D&WR has bonus August/September issue in Chinese
03 Sep 13 by desalination
The bi-annual IDA World Congress is one of the industry’s most important events and takes place in Tianjin, China on 20-25 October 2013.
As the flagship publication for this important industry event, the Desalination & Water Reuse August/September 2013 issue will be sent to its full circulation of over 4,000 desalination and water reuse industry professionals, plus a bonus circulation at the IDA World Congress. In addition, a Chinese language supplement will also be published and distributed at the event with both editions also being available in a full digital and interactive format.
The Chinese version will contain much of the content that makes Desalination & Water Reuse the favourite publication of practitioners in the sector. As well as three main features on state-of-the-art technology, the publication will also provide a preview of what exhibitors are showing at Tianjin plus the latest business news, ongoing research and a showcase of the latest technology launches.
Both issues offer companies a unique opportunity to promote their company products and services to a high-quality readership of experts from across the entire desalination industry spectrum.
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