A successful show, and now looking ahead

May 15, 2014

By the time you receive and read this issue, WQA Aquatech USA 2014 will be almost two full months in the past. However, our team just …

By the time you receive and read this issue, WQA Aquatech USA 2014 will be almost two full months in the past. However, our team just returned last week (as this is being written) and the buzz and all of our conversations from the show are top of mind. We would like to thank all of you who stopped by our booth and signed up to receive our free publication and daily e-Newsletter. The positive feedback and insight you shared with us are much appreciated.  

By all accounts, our team had a very successful show and we were afforded plenty of opportunities to advance our industry knowledge with educational sessions and begin and continue important relationships.

We would also like to thank the Water Quality Association for its efforts before, during and after the event. As mentioned through our online and print coverage, WQA has made several advancements and additions over the past year, including elevating its industry outreach and communications efforts. Key WQA representatives helped this publication and others with important press releases, content and information during one of the association’s busiest times of the year. 

Before we close the door on this year’s special event, we offer some photos and information gleaned at Aquatech USA 2014 in this issue. Be sure to check WaterTechOnline.com and WQA.org for more information regarding next year’s show in Las Vegas.

On another note, for our July issue, we are currently preparing our annual benchmarking survey. Please take some time to send us your feedback on these industry issues. Similar to Aquatech, we need your feedback to help us continue serving your informational needs.

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