, Netherlands and more to follow)? Or have your stand near some of the challenging thematic pavilions (e.g. Cities Pavilion, Emerging Technology Pavilion, Smart Water pavilion)?
See all exhibitors: click here.

And with that: do you want to show your brand to an expected audience of 5500 – 6000 global water leaders? Being utility leaders, government officials, innovation managers, leading researchers, influential consultants, international organizations, press and media?

Do not hesitate and send us an e-mail to inform us about your interest in the indicated last available spaces and secure your presence. Mail to info@iwa-exhibitions.com or call us at + 31 70 3820028.

 

And remember this is what it is all about… see a summary of our last year’s exhibition in Buenos Aires.

 

What our exhibitors say

CAMBI Group AS feels privileged to be involved with this important global event. We are excited for the opportunity to meet with so many inspired, passionate professionals who are tackling the worlds biosolids and biowaste issues head on.

As a leading provider of technology for the conversion of sludge to renewable energy and high-quality biosolids. CAMBI was originally founded in 1989. Today CAMBI has offices in 9 different countries. With 61 plants worldwide committed to the CambiTHP® process, and 21 countries adopting our technologies, Cambi serves more than 60 million people around the globe.

 

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