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Why should you attend RWM 2019?
We are thrilled to be partnered with the RWM Exhibition, which returns to the NEC Birmingham on September 11th and 12th.
RWM is an invaluable opportunity for environmental professionals and business owners alike, to learn about the latest technologies and solutions from across the industry. Ticket registrations are open, with tickets available on their website here.
If you need more convincing, take a look at our top 5 reasons to attend RWM 2019 (aside from to meet us and the “Battling Suicide Bus”!):
1. Networking opportunities
RWM is the UK’s largest recycling and waste management exhibition, welcoming over 22,000 delegates to the NEC, alongside its co-located shows: Future Resource Expo, The Contamination Expo Series, Flood Expo, and the Fasteners Expo.
You will have a chance to network with business owners, directors, and managers in RWM’s devoted Networking Area - which is located away from the busy exhibition floor, ensuring that you have the perfect conditions to generate business leads and potential partnerships with other like-minded professionals.
Last year a phenomenal £1.9bn was traded as a result of these environmental events.
2. 500 Pioneering Exhibitors – including us!
Being the UK’s premier recycling and waste management event, RWM hosts over 500 market-leading exhibitors. You can try, test and compare the latest innovations that are helping to revolutionise the way the businesses throughout the industry are carrying out their daily work.
We’re pleased to confirm that the “Battling Suicide Bus” will be exhibiting, make sure you visit us there on Stand X31! We’ll be sharing the amazing journey and work done by the 5asideChess and Battling Suicide Bus team, for “Driving Better Mental Health” - supported by How’s My Driving and National Recruitment Line.
3. 350 Expert-Led Seminars
A speaker line-up unlike any other! The list of keynote speakers is unmatched, with household and iconic names from every corner of the industry (and atmosphere), including: NASA, TerraCycle, Keep Britain Tidy, Costa Coffee, The Co-Op, Environment Audit Committee, Procter & Gamble, and Clean Up Britain patron Jeremy Paxman.
Visitors are advised to arrive early to secure their seats.
4. Panel Debates
Amongst the illustrious seminar timetable, is a series of panel debates you will not want to miss. Back by popular demand, is the return of the Leaders of the Waste World panel, containing Phil Piddington, Managing Director of Viridor, David Palmer-Jones, CEO of Suez, and Michael Topham, CEO of Biffa.
New for 2019, is The Equality Panel. Chaired by Beverley Simonson, Local Authority Support Manager for the London Waste and Recycling Board, the Equality Panel was created to celebrate the diversity within the industry, and to acknowledge where it needs to go in order to be fairer for our wide and varied society. This panel promises to be as eye opening as it is informative.
5. Free Tickets
Tickets for RWM are completely free!
You will not find a better opportunity to further your business by sourcing the best equipment and services, creating new business leads, and learning about the latest developments in the industry from the educational seminars and panel debates.
What’s more, RWM visitors who register for tickets in advance will be sent a free copy of the official 2019 showguide and all-show catalogue – complete with show highlights, keynote profiles, the full timetable, floorplan and exhibitor directory.
To secure free visitor tickets and a complimentary showguide for you and your colleagues, register online at rwmexhibition.com.
19 August 2019