2018 Flood Expo Partners with EME Outlook

EME Outlook is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the Flood Expo. This highly anticipated event will be taking place on 12-13 September at the NEC Birmingham, the show’s brand-new location for 2018

The Flood Expo is simply unique; the largest flood exhibition and conference of its type showcasing the innovative products and infrastructure to help deal with an ever-increasing global threat of flooding, both natural and man-made. The show aims to both solve any problems faced by flooding, as well as highlight new and cost-effective methods for preventing and managing it, and EME Outlook is proud to be a partner of the event.

EME Outlook is essential reading for all business executives looking to keep up with the latest in global news affecting European and Middle Eastern businesses across all industries. This unique digital and printed monthly magazine provides boardrooms and hands-on decision-makers with the essential information across a wide range of industries, as well as exclusive and engaging features generated from their peers.

More than 2,500 visitors ranging from highway agencies and councils to private sector corporations, will flock to the 2018 expo. The show already boasts a line-up of 100 cutting-edge supplier-exhibitors, all with the aim of providing products and services to support those working where flooding is a risk.

Flood Expo will be running alongside Marine and Coastal Civil Engineering Expo, Contamination Expo Series and RWM, each show offering their own line-up of extraordinary exhibitors and speakers for this year’s event.  

EME Outlook is excited to be working with the Flood Expo this year and is excited for the opportunity this brings to its subscribers.

Join EME Outlook and more than 2,500 industry professionals on 12-13 September at the NEC, Birmingham by registering for your free ticket here

For exhibiting and sponsorship enquiries, contact Events Director James Berryman on 01872 218007 or email james.berryman@prysmgroup.couk.