Presentation on theme: "By: Ms Serene Tay Senior Manager, Industry Development PUB."— Presentation transcript:
By: Ms Serene Tay Senior Manager, Industry Development PUB
Agenda: 1)About Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) 2)Thank You For Your Support! 3) Singapore International Water Week 2012
About Singapore International Water Week
An annual water event in Singapore since 2008. 4 th edition from 4 – 8 July 2011 2011 Theme: Sustainable Water Solutions for a Changing Urban Environment The global platform for water solutions Brings together policymakers, industry leaders, experts and practitioners Address challenges, showcase technologies, discover opportunities & celebrate achievements Focus on practical water technology and business solutions and an emphasis on the Asia Pacific region. Complementary to other international water events such as the IWA and IDA World Congress, 6 th World Water Forum, Marseille 2012 and Stockholm World Water Week Organized by : Singapore International Water Week Pte Ltd, a company set up by PUB, Singapore’s national water agency and Singapore’s Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources What Is Singapore International Water Week:
Meeting of top leaders to consider pressing water governance, technology and business issues Platform for industry experts, researchers & academic to interact & share latest advances & challenges in treatment of waters ADDRESS CHALLENGES 2) Water Convention 4-7 Jul 2011 1)Water Leaders Summit (By-Invitation) 5-6 Jul 2011 3) Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 5 Jul 2011 Honoring outstanding contributions towards solving global water problems which benefit humanity CELEBRATE ACHIEVEMENTS SHOWCASE TECHNOLOGIES 4) Water Expo 5-7 Jul 2011 Trade show providing the latest & widest range of water technologies, products & services DISCOVER OPPORTUNITIES 5) Business Forums 6-7 Jul 2011 Spread of business networking, partnership formation & deal-making opportunities in key markets 4 – 8 Jul 2011 5 Pillar Events
1.HE Yoshiro Mori, President of Asia Pacific Water Forum (APWF), Japan 2.HE Luis Filipe da Silva, Secretary of State (Water), Angola 3.YB Pehin Orang Kaya Indera Pahlawan Dato Seri Setia Haji Suyoi bin Haji Osman, Minister of Development, Brunei Darussalam 4.HE Dr Mok Mareth, Senior Minister and Minister for Environment, Kingdom of Cambodia 5.HE Shri Kamal Nath, Minister of Urban Development, India 6.HE Shri Salman Khurshid, Minister for Water Resources, India 7.HE Ir Djoko Kirmanto, Dipl HE, Minister of Public Works, Republic of Indonesia 8.YB Dato’ Sri Peter Chin, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia 9.HE Mr Mohamed Aslam, Minister of Housing and Environment, Republic of Maldives Ministerial and Head of International Org Speakers (Moderated by Ambassador Ong Keng Yong) Southeast Asia Water Ministers Forum Ministerial and Head of International Org Speakers (Moderated by Ambassador Ong Keng Yong)
10. The Hon. Dr Ahmed Rashid Beebeejaun GCSK, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Energy and Public Utilities, Mauritius 11. The Hon. Benny Allan MP, Minister for Environment & Conservation, Papua New Guinea 12. The Hon. Ramon J.P Paje, Secretary, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Republic of the Philippines 13. The Hon. Dinesh Gunawardena, Minister of Water supply and Drainage, Sri Lanka 14. Hon. Kausea Natano, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Transport, Communication and Public Utilities, Tuvalu 15. Ms Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, Vice President (Knowledge Management), Asian Development Bank 16. Dr Noeleen Heyzer, Under Secretary General, United Nations and the Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) 17. Mr Jim Adams, Vice President (East Asia and Pacific Region), World Bank 18. Mr Loic Fauchon, President, World Water Council Ministerial and Head of International Org Speakers (Moderated by Ambassador Ong Keng Yong) Southeast Asia Water Ministers Forum Ministerial and Head of International Org Speakers (Moderated by Ambassador Ong Keng Yong)
Thank You For Your Support!
Indicator200820092010 Total Number Participants More than 8,500More than 10,000 More than 14,000 Total Number of Countries & Regions 7982 112 Total Value of Deals announced S$ 367millionS$ 2.2 billion S$ 2.8 billion Total Number of Business Forums 79 8 Total Number of co-located events 4276 120 Total size of Water Expo 12,000 sqm (5,265sqm nett) 10,650 sqm (5,558sqm nett) Total Number of Exhibiting Companies More than 350 companies More than 420 companies More than 514 companies Total Number of Country/ Regional Pavilions 64 8 With strong support from government agencies, local and international partners, SIWW has grown in prominence and size Thank You! SIWW Gaining Traction – Thank You!
To Date Number of Ministers and Senior Government Officials (Africa, Angola, Australia, Bangladesh, China, Congo, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Lesotho, Maldives, Mauritius, Mexico, Middle-East & North Africa, Central Africa, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan, Tuvalu, United Arab Emirates) 41 Number of Delegates who have accepted our invitation to the Water Leaders Summit605 Number of Oral and Poster presentations at Water Convention Some 350 Number of Co-located EventsMore than 100 Singapore International Water Week 2011
Water ExpoTo Date Size of Water Expo (Largest since SIWW 2008) 22 Founding Sponsors18,000 sqm Gross (Target) Number of Exhibiting Companies600 Number of Country / Group Pavilions (Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Germany, Israel, Japan, Korea, Milwaukee Water Council, Netherlands, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, Water Environment Federation, Maryland-Asia Environment Partnership) 15 Singapore International Water Week 2011
Moving Forward…… SIWW 2012: 2 – 6 Jul 2012 Theme: “Water Solutions for Liveable and Sustainable Cities” World Cities Summit 2012 (Co-located Event Alongside SIWW): 2 – 5 Jul 2012 Theme: “Liveable and Sustainable Cities - Integrated Urban Solutions” Organized by the Centre for Liveable Cities, focusing on leadership and governance, eco-friendly and liveable cities, and harmonious and sustainable communities. Do book these dates into your calendar!!
SIWW as a Gateway for: 1)Reaching out to counterparts in South East Asia / Asia Pacific: Through Co-located Events 2) Networking Opportunities to meet people from the water industry; – Gathering of: Ministers & Senior Government Officials Industry Players – CEOs Local / International Organizations – Heads of IOs/NGOs 3)Exploring Technology / Innovative Solutions in Water (keeping abreast of latest water developments, business opportunities, viewing the widest range of products, services and technologies from around the world): Through the Water Expo Through the Water Convention
How can you be part of the SIWW 2012? Send us contacts of your esteemed partners for us to extend invitation to the Water Leaders Summit (by invitation) Organise meetings/workshops/forums/launches alongside SIWW 2012 Be an exhibitor/sponsor – an opportunity to profile and increase branding for your organisation Encourage your partners/colleagues to Be a registered Water Convention delegate Be a trade visitor at the SIWW Water Expo Visit our website at www.siww.com.sg for more informationwww.siww.com.sg
We look forward to your continuous strong support and to welcoming Everyone Of You to SIWW 2011 & 2012!!