The Flood Expo returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 11 and 12 September 2019

The Flood Expo is the world’s largest exhibition and conference designed to help the most progressive flood professionals and property owners discover the latest innovative products, services and strategies that transform the way flooding is predicted, prevented, and managed. Being the biggest event of its kind, the Flood Expo seeks to form partnerships with the best of the best with regards to associations and organisations that represent the needs of the industry.

The Flood Expo is ecstatic to announce its partnership with Instrumentation Monthly, a truly respected member of the industry and one that we know will benefit the event and its visitors.

The Flood Expo is already a truly stacked event for its visitors, delivering on its promise of cutting edge exhibitors, world class educational opportunities, and a visitor base of decision makers and management teams. Already announced to speak are the like of Andy Lee from the National Fire Chief’s Council who will be analysing in depth DEFRA’s Flood Rescue Concept, alongside the returning likes of Daniel M. Rosenburg from Gravitas International who will be discussing their award winning products. These seminar programmes are designed to not only give visitors industry relevant education, but to allow visitors to also get an in depth view into the products and services that are available on the market.

These seminars will complement the exhibitors displaying their cutting edge products, services, and technologies. With brands such as Wavin, SDS Ltd, FM Conway, and Stormmeister, the Flood Expo will have representatives from all over the globe. This is an unrivalled chance to meet these professionals, understand their products, and assess the capabilities against your own personal needs.

Flood Expo tickets are available now from floodexpo.co.uk, where you can also find all the information about the event. If you wish to inquire about exhibiting opportunities, please get in contact with James Berryman on 01872 218007 or email james.berryman@prysmgroup.co.uk

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