Final Call: Why 2015 WWETT Wants You!

Act fast! Speaker proposals for the 2015 WWETT Show must be submitted by Aug. 1.
Final Call: Why 2015 WWETT Wants You!

We need portable restroom professionals! Plans are moving full-speed ahead for Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport (WWETT) show in Indianapolis Feb. 23-26, 2015 — and we want your help — and expertise. 

Pass along your knowledge to an eager and captive audience at the best annual trade show for environmental service professionals.

Act fast — Deadline for proposals is this Friday, Aug. 1! Complete the form at wwett.com/CFP

Professionals like you — who share your insight and knowledge with WWETT attendees — continue to make the show a vital part of the industry. 

The 60-minute presentations should cover these topics from a neutral non-product-specific point of view. Think educational, not promotional. 

We are accepting submissions on the following topics:

  • Case studies on successful special or large-scale portable sanitation events
  • Pricing and services
  • Marketing and promotion
  • Customer relations/retention
  • Sales and business generation
  • Truck maintenance & operation
  • Special event logistics/management
  • Human resources & employee relations
  • Technology and software


Click here to fill out the form.

Bonus! Speakers whose submissions are accepted will receive four full registration passes to WWETT 2015 and a $100 speaking fee. 

Accepted presentations will also receive extensive coverage in our industry trade journals, WWETT promotional pieces, direct mail and websites. 

Check out the 2015 WWETT Show website to see why this tremendous opportunity is an essential part of your business success.   

If you’re interested in submitting a proposal, fill out the Call For Papers form at www.wwett.com/CFP or contact Julie Gensler at julieg@colepublishing.com or 866/933-2653.



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