The largest and most influential event in the show’s four-year history
The programme for the Flood Expo is almost complete, and all signs point to this being the largest and most influential event in the show’s four-year history. Free tickets for this year’s event are still available and are likely to prove priceless when the doors swing open at the ExCeL London on the 27-28 September.
The show – which is supported by the Environment Agency and the world’s largest event designed to showcase the innovations that further the way flooding is predicted, prevented, and managed – has attracted some of the industry’s largest names, reinforcing its growing reputation as the premier exhibition & conference in the industry.
The two-day event features more than 200 innovative suppliers, 100 CPD-accredited seminars, revealing case studies, live demonstrations on the River Thames, interactive panel debates, one-to-one advice from industry experts, unparalleled networking opportunities, and much more.
Major names already staking their claim to the growing floorplan include Alton Pumps, Brokk UK, Cemex, Marshalls, Wavin, Crocodile Flood, Adler & Allan, Ebsford Environmental, Cunningham Lindsey, and more.
What’s more, the Environment Agency will be on hand with their own networking area and seminar theatre, where they will host their own sequence of insightful and revealing seminars.
Your free ticket will also gain you access to all seven theatres which include highly anticipated talks from the Queen of Floods Mary Dhonau OBE, University of Exeter’s Albert S. Chen from Centre for Water Systems, Ambiental’s Daniel Cook, Michael Thoroggood from Eadon Consulting, and more.
Expert-led seminars and discussions will also be led on “Flood risk modelling and assessment for community resilience “, “Changes in policy relating to Flood Risk & Drainage”, “Redesigning Flood Resilience”, “Innovations in Flood Prevention”, and more – making this year’s show the most important and influential in the industry this year!
WHEN: 27-28 September
WHERE: ExCel, London, UK