Effective planning for WQA Aquatech USA 2015

March 4, 2015

Make the most of your trade show time.

In about one month, the point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) industry will gather in Las Vegas for the Water Quality Association’s Aquatech USA 2015 convention. From April 21-24, 2015, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, the association promises to bring together the top manufacturers in the industry to display the latest developments in POU and POE equipment and processes. 

According to wqa.org, “WQA Aquatech USA, the Water Quality Association’s annual convention and exposition, is a one-stop event that connects technologies, know-how, education, training, networking and business opportunities to multiple water industries.”

In attendance and exhibiting will be the staff of Water Technology magazine at booth 537. Just like our fellow exhibitors, we have new products and ideas to share with you. While you are preparing for next month’s show, please plan to stop by our booth to share your ideas, sign up for a free subscription or simply to introduce yourself. We are always looking for leading water treatment dealers to profile in the pages of Water Technology magazine and WaterTechOnline.com. We definitely would like to hear your story while at the show.

In addition to the top booths that you would like to visit during show hours, you should also be putting together a plan to attend the leading seminars and related events during show week. To learn more about Aquatech USA 2015 and its scheduled agenda, visit www.wqa.org.

Whether it is your first industry trade show or you’ve attended too many to count, planning is the number one way to maximize your time while in Las Vegas. Trade show time management is critical to making sure you and your staff achieve all the pre-show goals you set and ensure a positive return on investment for attending.

The POU and POE industry is continually evolving, and this show offers the ideal opportunity to see all the leading new products under one roof. Bring your pen and paper, bring comfortable shoes and, most importantly, bring a plan.

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