WWETT Show kicks off, let’s talk and find out more about your company and the industry.
The 2016 Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport (WWETT) Show has arrived, and it’s a show that will amaze you from the moment you walk through the doors.
You’ll have more educational opportunities than you could imagine, and you’ll see the newest equipment from manufacturers you know — and some you may not.
The show opens Wednesday, Feb. 17, with Education Day. It’s a great opportunity to hear from industry professionals on subjects from hydroexcavation to confined-space training and more. Courses begin at 8 a.m. and continue all day. Education seminars continue on Thursday and Friday.
The show floor opens on Feb. 18 with more than 600 companies exhibiting in more than 560,000 square feet of space at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. This is where you can see the newest equipment available and talk to the manufacturers.
CONNECTING WITH ME
If you’re in Indianapolis now (Feb. 17-20) and headed over to the Indiana Convention Center for the WWETT Show, I want to hear from you.
You can call at 800/257-7222 or email me at email@example.com.
There’s also a new and exciting way for us to get together and talk about the industry: The WWETT Show Kickoff Party at Lucas Oil Stadium, on Wednesday, Feb. 17, and Thursday, Feb. 18, from 5-8 p.m. It’s another way for attendees and exhibitors to network. Cold beverages and snacks will be served around the popular COLE Pub truck, and exhibitor sponsors will have displays to check out.
IDEAS TO TALK ABOUT
I’ll be on hand at the kickoff event both nights and look forward to chatting with you, but what do you want to talk about? Here are some ideas:
Surviving the downturn in the industry — It’s being felt everywhere, but tell me how your company is making it through this downturn in the oil and gas industry. What ideas do you have for other companies? What has been the key to success for you?
Finding the right employee — We all know it can be tough to find that perfect person. How are you doing it? Are you using ads in the local paper or on radio? Or maybe word-of-mouth? Let’s talk about ideas.
New equipment additions — Are you scoping out some new equipment for your company? What are you looking for and why do you want that equipment? How will it help your company?
YOUR TURN NOW
Now the ball is in your court. Hearing from you will help make this magazine better by helping me understand what you want. Even if you’re not going to the show this year, I’d still like to hear from you and get your thoughts on these talking points.
Enjoy this issue!