The 2020 AWWA-WEF Transformative Issues Symposium on Communications brings together water sector professionals from across North America to discuss the most important and challenging issues associated with communications. This event features interactive sessions delivered by communications thought leaders, both from within and outside the water sector, and will engage attendees in discussions to help foster the exchange of ideas on this critical topic.
Registration for the AWWA/WEF Transformative Issues Symposium on Communications will open in Spring 2020.
Symposium dates are August 17-19, 2020 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Topics will focus on evolution and changes in water sector communications, digital communications, social media, building public trust, and addressing today’s water sector challenges. Symposium content will consider key questions, challenges, solutions, case studies, and critical topics most relevant to advance the knowledge and practice of communications in the water sector. Program details will be available here in April 2020.
Preliminary Schedule. All Symposium events take place at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza.
The Transformative Issues Symposium on Communications offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities to enhance your company's impact and visibility throughout the event.
We invite your company to take advantage of the sponsorship opportunities available below. Being a sponsor is a great way to leverage your presence at the event, increase your brand awareness, and put your organization’s name in front of all Symposium attendees.
Connect your company to a qualified and high-profile audience entirely interested in the knowledge and practice of communications in the water sector.
For sponsor inquiries please contact AWWA Sales.
Call for Abstracts closed on January 30. The planning committee will evaluate all submissions and AWWA will send notifications end of April 2020.
The AWWA/WEF Transformative Issues Symposium on Communications brings together water sector professionals to discuss today’s water communications challenges and opportunities.
Abstracts were requested to contain specific examples of how an organization has addressed key issues and identified success around a variety of topics including:
Please visit Presentation Responsibilities & Guidelines for additional guidelines, responsibilities and best practices to aid in preparing your presentation.
If you have any questions or need assistance please contact Education Services or call 800.926.7337.
For questions regarding registration, lodging or general conference questions, please contact the Conferences and Events Group.