Tuesday, January 28, 2020; 8:00AM-4PM
The New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) and the Northeast Water Innovation Network (NEWIN) are excited to announce the second annual Water Innovation Pavilion, taking place during the 2020 NEWEA Annual Conference in Boston.
NEWEA and NEWIN, which exists to highlight water-innovation as a super-cluster with over 300 companies in the community and throughout New England, modeled the Innovation Pavilion after a similar forum at the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Annual Conference. This event was developed with the goal of building awareness, sharing ideas, and creating connections between businesses, utilities, regulators, and academics to drive innovation in our region. The close proximity of so many cities, utilities, businesses, and innovators who are passionate about water makes the Northeast unique in the water-cluster ecosystem in the United States. Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event.
We are currently looking for early and growth stage companies with innovative solutions for the water industry to join us for a unique opportunity to share your vision, network and identify potential pilot sites at the Innovation Pavilion. We will be highlighting a selection of the most promising water technology businesses while championing an important dialogue about innovation. You will have access to utility representative, entrepreneurs, investors, consultants, and regulators to raise awareness about your company and make a connections that help you pilot and scale your solution.
If you are a growth stage startup, looking for exposure to water industry professionals, we will provide a booth and up to 2 registrations (valued at over $1300) for you to showcase your solution if you are selected. Please submit a brief overview of your company, explanation of your solution and its maturity, and current customer and revenue information by using the online form below.
Please submit applications by Friday, December 6. Accepted participants will be notified in late December.
Hosted by New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) and New England Water Innovation Network (NEWIN)