NEWEA/NEWIN Water Innovation Pavilion
Monday, January 22 & Tuesday, January 23, 2018 – 8:00AM – 4:00PM
The Water Innovation Pavilion highlights a selection of the most promising technology businesses in the industry while championing an important dialogue about innovation. NEWEA & NEWIN and its Innovation Partners, create a unique program for entrepreneurs, investors, customers, and regulators.
The Pavilion features a selection of early and growth stage companies. Some of these companies are investor-backed and working with high profile customers in the industrial and municipal markets. We will also highlight new technologies from our more established companies.
The Innovation Pavilion is a fantastic opportunity for startups or established companies to showcase their innovative solutions and technologies. It will allow visitors to see the impact of the water sector’s best entrepreneurial thinking in one place over the course of 2-days during NEWEA’s Annual Conference, Boston, MA. NEWEA & NEWIN’s innovation efforts span support technology research and development, entrepreneurship, public engagement, and utility management to enhance resource recovery. Exhibit opportunity is open to NEWEA or NEWIN members.
Exhibiting will provide:
- Brand Awareness
- Bespoke concierge networking
- A scheduled speaking engagement
- Access to over 2500 water professionals
- Networking at Monday/Tuesday receptions
Support water innovation in New England by becoming a sponsor. Three sponsorship levels are being offered:
- Gold Sponsorship – Your company name and logo will be listed in the final program and on digital marketing materials as well as an opportunity to provide the opening remarks at the event; scheduled speaking engagement; and your company logo will be displayed during the coffee break.
- Silver Sponsorship – Your company name and logo will be listed in the final program and on digital marketing materials.
- Bronze Sponsorship – Your company name will be listed in the final program and on digital marketing materials.
Hosted by NEWEA and New England Water Innovation Network (NEWIN)