Aquatech Amsterdam 2017 is Going to be a Success

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Aquatech Amsterdam 2017 is Going to be a Success
Aquatech Amsterdam 2017 is Going to be a Success

Aquatech Amsterdam 2017 has enjoyed a record sell-out. With five months still to go, all exhibition space has been allocated to new and long term exhibitors and a waiting list has been drawn up. Over 900 exhibitors will occupy more than 48,000 square meters of gross exhibition space, again making the show bigger than ever. Visitors can now register online to ensure free entrance.

“We are delighted with the swift take-up,” says Marieke Leenhouts, Sr. Product Manager Aquatech Amsterdam. “We are very grateful to our partners and all the companies who put their trust in us and see this as a big compliment to Aquatech. Interest is at an all-time high.”

There are a few stands still available or in option, mostly in the special pavilions such as the Industrial User Experience, Desalination and Smart Water pavilions and organisers are looking into solutions to accommodate popular demand by creating additional space on the balconies.

Exhibitor confidence is paramount. “We receive high marks in our visitor surveys but exhibitor feed-back translated in rebook is the real test,” she continues. “Although, as a team, we feel the event strengthens every edition, they tell us how successful Aquatech Amsterdam really is.”

Companies offering solutions tackling flood control are encouraged to look into possibilities at Floodex Europe. The show collocates with Aquatech Amsterdam and focusses on equipment, solutions and opportunities around preventing and dealing with flooding. Floodex Europe will connect leading suppliers and high quality international visitors from business and government in this booming sector.

“With a strong line-up of top industry exhibitors, extra show features and trending topics, we are confident that Aquatech Amsterdam 2017 will be a show to remember.”, concludes Leenhouts.

Posted on May 11, 2017 - (220 views)
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