Save the Dates – CEWP Business and Innovation Program 2019 Theme: Industrial Water Use in the Food Sector

In 2019 the CEWP PI Business and Innovation Program will go through a series of activities focusing on the business solutions and challenges currently faced in industrial water use in the food sector.

The objective of the program is to highlight state-of-the-art technical solutions regarding water use efficiency and water reuse in the food sector industry. In addition, the program stimulates Chinese interest in European companies, solutions and competences, builds up innovation-oriented partnership and gives overall support to European companies interested in entering the Chinese Market.

Meet Chinese Food Processing Companies with needs for upgrading of their technologies, as well as Chinese Water Tech Companies who could be your new partner at this interesting market.

The program will include three activities:

  • The first event with key Stakeholders and challenge Owners will take place in Qingdao (Shandong Province, China) on April 11th-13th, followed by side-events @IE Expo Shanghai (April, 15th-16th) as well as opportunity to exhibit at the fair.
  • In 4Q 2019, the 14th EU-China (EUPIC/EEN) fair held in Qingdao and Chengdu, the CEWP will organize side events. Dates are still to be settled, but probably the event will take place during October 28th-November 1st.
  • Finally, side events will be held @CEWP Annual Meeting on 2nd-3rd of December, with a possibility for a site visits to selected European countries on November 4th-6th. 

By taking part in the CEWP Business and Innovation Program, you will each time have the opportunity to visit two events within the same travel, allowing for both taking part in CEWP activities and high-profile Water Tech Expos.

A Save-the-Date flyer can be downloaded here, and an updated version of the program with more details on registration will be available within February 2019.

To stay updated, please follow up the CEWP website or inform your interest by sending an email to the Program Manager, Henrik Dissing,