The commercial launch of the 8th World Water Forum will be announced next Wednesday (16th) in São Paulo. On this occasion, possibilities of participation of companies and institutions interested in the world’s largest water event will be presented. In addition to sponsorship quotas, companies may purchase booths at the Exhibition or at the Fair, spaces for institutional exposure and interaction with the public, estimated to be about 40 thousand people.
Other participation options for companies are group registrations and organization of parallel events. “The commercial launch of the World Water Forum is one of the most important stages in the organization process and in this initiative, one of the most important milestones in the global events calendar”, states Venilton Tadini, executive president of the Brazilian Association of Infrastructure and Basic Industries (Abdib), institution responsible for raising funds for the Forum. “The great variety and scope of investment and business opportunities engage brands of an increasingly demanding public and provide them with qualitative feedback of their image”, concludes Tadini.
“The Forum has a unique feature: it gathers scientists, leaders, parliamentarians, professionally engaged people, NGOs, researchers and common citizens. That’s why it’s a special opportunity for institutions to dialogue with all these audiences at the same time and in an efficient manner”, enhances Ricardo Andrade, executive director of the 8th World Water Forum.
The launching event will be held at Hotel Tivoli Mofarrej (Alameda Santos, 1437 – São Paulo) on August 16th, from 10 am to 1 pm. Participation confirmation is required by 08/14 through firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 8th World Water Forum will be held in Brasília between March 18th and 23rd, 2018. The event is organized by the World Water Council, the Ministry of Environment, the Brazilian Water Agency (ANA), the Federal District’s Regulatory Agency for Water, Sanitation and Energy (Adasa). The Brazilian Association of Infrastructure and Basic Industries (Abdib) is a member of the National Organizing Committee.