The organisers of WWEM 2010, the world’s largest environmental monitoring event, are delighted to announce the involvement of the UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and a number of other leading industry organisations at this year’s event.
The UKTI, along with British Water, The Institute of Water, The Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring (CoGDEM) and Sensors for Water Interest Group (SWIG) will all be participating at WWEM 2010 on 10th and 11th November at the Telford International Centre.
Other organisations involved include PROFIBUS, the Water Monitoring Association (WMA) and the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM).
The UKTI will supply experts from around Europe who are taking part in two key activities that will support an international dimension to the show. These include a ‘Meet the International Buyer Event’, where exhibitors will have access to 24 buyers from across Europe and a workshop titled ‘Developing Your International Business’.
UKTI Commercial Officers will also advise on a range of topics including political/economic overview for countries including Portugal, Turkey and Russia, niche sector opportunities and advice on market entry.
David Connolly, Environment & Water Team Project Manager for Europe at UKTI, said: “Our events will give visitors the unique opportunity to receive a one-to-one briefing from UKTI, covering political, economic and water industry specific opportunities. Delegates will also be able to learn about the wide range of planned UKTI activities both here and overseas that aim to help promote UK expertise overseas and assist companies in taking advantage of the opportunities these markets offer.”
WWEM organiser Marcus Pattison added: “The reputation of the WWEM events has grown significantly on both a national and international level, as demonstrated by the involvement this year of these organisations. WWEM 2010 will provide the perfect opportunity for anyone with a professional interest in testing and monitoring to gather and exchange the latest information on technologies, techniques and regulations.”
The event will also see a host of Conference presentations providing information on the latest regulations affecting process and effluent monitoring with authoritative speakers from the Environment Agency, ABB, SIRA, and UKAS. Entry to the Conference will be £55/day or £100 for both days.
Further details are available at www.wwem.uk.com
WWEM contact details:
Oak Court Business Centre
Sandridge Park, Porters Wood
St. Albans, Hertfordshire
Telephone: +44 (0) 1727 858840
Facsimile: +44 (0) 1727 840310
This event is not being run by Ocurem, and therefore Ocurem are not responsible for this event.