U.S. Small Business Administration selects The Water Council for Regional Innovation Cluster Award

logoMILWAUKEE, Sept. 30 – U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet announced today that The Water Council has been selected as one of four new Regional Innovation Cluster awardees, adding to its portfolio of high-performing regional innovation networks across the country.

These cluster initiatives focus on the most effective approaches to linking small businesses to regional networks of leading research, commercialization tools and financing. The Water Council will focus on the creation of a Center of Excellence (CoE) for Freshwater Innovation and Small Business Development. The CoE will promote the growth and development of small businesses operating in the water technology sector, initially in the Midwest and then expanding across the United States.

“The problem today is that while small businesses act as engines that drive job creation and economic development, many lack access to critical resources needed to catalyze and sustain growth,” said Rich Meeusen, chairman, president and CEO of Badger Meter, Inc. and co-chair and co-founder of The Water Council. “This contract by the SBA will allow The Water Council to invest in building support systems that will increase small water cluster businesses’ access to these critical resources, enabling them to grow faster, employ more people, and have a greater economic impact on their surrounding community.”

“The Water Council has made great progress ensuring Milwaukee’s place as a world water leader, growing the regional economy and has become a global leader in supporting the development of Wisconsin’s small water technology businesses,” said U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin. “By working with the U.S. Small Business Administration, The Water Council can now extend its expertise to small businesses across the United States.”

“With over 300 water technology companies in Wisconsin, the state offers a unique advantage in water innovation and business development through The Water Council,” said Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. “This designation further solidifies the state as a launch pad for small water technology businesses.”

The four Regional Innovation Cluster awardees, ranging from $500,000 to $550,000, were selected from more than 40 applicants and represent a wide range of diverse geographic areas and industries.

“Milwaukee has a history of successfully building small businesses in the water technology industry as evidenced by its current list of multi-national water technology corporations, many which began in the city more than a century ago,” said Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, a member of The Water Council board of directors.

The development of the Center of Excellence for Freshwater Innovation and Small Business Development will elevate The Water Council’s role as a global water leader. In partnership with InnovationExchange and inno360, The Water Council will develop the Water Collaborative Innovation Platform, a web-based search, innovation management and analytics tool that will enable water industry and academic researchers worldwide to conduct the most complete mining of water research information that has ever existed.

“The world is undergoing a catastrophic water crisis. No longer is water a calamity for arid developing countries – it is now an issue that everyone must face no matter where we call home,” said Dean Amhaus, president and CEO, The Water Council. “The Center of Excellence will help train small businesses as they navigate the international marketplace and deploy their innovative technologies to help solve these water challenges.”

Supporting The Water Council’s CoE will be a team of experts that will include the Alliance for Water Stewardship, Defense Alliance, International Water Association, Imagine H2O, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Institute for Water Business, U.S. Department of Commerce’s Commercial Service, Water Environment Federation, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, and Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership. The CoE will further establish Milwaukee’s water technology cluster as the go-to destination for small businesses seeking resources for growth, and continue to strengthen the cluster by attracting new and innovative talent from around the country.


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HIRING: Event Coordinator at The Water Council – Apply by Oct. 13

Nametags_HorizontalCropThe Water Council is seeking qualified applicants for a new full-time Event Coordinator position.

Our work environment offers a casual, yet fast-paced atmosphere where multitasking is essential. The ideal candidate should be comfortable working both independently and in a team setting. They must efficiently allocate time for optimal performance and effectively handle multiple demands, priorities and deadlines with an eye for detail.

EVENT COORDINATOR is responsible for planning, coordinating and execution of all logistical details and operations of multiple events simultaneously. Assists in developing accountable goals and objectives and implements strategies to assure achievement of goals. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Communications or Marketing. Two to four years experience in directing events, developing strategies and successful goal attainment; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

CLICK HERE for the complete position description.

Applicants should submit cover letter and resume to office@thewatercouncil.com by Monday, October 13. Please include the position title in the subject line of the email.

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September 2014 Job Announcements

Nametags_HorizontalCropAttention Job Seekers! Searching for a career in the water technology sector? Below is a list of open opportunities offered by Water Council members. Click on the titles to read position descriptions and application instructions. Please share this with your network!

Badger Meter

Marketing Communications Specialist
This Marketing Communications Specialist is responsible for working directly for the Integrated Marketing Services Manager, and is involved in all aspects of marketing communications, including writing content, developing messaging, and creating materials for market initiatives such as advertising, press releases, case studies, public relations, sales collateral, Web site, and multimedia.


Business Development Manager
The Business Development Manager is vital to execute important business development milestones. These include business concept development, partnerships and customer relations. An effective Business Development Manager will combine relevant technical know-how with excellent people skills and an ability to get things done under challenging conditions. The Business Development Manager will be instrumental in devising and implementing the strategy for meeting sales performance targets; this person will drive peak performance and sales success across the organization.  

Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP

Marketing Intern
Seeking a Marketing Intern for the fall semester of 2014. This intern will be guided by marketing professionals to assist with firm-wide business development initiatives. The intern will gain exposure and develop expertise in the following areas: professional writing, social media, market research, marketing information flow, public relations, database management, technology-related marketing initiatives (e.g., website, webinars, etc.) and promotional efforts.

Marketing & Business Development Coordinator
The Marketing and Business Development Coordinator will work closely with the Marketing & Business Development Manager to coordinate and carry out initiatives for specific practice groups, industry teams and offices. The individual in this position will be responsible for ensuring successful planning, execution and measurement of firm events such as conferences, seminars and tradeshows. The individual will also be responsible for coordinating the activities involved in the document preparation for Requests for Proposals, press releases and research projects. 

Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD)

Laboratory Manager
The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) is seeking an experienced Laboratory Manager.      The District’s laboratory provides environmental testing services, including water, waste and biosolids for regulatory and process purposes. We are the largest municipal wastewater lab in the state, with a staff of 22+ trained professionals.  The laboratory is certified by WDNR and NELAP and the successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of these laboratory accreditation requirements.

The Nature Conservancy 

Water Funds Coordinator
The Nature Conservancy is seeking to hire a Water Funds Coordinator as part of its Global Water Program to lead the curation and dissemination of knowledge products on Water Funds within and outside TNC; facilitate peer-to-peer networking, incl. internal community of practices on watershed conservation; author and review scientific and economic analyses on Water Fund-related projects; build strategic partnerships with water industry and global brands; and, provide high-level administrative and project management support to senior staff and other members of the Conservancy’s Global Water Program. This position is a one year position, pending further acquisition of funds.


Product Marketing Analyst I (Job ID 104894)
The Product Specialist is responsible for assisting the Product Managers with day to day activities including price quotations, new product development, product certification, and forecasting. Key tasks will be directed by the Product Managers to help promote activities in multiple sales channels including both the professional OEM customers as well as working with the retail teams to secure new business opportunities.  This will include working with multiple disciplines including sales, finance, engineering, and marketing communications.

Junior Operations Supervisor (Job ID 104943)
This position is responsible for leading and providing direction to an organization that produces products on-time with consideration to all safety, quality procedures, policies, and instructions. Responsibilities include training, scheduling, overseeing quality issues, resolving routine operating problems and employee supervision for all production shifts in Glendale.  All responsibilities are executed in accordance with the mission philosophy and objectives of the company.

Stormwater Solutions Engineering, LLC

Marketing Assistant
Stormwater Solutions Engineering, LLC (SSE) is a civil engineering firm specializing in stormwater management, drainage design and green infrastructure. SSE desires to add a motivated part-time individual to assist in various duties relating to water quality project management, including: website updates, direct mailings, clerical duties, and development of marketing collateral materials.

If your a member of The Water Council and have job openings and internships available, please send a position description, details, submission deadline, and a link to posting to: admin@thewatercouncil.com.


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September 2014 Q3 Member Meeting Recap

BrewhouseSquareThursday, September 18 marked our 3rd Quarterly Member Meeting of 2014! Thank you to Grucon Group for hosting us at the RiverCenter in Schlitz Park. As always, it was a pleasure to see many familiar faces, as well as many new members attending for the first time. For those that were unable to attend, here is a brief recap and link to the presentation below.

Gary Grunau, President, Grucon Group, welcomed The Water Council and members to Schlitz Park, site of the former Schlitz Brewery which his company has converted to an urban office park over a decade ago, and recently has undergone another multi-million dollar renovation to accommodate new tenants and add new on-site amenities.

Featured Speaker: Rob Gottschalk, Principal/Economic Positioning, Vandewalle Associates, presented the recently completed Leadership Strategic Vision (LSV) for The Water Council. This new strategic plan re-positions The Water Council as an international organization that is headquartered in Milwaukee, at the center of our water technology cluster.

The LSV’s foundational mission is economic growth through improving world water health. This will be accomplished by: developing solutions that address world water challenges; grow sales, exports, and jobs; and attract businesses and talent to the region.

The Vision of the LSV for The Water Council is to be the globally connected epicenter of freshwater research, innovation, education, and business development.

Rob outlined 3 key strategic directions of the LSV: enhance our leadership position as the Water Center of Excellence; target research and development on global needs; and grow international market readiness, networks, and talent. You can see the specific breakdown of these and other components of the LSV by downloading the full meeting powerpoint (below). It was stressed during a brief Q&A session after Rob’s presentation that the LSV is a working, living document, and it can be altered as The Water Council continues to grow and embark on new paths.

FullSizeRenderThe BREW: Elizabeth Thelen, Director of Entrepreneurship & Talent, The Water Council, briefly discussed ways that members can engage with BREW Batch II entrepreneurs. Specifically, she invited Members to learn about the new companies through conversation, offer pilot/beta sites on their premises to the entrepreneurs, become mentors through strategic pairings, invest in the new companies through projects, contracts, and capital, and connect Batch II winners with a customer base that fits with their product.

Elizabeth also invited Batch II winners to give a 1-minute pitch of their respective companies, and also provide an “ask” of Members, which ranged from funding, acquiring talent, idea sharing, and site visits.

PelicanGuest Presenter: Hensley Foster, President, Stonehouse Water Technologies, talked to the group about the Milwaukee Water Research Project, which features the Pelican, a smart mini water treatment node.

The Pelican is able to eliminate 99.99% of bacteria in water, reduces heavy metals (including, arsenic, lead, mercury, chromium, and others), operates on low energy outputs, and can provide drinking and cooking water to over 1,000 people daily.

The Pelican is unique because it is a state of the art, decentralized, total water treatment system incorporated into one product, with a small, portable footprint, which can increase scale by adding units. The Pelican will soon be operational at the water plaza in Reed Street Yards, directly across from the Global Water Center. Hensley also made a specific call to action of Members to support Stonehouse Water Technologies in the Chase Mission Main Street Grant program, by voting HERE (please note that a Facebook account is required to vote).

Marketing Update: Meghan Jensen, Director of Marketing & Membership, The Water Council, provided a snapshot of activities that have occurred since our last meeting, including the JPMorgan Chase Small Business Forward grant, Investments in Water Technology Week, delegation visits from Israel and Ningbo, China, and the grand opening of UW-Milwaukee’s School of Freshwater Sciences expansion.

She also highlighted the planned WI Delegation to WEFTEC 2014 in New Orleans, September 27-October 1. The Wisconsin Water Innovation Pavilion (Booth 4045) will be located next to the WEFTEC Innovation Pavilion (Booth 4025) and is sponsored by several industry and academic organizations. Various engagement opportunities were touched upon, including the 2014 WI WEFTEC Look Book, Guest-blogging opportunities during the conference, matching services from both WEDC and U.S. Commercial Services, and complimentary, reserved meeting room space. Be sure to mark your calendars for WEFTEC 2015, September 26-30, Chicago, and visit the WI Delegation Website, HERE.

Lastly, new members that have joined The Water Council Member Network since the last meeting were recognized, including: Argonne National Lab, Dairy Business Association, Data Holdings, IFMA Southeast WI Chapter, JPMorgan Chase, K4 Environmental Technologies, Racine Metal-Fab, Schenck s.c., Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, and the WI Department of Natural Resources. Become a Member Today!

Talent & Education Committee: Heather Koehn, Committee Co-Chair & Marketing Manager, Pentair, and Joe Russell, Committee Co-Chair & President, Watertech of America,  gave a call to action for those in attendance and all members to increase their engagement through the ‘Pay It Forward’ Campaign. Examples of ways this can be accomplished is by offering tours at your respective facility, making yourself available to be a featured speaker or panelist at industry events,  or connect over coffee with future water leaders. If you are unsure of how you can become engaged, Heather will be happy to assist you in identifying engagement opportunities that fit your schedule, contact her at heather.koehn@pentair.com.

Co-chairs also briefly highlighted Nate Conroy, STEMhero, who participated in the Millennial Trains Project this summer. Nate visited 10 cities across the U.S., including Washington D.C. where he represented Milwaukee’s water technology cluster very well!

Other initiatives announced included: The Water Talent Book; a Professional Development Workshop on October 29, 5:30-7:30pm at the Global Water Center; a Speed-Networking event November 12, also at the Global Water Center; and a call to join the Talent/Education group on LinkedIn, Here.

Download & View the Full Presentation

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US Commercial Service Assistance at WEFTEC

WEFTEC-2014-logo3We are pleased to announce the ShowTime program, conducted at WEFTEC 2014 by the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce. WEFTEC is a participant of the 2014 International Buyer Program and exhibitors are offered free services from the U.S. Department of Commerce as part of the program.
Environment Specialists from U.S. Embassies and Consulates around the world will be at the show and available for one-on-one meetings with U.S. companies exhibiting at WEFTEC 2014.  These Commercial Specialists are your U.S. representatives and business advocates in their host countries. They can discuss the current market situation, export issues important to your firm, and export opportunities in their respective markets.  If you are already exporting, they are also available to work with you to find additional partners, new markets and/or increase your market share.   
Countries participating in 2014*:
Saudi Arabia**
United Kingdom
Export-Import Bank
Small Business Administration
*Please note the list of countries participating is subject to change.
** Expected but not confirmed
Appointments will take place either at the exhibitor’s booth or in the Global Center at WEF Plaza in hall G.
Advance registration required:  These appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis and the schedule fills up quickly. Companies that wish to participate must register in advance through the U.S. Department of Commerce ShowTime Program.  There is no fee for this service. The deadline to register is September 19, 2014.
To participate in these one-on-one meetings with in-country experts, please complete the registration form at the following link: http://build.export.gov/minnesota/forms/index.asp
We will then forward your completed company profile to our country/industry Commercial Specialists from the countries you select.   Meetings will be held on September 29th, 30th and October 1st (You will receive your meeting schedule by Thursday, September 25, 2014). If you cannot personally attend, please make sure your export and/or international department(s) is aware of this value-added service.
For further information regarding Showtime appointments with U.S. Commercial Service, please contact: David Edmiston at David.Edmiston@trade.gov, phone: (612) 348-1644.​​
More information about the Wisconsin Water Innovation Pavilion (Booth #4045) at WEFTEC 2014 can be found on the WEDC WEFTEC website.


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Be our Guest-Blogger for WEFTEC 2014!

WEFTEC-2014-logo3With a high concentration of water industry experts, Wisconsin has earned a reputation for sustainable leadership that has helped make The Water Council a global authority on advanced water technology development and deployment. Heading into WEFTEC 2014, Sept. 27 – Oct.1, in New Orleans, it’s important to tap that leadership and expertise to achieve visibility on a national and international scale. With almost 50 organizations exhibiting at this year’s conference that are Wisconsin-based or have substantial operations within the state including a number of entrepreneurs and academics, The Water Council would like to provide your company an opportunity for further exposure.

To support thought leadership efforts leading up to WEFTEC, we would like to invite you to write a contributed article that highlights your expertise about a water-related topic. Your article may be highlighted as a blog post on In Wisconsin @Events. Please feel free to choose from the list of topics below or select a topic of your choice. If your article is featured on the @Events blog, we will alert you and promote the piece through The Water Council, WEDC and partner social media channels. We would also encourage you to share the Events Blog with your network of water industry influencers via email, social media or other effective channels. Simply share the link here (www.inwisconsin.com/events-blog).

Below is a list of topics for your consideration:

· Alliance for Water Stewardship: highlight details of new role for TWC; significance for businesses in North America and the world
· Share insight into The Water Council’s Water Collaborative Innovation Platform
· Details of recent study from Fund for Lake Michigan: Measuring the Economic Impact of Water Quality Initiatives: A study of the Fund for Lake Michigan
· Overview of the results of the Wisconsin Sustainable Business Council Survey; and how this compares nationally
· New water companies around Wisconsin and the innovative ideas they’re developing
· Water stewardship for businesses
· Importance of safe and healthy drinking water for the world; how Wisconsin is making a difference

If you’re interested in participating in this opportunity, please contact Katie Waite, PR Account Executive, Nelson Schmidt, Inc., kwaite@n-s.com. Submissions will be edited for style and length, with revisions sent to you for your approval prior to publication. WEDC and Nelson Schmidt are available to help refine your topic prior to writing, or to assist with writing if desired. If your blog post is shared we’d simply need a high-quality headshot from you and any other photos you’d like to share.​

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Media coverage opportunity at WEFTEC 2014

WEFTEC-2014-logo3The Water Council is partnering with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation to promote Wisconsin’s water technology capabilities at the upcoming WEFTEC conference in New Orleans. In addition to supplying an attention-grabbing Wisconsin trade show pavilion for The Water Council and our exhibition partners, WEDC will be providing and seeking media coverage of innovations taking place in the state. If you have a new technology you are promoting at the conference, please contact Kelly Lietz, WEDC’s Vice President of Marketing at kelly.lietz@wedc.org. Kelly will be writing stories to be featured on WEDC’s blog highlighting Wisconsin’s participation in WEFTEC. These stories will also be shared with the media.​

For more information about the Wisconsin Delegation to WEFTEC 2014 please visit www.inwisconsin.com/weftec

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Water Online Heralds Alliance for Water Stewardship’s Standard

In the August issue of Water Online – The Magazine, the Milwaukee region was named one of 12 Top Sites in America for Water Technology. The EPA has identified 12 water technology clusters throughout the United States. The areas consist of businesses, education and research institutions, and other organizations focused on the future of water innovation. The featured story provides a snapshot of the enormous tasks these various clusters have taken on in their respective regions and details how innovative clusters focused on water technology, innovation and sustainability are emerging throughout North America.

Also notable in the August issue is the Letter from the Editor, Kevin Westerling, titled, “New Standard Applies to Every Water Manager, Everywhere.” The letter details the recent spring 2014 launch of the Alliance for Water Stewardship’s Standard, and how implementation of said standard can be done by water companies of all sizes. He briefly touches on the certification process and various stages that must be carried with proof of execution. It is yet another example of how our Members are continually recognized as leading water innovators, and further proof that the adoption of the International Water Stewardship Standard is vital for the future of our most precious natural resource. READ MORE

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Wisconsin Delegation in Action at WEFTEC 2014

WEFTEC-2014-logo3The Wisconsin  Water Delegation to WEFTEC 2014 in New Orleans will be in full action during our inaugural trip to the world’s largest water technology convention! With roughly 50 organizations comprised of established companies, academia and start-ups with headquarters or substantial operations in Wisconsin exhibiting at this year’s show, Wisconsin’s water cluster will be nicely represented.

Additionally, The Water Council and our partner Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation have arranged multiple official WEFTEC events to showcase our water technology cluster even further, the following events should not be missed.

Session 110: Water Entrepreneur Showcase I – What’s BREWing in Milwaukee?

The BREW, which stands for Business. Research. Entrepreneurship. In Wisconsin., is the only mentor-driven seed accelerator program solely focused on solving freshwater issues with innovative startups producing cutting-edge technology and solutions. This session will feature current winners, known as Batch II, as The BREW enters it’s second year at the Global Water Center, located in Milwaukee. Join Elizabeth Thelen, The Water Council, as she introduces our newest Batch of entrepreneurs to a global audience, and learn of the innovative technologies and startup companies BREWing in Milwaukee! Featured companies include:

  • Cadens, LLC: A Wisconsin based company that assists in the design, manufacture, installation, and operation of economical small and micro-scale hydropower systems.
  • Pellucid Water: From UW-Madison, this company focuses on decontamination of water through a unique application that can remove dissolved chemicals from water and other solutions.
  • Hydro-Lite: This company owns a patented water sterilization device that uses ultraviolet light to eliminate bacteria, viruses and protozoa from freshwater sources.
  • pHinding Solutions: This biotechnology water company can wirelessly measure and transfer the ionic levels of water through a patent pending technology, improving productivity while reducing associated costs.
  • WatrHub: Hailing from Toronto, this data and analytics company delivers actionable intelligence for municipal, industrial and agricultural water sectors to enable faster, more confident decision making.
  • Wellntel: This startup gives real-time understanding of well and surrounding water table dynamics through constant measuring and reporting of water levels on a private website or app.
  • Ijinus: This honorable mention is a French company that offers autonomous ultrasonic level sensors.

Session 110: Water Entrepreneur Showcase I – What’s BREWing in Milwaukee? 
Monday, September 29 – 11:00AM-12:00PM 
WEFTEC Innovation Pavilion – Booth 4029

Session 333: (STORM)Water Innovation Clusters from Milwaukee to NOLA

Speakers will discuss how innovation clusters are moving the stormwater sector forward. Steve Picou, NOLA Vibe Consulting, will discuss formation of the New Orleans Water Innovation Cluster. The cluster seeks to unite Louisiana institutions and organizations in further developing the state’s research, education, engineering and related restoration assets into a globally competitive set of industries with exportable expertise and products that help the state capitalize on its water challenges.

Elizabeth Thelen, The Water Council, and Mike Jozwik, Hanging Gardens, will discuss how water innovation clusters are helping companies innovate and commercialize stormwater technology, while stimulating economic development and job creation. They will share the story of The Water Council’s Business. Research. Entrepreneurship. in Wisconsin (BREW) business accelerator and illustrate how this collaborative approach has benefited startup green roof and stormwater management companies Vegetal i.D. and Hanging Gardens.

Session 333: (STORM)Water Innovation Clusters from Milwaukee to NOLA 
Tuesday, September 30 – 10:00AM-10:30AM 
Stormwater Pavilion – Booth 8303

Additional opportunities for all of Wisconsin water companies to gain visibility, make connections, and explore new ideas through our network include:

Also, be sure to download the official WEFTEC 2014 app in order to make the most out of your visit to NOLA, it’s full of useful tools to help you navigate the convention floor, add events and sessions to a personal agenda, and meet and network with other attendees through an innovative social feature, and much more! The below video describes some of the features useful to you.


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Tap into The Water Council’s network at WEFTEC 2014 – Panel Discussion

To conclude Investments in Water Innovation Week, the WEDC held an informational panel discussion that detailed the efforts that they have been undertaking to make sure that the inaugural Wisconsin Innovation Pavilion at WEFTEC 2014 is a success.

The presented and discussed topics of ways to get involved with the Pavilion, best practices and strategies when attending, and answered many questions, including why it is so important to highlight the water technology cluster that exists in Wisconsin at WEFTEC. The most talked about topic was Wisconsin’s 2014 WEFTEC Look Book. The “look book” is a beneficial and efficient way to highlight each of the individual water technology companies from Wisconsin, by providing a company profile. These “look books” would then be distributed to international delegations attending WEFTEC, and potentially lead to new deals and partnerships. To download the Wisconsin 2014 WEFTEC Look Book form, CLICK HERE.

The WEDC has also created a website solely dedicated to WEFTEC 2014, you may learn more information about the WI Innovation Pavilion, view important contacts, and access an attendee resources page, which is meant as your one stop shop for anything you may need to know before attending the conference, access that page by clicking HERE.

Do you want to stay in the loop when new WEFTEC blogs are posted to the WEDC WEFTEC site, or get important reminders, and helpful tips, then sign-up to be on the WEFTEC mailing list, and stay informed, CLICK HERE.

While at WEFTEC you will hopefully make meaningful connections, and network with some of the finest talent in the world. These chance encounters can even lead to new partnerships, deals or contracts! Well, the WEDC has arranged for private meeting space just across from the convention center, contact Sarah Bownds, WEDC Events Manager, to arrange meeting times, at sarah.bownds@wedc.org.

For those that plan on joining us at WEFTEC but were not able to make the informational meeting, we have the full slide deck that contains much useful information. Please feel free to view and download it, HERE.


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