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Make connections that count.

Make face-to-face connections with your key prospects and clients. Generate hot leads through in-depth conversations. Position your company as an industry leader. Exhibiting at HydroVision International is unlike any other industry event in the market. Are you ready to elevate your company? Talk to us.

4.45 out of 5

Likelihood to exhibit in 2019

92 out of 100

Exhibitor show score

4.15 out of 5

Overall exhibitor satisfaction

Exhibitors recieve:

  • One (1) 8’ Drape Backwall with 3' side dividers (for inline booths) and a company identification sign
  • Listing on the HydroVision International website, www.hydroevent.com
  • Two (2) Complimentary booth staff registrations per 100 square feet (does not include lunches inside the exhibit hall) - Lunch is available for a nominal fee
  • Discounted conference registration for your company staff
  • Interactive Floor Plan Listing, an online presence in the HydroVision International Exhibitor List/Search with full contact infomration, link to your website, company logo and company description
  • Complimentary marketing tools to increase booth traffic and promote your booth to your customers
  • Event advertised extensively in leading industry publications, HydroWorld Weekly e-newsletter and HydroWorld.com to generate attendance
  • Fifty (50) Complimentary exhibit floor passes to distribute to clients and customers $7,500 Value!

Cost to exhibit:

  • Exhibit space starts at 10' x 10' units
  • Standard inline space rate: US$35 per square foot
  • Premium corner or island space rate: US$37 per square foot
  • Compulsory fee of US$300 for Basic listing

To book your exhibit space, contact:

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Howard Lutzk

Marketing Consultant
Ph: +1 (913) 402-7119
Email: howardl@pennwell.com

Why Portland?

More companies and organizations associated with hydroelectric power are headquartered in Portland, including:

  • The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer's Portland District, which owns and operates 12 hydro facilities with a total capacity of nearly 6,000 MW.
  • PacifiCorp, which has more than 10,500 MW of generating capacity from 74 plants, 43 of which are hydroelectric.
  • Bonneville Power Administration, which markets wholesale electric power from 31 federal hydro projects in the Columbia River Basin, as well as several other small non-federal power plants.
  • Portland General Electric, which operates 10 wholly-owned and four jointly-owned hydroelectric, natural gas, coal and wind plants.

Trending topics at HydroVision International:

  • Big data—analytics and engineering judgement
  • Market oppotunities—country briefings from around the world
  • Operations and safety—the human element and learning from incidents
  • Environmental—maximizing a shared resource
  • Bringing history forward—avoiding the same mistakes
  • Workforce—insights into tomorrow's personnel and talents

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