WQA Aquatech USA is the trade show and conference aimed at the North American Water Industry which includes process water, drinking water, and wastewater for residential, commercial, ultra pure and industrial uses.
WQA Aquatech USA - Where the Industry Meets - attracts multiple water industry groups including process, drinking water, and ultrapure for residential, commercial, and industrial users. WQA Aquatech USA is a one-stop event that connects technologies, know-how, education, training, networking, and business opportunities to multiple water industries. It's where your industry and your association brings together - in one place - essential people, new ideas, and innovative technology. It is the most cost effective way to develop relationships, learn about equipment and devices, and pick up business tips.Don't miss this once-a-year opportunity to connect with your industry.
If you are a manufacturer, supplier, or simply involved with a product or service related to the residential, commercial, and/or industrial water treatment industry - you need to be an exhibitor at WQA AquatechUSA! You will have access to thousands of industry professionls who gather once a year for the industry-leading event! Plus, WQA Aquatech USA gives you national, international, and regional access to buyers.
WQA Aquatech USA will maximize your company's investment with special marketing and brand building opportunities including:
Why Exhibit at WQA Aquatech USA?
Did exhibitors accomplish their goals by exhibiting at WQA Aquatech USA 2013? 97% said YES!
Communicate your message
Distribute to new dealers, distributors, and representatives
Sell to attendees and exhibitors
Meet thousands of qualified leads
Strengthen industry relationships
Build brand awareness
And...ultimately Build Your Business!
The Water Quality Association (WQA) is a not-for-profit international trade association representing the residential, commercial and industrial water treatment industry. WQA maintains a close dialogue with other organizations representing different aspects of the water industry in order to best serve consumers, government officials, and industry members.