WIAA 2014 busts all previous records
Such is the popularity and prestige of the Water Industry Achievement Awards in the industry calendar, that organisers WET News and Water and Wastewater Treatment are reporting double digit growth over previous years.
The awards take place on April 1 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole. The number of guests attending this year's event has grown to such a point - more than 420 which is double the number five years ago - that the event has outgrown the Hilton's King's Suite and has moved to the larger Palace Suite.
"The event has been a sell-out, which is absolutely fantastic. But the move to the Hilton's bigger Palace Suite means we are in a position to offer a limited number of new tables, so don't miss this opportunity to rub shoulders with the water industry's peers and innovative thinkers," said Maureen Gaines, editor of WET News and organiser of the awards.
Click here to book your table.
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