RWM Exhibition returns to NEC
With RWM just under a month away, the excitement for UK's leading recycling and waste management expo is starting to become tangible
After RWM was taken over by PRYSM Media Group at the turn of the new year there were lots of promises made that have materialised into leading features of the expo. RWM will be filling the halls of the NEC in Birmingham on the 12th and 13th September and will provide its delegates with abundant learning opportunities across the two days. Tickets for the event are free and easy to obtain as well, just make your way to rwmexhibition.com to register!
With business growth being one the focuses promised when the event changed hands, this years RWM boasts the Business Growth Theatre that will provide a dedicated space for delegates to learn from the leading professionals in both the waste industry and also across the digital marketing sector.
Having Google Digital Garageand Adtrakon hand to lead seminars focussed on improving digital marketing and creating stronger brand awareness online will be true highlights of the event that will also provide important and beneficial knowledge to all those who attend. As well as this, getting the chance to listen and understand how Jacqueline O’Donovanhas been able to grow O’Donovan Waste Disposal into a multi-million pound enterprise during her seminar will be insightful for all delegates, not just those working within the waste industry.
Higher education will also be represented across the event, with speakers from Birmingham and Wolverhampton university leading their own seminars
Higher education will also be represented across the event, with speakers from Birmingham and Wolverhampton university leading their own seminars. Dr. Iza Radeckaof The University of Wolverhampton will be looking into the incredible advancements in biotechnology and the development of biodegradable polymers whilst Peter Braithwaitefrom the University of Birmingham will be exploring the need to create higher value materials to create better value within our waste. Both of these seminars will be perfect examples of the amazing work being done within our higher education facilities to further the combating of the global waste problem.
With the full speaker list providing opportunities to gain insight into the industry from a full spectrum of perspectives, the exhibitors will also be on hand to guide delegates through their latest and greatest products and services. Innovation City will be a hub of pioneering innovation, sponsored entirely by Innovate UK, and will be a live demonstration of the funded research and development being done by the companies working with Innovate UK. As well as this, the chance to sit down with the Department Of International Trade will grant delegates insight into developing and consolidating international trade agreements, key education for budding SMEs looking to take the next step in their business growth.
RWM will be a must attend event for not only recycling and waste professionals, but any company or local authority wary of their impact on the environment. This is just a scratch on the surface of the knowledge available to all delegates at the event, with the full digital show guide on the RWM website awaiting perusal!
Registration for tickets is now open, simply visit rwmexhibition.com and follow the signposts! If you would like to inquire about remaining exhibition opportunities, get in touch with Nick Woore at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0117 929 6083.