Aussie water professionals lead world congress

Posted 30 September 2016

World Water CongressThe world’s water leaders will be gathering in Brisbane this October 9-14 for the World Water Congress & Exhibition, with the week-long event offering Australians the opportunity to show off their expertise on the world stage.

Organised by the International Water Association, the World Water Congress & Exhibition (WWCE) is an international event showcasing the latest in water science, technology and best-practice management. 

“The themes at the WWCE 2016 will cover all aspects of the water cycle and give a solid scientific knowledge to session attendees – this is the world’s finest water expertise at the reach of Australians,” said Australian Water Association CEO Jonathan McKeown. 

“While the WWCE is great world shop window for Australian water expertise, it is also an opportunity for Australian water professionals to mingle and get acquainted with the world’s water leaders.

“Business forums, the regulators forums, and the basins, cities and technology forums are only a few of the many opportunities for Australian water professionals to learn about the latest best practice in their speciality fields.”

McKeown said the WWCE gives Australian attendees the chance to learn about cutting-edge innovations, network with international peers and show off their own knowledge to prospective business leads. 

“Bridging the space between industry, business, technology, innovation, practice and science to share knowledge and develop networks that will shape the water agenda for decades to come,” McKeown said. 

The event is promoted to a worldwide network of more than 50,000 water professionals through multiple digital channels and international, regional and local media partners. 

“Attendees have the chance to be the face of the Australian water industry and contribute to our world-class reputation.”

To learn more about the Congress or register for attendance, visit the Australian Water Association website