WWEMA Washington Forum exceeds expections
Nearly 100 industry representatives took part in WWEMA's 28th annual Washington Forum, held in the nation's capital on May 2-4.
June 6, 2001--Nearly 100 industry representatives took part in WWEMA's 28th annual Washington Forum, held in the nation's capital on May 2-4.
Nineteen speakers were on hand to address a plethora of issues, from an insider's look at the environmental priorities of the Bush Administration and 107th Congress, to a global perspective of the economy and market opportunities for water and wastewater equipment manufacturers. Topics included:
* Environmental Priorities in the New Administration
* Today's Regulatory Proposals . . . Tomorrow's Technology Demands
* Environmental Policy in the 107th Congress
* Our Nation's H2O Infrastructure: Unseen . . . Undervalued . . . Until Now!
* International Business Resource Center
* The State of the U.S. Water & Wastewater Equipment Industry
* The State of the Global Economy for Manufacturers
* Traversing the World: Hot Spots for WWEMA Members
* First PNTR - Now What? How to Do Business in China
* Industry Perspectives on Doing Business Overseas: Lessons Learned and Futures Foreseen
A special report on the Washington Forum will accompany the May-June issue of WWEMA's Washington Analysis newsletter.