Mark your calendars: WaterTAP is gearing up to host the third annual edition of Ontario Water Innovation Week (OnWIN) in Toronto from October 22 to October 26, 2018. You will want to save the date for a week full of exciting water industry events. As preparations unfold, expect further updates about OnWIN, but in the meantime here are the most important details:
We’re bringing the world to Canada. We’re proud to partner with Rethink Events to host the highly anticipated World Water-Tech North America Summit (October 24-25). This forum attracts top utility leaders, innovative technology providers, and investors to discuss the latest proven solutions for today’s most significant water challenges, share best practices, and make valuable business connections. Plan to be there if you’re looking for great opportunities to meet decision makers.
We’re looking to the future. We’re planning another immersive agenda for this year’s Water Innovation in Action (October 23), which sets its sights on celebrating progress toward a sustainable water future in Ontario. If you want to meet and connect with the people, companies, and organizations who are already taking brave steps toward this goal, this is a must-attend event.
Expect more to come. Last year’s OnWIN offered more than 15 events, including conferences, workshops, and networking receptions. Stay tuned for more news about the week’s agenda, early bird registration, and the official OnWIN 2018 event site launch.
Interested in partnering with OnWIN? Contact Kerry Freek at kerry.freek@WaterTAPontario.com.
Some feedback from OnWIN 2017:
- “Absolutely the best conference I’ve been to all year in terms of potential leads and partnerships.”
- “Thank you. That was one of the best events I have ever attended. I could connect with people that I had planned to see or even didn’t realize it would be possible to meet them and enjoyed every moment of it.”
- “I would like to extend my congratulations on an impeccable event. Great organization, impressive content with an A-list of speakers and panelists, well attended, and quite lively.”