Bulletin Board post: The value of water-related events

Jan. 30, 2015

BIRMINGHAM — The Water Technology staff wants to know what the water industry thinks about the importance of attending industry-related events and trade shows.

BIRMINGHAM — We strive to provide our readers with multiple forums for discussion about any water-related needs, and our Bulletin Board has continuously been a resource for industry professionals to discuss and brainstorm various issues.

The Water Technology staff recently posted to the Bulletin Board with the post titled, "The value of attending industry events and trade shows."

As the water treatment industry prepares to attend the Water Quality Association’s Annual Convention and Trade Show in Las Vegas, we want to find out from those planning to attend what their expectations are for the event and what aspects of Aquatech USA 2015 they are most looking forward to.

In the forum post, we ask Bulletin Board visitors if they plan to attend WQA’s Aquatech USA, why or why not? And, is it important for our industry to attend water-related events and trade shows?

In addition to asking our forum visitors to weigh in on the topic of industry events, we provide a link to our short WQA Aquatech USA reader survey. You can find that survey here.

A broad assortment of water-related topics can be found on our Bulletin Board, with discussions ranging from removing various contaminants from water to knowing which water-related conferences and events to attend.

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A few of our forum users are still seeking advice. Peruse through their posts to see if you have the answers they are searching for:

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