Running on the 12th & 13th, the Flood Expo will showcase the innovative products and infrastructure helping to deal with an ever-increasing global threat – transforming Birmingham into the hub of the industry over two unmissable days.
Over 4,000 flood professionals will pack out Birmingham’s NEC in September to attend the world’s largest flood resilience, mitigation and rescue exhibition and conference!
With an unparalleled lineup of 150 innovative exhibitors and 100 expert-led seminars hosted by the likes of Andy Lee of the National Fire Chiefs Council and Nick Moon of Applied Resilience, this is the event not to miss if you work in the rescue sector!
This year’s show will also play host to The Environment Agency’s new Seminar Theatre
which will address issues surrounding funding and the future of flood prevention technology, and include speakers such as Mike Steel speaking about long-term investment scenarios, Stuart Barbrook on overcoming funding challenges and Jon Hollis discussing how to use partnerships to implement flood management solutions.
The Flood Expo will also showcase a series of innovation and technology premiers and
demonstrations. With the likes of Flood Guard’s Car Bag which protects cars from intense flooding to Hydronalix’s Sonar Emily which uses technology developed for the Navy, Emily is a low-cost system, transportable on commercial airlines and takes only minutes to deploy, to DATV’s, The Amphicruiser which is a fully equipped amphibious Emergency Response Vehicle with the ability to travel safely and reliably through flooded cities, The Flood Expo 2018 is set to be a ground-breaking show.
Alongside this, the show will host unparalleled opportunities to network, one-to-one advice from industry-leading experts, and access to four other leading exhibitions taking place on the same day, including the Marine and Coastal Civil Engineer Expo – this is the exhibition for flood professionals and property owners from across the UK and beyond.
Register here for your free ticket for this year’s event now to avoid disappointment.
For exhibition enquiries, please contact James Berryman at +44 (0) 1872 218 007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org