2011 WEF international pavilion program


Source: Water Environment Federation (WEF)

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) created the International Pavilion Program to make it easier for companies to exhibit at major water/wastewater shows around the world. Under the program, WEF purchases exhibit space with the major international water quality shows and constructs a pavilion with booth space set below the minimum required by most international shows. Companies 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; 3x4 meter minimum for SIWW) in a prime location, translation and refreshment services, lounge area and pre-show marketing to increase booth traffic.

Following three years of successful programs including Germany’s IFAT ENTSORGA, IFAT China + CWS, WETEX - Water, Energy Technology and Environment Exhibition in Dubai, and ANEAS Mexico. WEF is providing opportunities to exhibit at five shows in 2011.

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