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Past Water Expos
Water Today’s WATER EXPO aims to create a perfect business and networking platform for industry professionals and experts working towards a common goal: Profit with Responsibility.
WATER EXPO 2016
Water Today has successfully concluded its 10th Anniversary Edition of WATER EXPO 2016 and commemorate its achievement of Redefining the Water Exhibition in South Asia. Over a decade, Water Today has successful benchmarked WATER EXPO with the maximum footfalls, contented exhibitors, repetitive participants and increasing qualitative visitor ship, making it the most prominent and the largest International event in South Asia.
The 10th Anniversary Edition of WATER EXPO 2016 was inaugurated by Padma Vibhushan Mankombu Sambasivan Swaminathan, an Indian geneticist, international administrator & renowned as Indian Father of Green Revolution on 3rd March 2016. The event provided a unique networking forum to connect you with engineers, scientists, managers and government officials responsible for municipal and industrial wastewater collection and treatment programmes, storm water management and surface water quality and ecology management.
Water Expo 2015
Grand Inauguration of the 9th Edition of WATER EXPO 2015 was held on 26th February 2015 by the distinguished Conference Committee Members of the water fraternity. The event provided a common dais to the industry experts to showcase the latest technologies and knowledge sharing interact with their peers in the water and wastewater industry. About 344 Exhibitors from India participated in 2015, an addition of 64 exhibitors from the 2014 show. Region-wise participation: close to 44% of the exhibitors were from southern region, 27% from western region, 21% from the northern region and 8% from other parts of India.Having earned good returns on their investment in 2014, almost 76% exhibitors returned to participate and exhibit in 2015.
Water Expo 2014
The 8th Edition of WATER EXPO 2014, inaugurated by His Excellency Dr. Konijeti Rosaiah, the Governor of Tamil Nadu, registered 22% increase in the number of participants compared to 2013. About 328 Exhibitors from India participated in 2014, an increase of 63 exhibitors from the 2013 show. 42% of the exhibitors were from Southern India, 29% from Western India, 20% from the Northern region and 9% from other parts of India. Having earned good returns on their investment in 2013, almost 76% exhibitors returned to participate and exhibit in 2014. India is a promising and growing market, and its booming economy is propelling the water industry to new heights.
Water Expo 2013
The 7th edition of WATER EXPO 2013 was inaugurated by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Former President of India and a renowned Scientist. The event brought together leading experts to network and hold discussions related to issues and perspectives in the Water and Wastewater Management for the region of South-East Asia. WATER EXPO 2013 saw 28% increase in the number of participants exhibiting at the event. Having earned good returns on their investment in 2012, almost 191 exhibitors returned to participate and exhibit in 2013, making it 79% repeat satisfied exhibitors. There were about 45 international companies from 25 countries around the world. Attendee turnout grew by 30% as nearly 22,730 visitors from all regions of the country and the globe walked the show floor. Moreover, the German Pavilions; Group Participations supported and organised by the German Ministry and AUMA Germany offered their support for the first time in India. India is a promising and growing market, and its booming economy is propelling the water industry to new heights.
Water Expo 2012
Once again, WATER EXPO 2012 proved to be India’s most happening Exhibition of the Water and Wastewater sector. The event showcased the latest products and technologies from over 280 exhibiting companies, from 21 countries and regions. The EXPO was inaugurated by Mr. Eugen Egetenmeir, Managing Director Messe Munchen International (IFAT) and Mr. B.V. Ramana, Honourable Minister of Tamil Nadu – Environment and Pollution Control. The three-day exhibition attracted 15,300 quality visitors, witnessing a 30% increase in visitors compared to last year’s show.
Water Expo 2011
The event witnessed major involvement by industry leaders and professionals. The well-organized expo was combined with an international conference – WATMAN 2011 and interactive workshops on Water and Wastewater management. The Expo witnessed a 48% increase in exhibitor’s participation compared to the 2010 edition.
Water Expo 2010
Held in Mumbai, the show enjoyed the presence of all the major international Water industry brands. The three-day event was a melting pot of lectures, presentations, business activities, deliberations and trend showcasing.
Water Expo 2009
Held in Chennai, this show paved the way for a stronger, more prosperous and sustainable future for both the industry and the environment. The three-day event was attended by international visitors from Indonesia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.
Pollutech Bangladesh 2008
Pollutech Bangladesh 2008 was an International exhibition on Pollution Control & Environmental Management Technologies organised by CERDI and co-organised by Water Today.
Water Expo 2007
Held in Hyderabad, the event was a huge success, where all the leading Water industry professionals and businesses from all over the globe converged on a common platform to explore fresh opportunities and avenues.
Water Expo 2006
Held in Chennai, the event witnessed the attendance of 5,500 trade visitor. Among these 63% of visitors were Owners, Directors or Managers, 68% of visitors discovered new products, 72% visitors discovered new suppliers and 38% of visitors placed orders during the show.
Water Expo Sri Lanka 2006
Water Today was the first Indian company to set a benchmark in Sri Lanka with the “Indo-Lanka Technology Transformation 2006 Expo”, this opened the gates for the national and international Water industry in the Lankan Water market, offering new income avenues to many companies.