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Program makes it easier for WEF members to exhibit at major shows around the world
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announces the addition of two new trade shows to its International Pavilion Program for 2009. First announced last year, the program makes it easier for WEF members to exhibit at major water quality shows around the world. As part of the Federation’s continued effort to increase member benefits as well as its global presence, the program offers pre- and onsite management and marketing services as well as a lower risk approach to purchasing booth space in international forums.
Following a successful first year at Germany’s International Trade Fair for Environmental Protection (IFAT) and China’s Water Supply & Drainage and Water Treatment Exhibition (WSDWTF), WEF is providing members with the opportunity to exhibit at the following shows in 2009:
WETEX – Water, Energy Technology and Environment Exhibition
March 10 to 12, 2009
Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre
Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
March 30 to April 3, 2009
China Water Show (formerly WSDWTF)
April 28 to 30, 2009
INTEX Shanghai & Shanghai Mart
Under the program, WEF purchases exhibit space with all of the major international water quality shows and constructs a 2,500-sq-ft pavilion with booth space set below the minimum required by the international shows. Members have the opportunity to either purchase exhibit space or send product brochures for distribution at a WEF-managed display. In addition, WEF provides a fully built booth (3x3-meter minimum) in a prime location, translation and catering services, meeting rooms, lounge areas and pre-show marketing to increase booth traffic.