Trade show attendance is worth the investment

June 23, 2014

Recent interviews and news coverage we have completed around various industry trade shows.

Each year, water treatment professionals from around the world meet and exchange ideas for the betterment of our industry’s future at various trade shows in the U.S. and overseas. Under one roof on the trade show floor, water treatment dealers can review new products, research equipment of interest and speak with representatives from a multitude of companies.

While these trade shows do offer personal, up-close visits to manufacturers’ booths, they also maintain other reasons to attend. Many trade shows offer educational sessions presented by respected industry experts. Some shows offer competitions and hand out awards.

Keep an eye on our calendar of events on for information regarding upcoming trade shows and industry events. In addition to giving you the who, what, when, where and why regarding these shows, we also frequently get a unique opportunity to interview trade show organizers.

Below are some recent interviews and news coverage we have completed around various industry trade shows.

Recent coverage 

AWWA ACE14 is underway in Boston

We report live from the trade show floor.

Executive series: Interview with TWQA’s Daina Grace

TWQA’s executive director explains the association’s goals and details about its annual convention and exhibition.

Water Technology speaks with Tim Jansen of EWQA

Jansen discusses the benefits of attending EWQA training and conference events.

2014 Design-Build for Water/Wastewater Conference — A success

Produced by DBIA, the conference took place in San Jose, Calif.

Post show wrap up of WQA Aquatech USA

A look back at the Aquatech USA show.

WQA Aquatech educational sessions provide industry updates

Several useful presentations stood out for our team.

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