A New Approach to Global Water Solutions

The only water-related B2B professional exhibition in Taiwan, the Taiwan International Water Week (TIWW) will be held at Taipei World Trade Center Hall 1 from October 14 -16. The TIWW online exhibition will be launched simultaneously from October 14 to November 12. Exhibitors will have an opportunity to remotely connect with buyers worldwide to expand sales volume in all directions, despite pandemic restrictions.

The TIWW online exhibition will use virtual booths to display innovative digitization services while combining video and 3D methods to present the exhibits’ characteristics fully. 

In order to reach a larger audience, TIWW aims to provide a limitless environment that breaks all the physical and time rules by allowing buyers to make face-to-face video meetings and engage in real-time text conversations with exhibitors in the hope of bringing business opportunities to the water-related industry all over the world.

At present, major domestic suppliers such as Appro Technology, Chuan Yi Electric Machinery, GMORS, ITRI, and major domestic public associations, including the Taiwan Environmental Manufacturers Association (TEMA), have successfully registered for the exhibitions.

 In addition, the Water Resources Agency (WRA) has partnered with several major suppliers to exhibit the pavilion and organize TIWW International Forums during the exhibition. The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) will conduct diversified activities, such as industry seminars, one-on-one procurement meetings, government procurement meetings, and popular product launches.

TIWW is an excellent platform to assist suppliers in expanding into the international market. It integrates the complete supply chain of the upper, middle, and lower reaches of the water-related industry and facilitates one-stop procurement for global buyers. 

This year, TIWW is expected to attract tens of thousands of Taiwanese and worldwide buyers to visit its physical and online exhibitions. 

For more information on the exhibition, visit: www.taiwanintlwaterweek.com