LAST CHANCE: WWETT Speaker Deadline Aug. 1

Hurry! Speaker proposals for the WWETT Show must be submitted by Aug. 1.
LAST CHANCE: WWETT Speaker Deadline Aug. 1

Here at COLE Publishing, planning has kicked into high gear for the annual Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport (WWETT) Show. We're busy nailing down details for the best trade show for environmental service professionals, which will take over the Indianapolis Convention Center on Feb. 23-26, 2015. If you've never attended, the show is a must (picture huge halls full of equipment, exhibitors and industry professionals).

But we need your help and expertise.

We're seeking speaker proposals, and the deadline is closing in fast. If you're interested in sharing your expertise, you must submit a proposal form by Friday, Aug. 1

The 60-minute presentations should cover these topics from a neutral non-product-specific point of view. Think educational, not promotional.

We are accepting submissions on the following topics:

  • Septic collection, treatment, disposal

  • Grease collection, treatment, disposal

  • Onsite systems – installation, components, maintenance

  • Dewatering, biosolids, treatment, technology

  • Pricing and services
  • Marketing and promotion
  • Customer relations/retention
  • Sales and business generation
  • Truck maintenance & operation
  • Safety

  • Technology and software

  • Excavation methods

Click here to fill out the form.

Bonus! Speakers whose submissions are accepted will receive four full registration passes to WWETT 2015 and a $100 speaking fee.

Accepted presentations will also receive extensive coverage in our industry trade journals, WWETT promotional pieces, direct mail and websites. Check out the 2015 WWETT Show website to learn more about this tremendous opportunity.  

If you’re interested in submitting a proposal, fill out the Call For Papers form at www.wwett.com/CFP or contact Julie Gensler at julieg@colepublishing.com or 866/933-2653.



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