Global Platform to Share & Co-Create Innovative Water Solutions
An expert led international event based in Singapore, includes the following event programmes for delegates to enjoy and learn from:
- Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize
- Water Leaders Summit
- Water Convention
- Business Forums
- Young Water Leaders Summit
- Water Expo@City Solutions Singapore (CSS)
- International Conference on Water Policy
- Water Business Forum: Smart Water Management for Sustainable Cities
- Energy Recovery
- GREEN, SMART & SUSTAINABLE CITIES NETWORKING RECEPTION
- Site Visits
- Co-Located Events
Supporting the world’s water start-ups
From robotic swans to light-activated water purification systems, water technologies and their creators have received a boost through the Singapore International Water Week’s TechXchange programme and Innovation Pavilion.
Water Leaders Summit
The Water Leaders Summit (WLS) presents an exclusive high-level gathering of global water industry leaders for exchanges with government regulators and policy think-tanks to discuss solutions to pressing water issues.
WLS 2018 will focus on the urgent question of how water management should evolve as cities develop. This gathering of high officials, industry captains and opinion makers will offer abundant opportunities to confer on key areas, such as closing the water-energy-waste loop, water reuse, and smart water technologies. Delegates can also expect to interact with mayors of leading international cities who are attending the World Cities Summit and CleanEnviro Summit Singapore, both held alongside SIWW 2018.
WLS delegates are invited to join sessions from the Water Convention Hot Issues Workshops and TechXchange on Sunday (8 July), to enjoy in-depth exchanges with innovators and investors on overcoming barriers to bring technologies closer to markets, before proceeding to the SIWW Welcome Reception.
Sands Expo and Convention Centre
Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue
Further Information and Booking
For more information or to register your attendance, please visit the Singapore International Water Week website »