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Professional Supporting Program highlights 2019

IFAT India Environmental Technology Forum will bring together local and international representatives from associations and government, industry leaders and leading companies to highlight and discuss challenges and solutions in the water, sewage, waste management and air pollution control sectors.

  • Start-ups I Universities I NGOs
    Following the over-whelmingly successful launch of experience.science.future. at IFAT 2018 in Munich, the future platform is now coming to India! It provides innovative start-ups, universities and NGOs a unique and cost-effective platform to present themselves to a wide audience. Incorporated in the Active Learning Centre, IFAT India’s hub for interactive formats, participants can expect an attractive stand concept, excellent networking opportunities and plenty of interested visitors and young professionals alike! Another step towards IFAT India’s aim to promote capacity building and career development in the environmental sector.

  • Buyer Seller Forum
    IFAT India 2018 saw a truly successful launch of its Buyer Seller Forum with 379 meetings being arranged between exhibitors and the industry’s leading buyers. Use the opportunity of a one-on-one meeting with buyers from your requested target group to understand their requirements, exchange contact information and perhaps even close a deal!

    Make sure to apply free of charge - and we will do the rest.

  • Business to Government Forum
    Government officials present new environmental tenders, projects and government initiatives and provide insights into the current environmental challenges and future projects in their states and metropolitan regions.

  • Sustainable Sanitation and Solid Waste Management Conclave in association with All India Institute of Local Self Government
    The Conclave provides a platform to the urban local government leaders, city administrators, public enterprises, urban planners, sector experts, entrepreneurs, all other disciplines and business involved in improving city’s infrastructure relevant to creating sustainable sanitation and solid waste management systems.

  • Desalination Pavilion
    Freshwater resources are depleting fast and particularly India is suffering from poor access to clean, potable water.

    Building on last year’s success of the designated Desalination area, IFAT India 2019 will draw even more attention to the topic by featuring a Desalination Pavilion where relevant companies can exhibit their technologies or refer to their own booth elsewhere in the hall.

  • University Challenge
    Organized by DWA German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste. Connects young talents with industry experts and decision makers. Students from several universities compete against each other and apply their skills.

  • ISWA Young Professional Group India & Career Development
    Interact with young professionals, industry experts and practitioners about careers in waste and water management

  • Products in Practice
    Launched in 2016, Products in Practice is a unique sales platform in our Active Learning Centre allowing you to present your products live to professional trade visitors. Demonstrate your product’s specifications and engage in question & answer sessions with your interested audience - all professionally moderated.

    A format that is sure to attract everyone’s full attention
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