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Two weeks to go for FM water cooler show launch

11 February 2013

In just over two weeks' time the British Water Cooler Association (BWCA) is staging for the first time an exhibition on 14 March at the Chesford Grange in Kenilworth.

There have until now been two ways in which Facilities Managers can research the water cooler market: trawling the internet, media and brochures to set up individual and time consuming meetings; or walking around major exhibitions which cover a wide range of other topics and where you can’t be sure of the quality of the companies there.

In 2013 there will be, to coin a phrase, a third way. The British Water Cooler Association (BWCA) is staging for the first time a highly focused exhibition In 2013 there will be, to coin a phrase, a third way. The British Water Cooler Association (BWCA) is staging for the first time a highly focused exhibition that includes industry specific manufacturers, suppliers and bottlers.

All bottlers present will be BWCA members, all of whom have to undergo rigorous third party audits.

The benefits are:
A show that is focused on water coolers and water cooler safety only
? all exhibitors are reliable and professional – this show is the equivalent of the ‘director’s cut’
? free and accessible, situated near Coventry and in easy reach of the M1 and M6 motorways
? a show that is large enough to give you all you need (but a show that is small enough to allow you and your feet to recover swiftly, whilst still retaining all the information you’ve gathered. (as above)
? free showcase arena seminars on such topics as safety, hygiene and installation.
? finally, it’s in an attractive venue with quick and easy parking and a welcoming atmosphere.

‘Power of the Past, Force for the Future’ Conference will be held on the morning of the Trade Show and will offer delegates an in-depth insight into the industry. The price of the conference only (trade show is free entry) for non-members is £149 plus VAT and bookable through the website.

The trade show is on for one afternoon only so make a note in next year’s calendar for Thursday 14 March 2013; 12:30 – 17:00 at Chesford Grange, near Kenilworth.

To book for the Trade Show and/or Conference and check for updates and exhibitors visit

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