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DECEMBER 10-12, 2024

NEW CAIRO | EIEC – Egypt International Exhibition Center


The Semi-governmental IWWI Exhibition & Conference, WATERS FOR TOMORROW, Under the Prime Minister’s Patronage, Sets Stage for Breakthroughs in Water, Waste, and Infrastructure

Welcome to IWWI

Welcome to the 3rd edition of the IWWI International Water, Waste & Infrastructure Exhibition & Conference, scheduled to take place from December 10th to 12th, 2024, in the vibrant city of Cairo.

Under the theme “WATERS FOR TOMORROW” this premier event brings together global experts, industry leaders, and innovators to explore sustainable solutions for water management, waste treatment, and infrastructure development.

Organized by the esteemed German company, expotec International, with the Holding Company for Water and Wastewater (HCWW) as our strategic partner and under the distinguished patronage of HE The Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly, IWWI 2024 is a platform to showcase cutting-edge technologies, discuss pressing challenges, and chart a course towards a more resilient and water-secure future.

Join us as we embark on a journey towards ” WATERS FOR TOMORROW” where every drop counts, and every effort makes a difference.

Why this Exhibition Matters for Egypt and Beyond

In a region grappling with extreme water scarcityreaching critical levels, pollutionthreatening ecosystems and public health, and inadequate infrastructure, urgent action is needed.As the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, along with many parts of Africa, faces unprecedented challenges in water management, waste treatment, and infrastructure development, the significance of the IWWI Exhibition cannot be overstated.

The IWWI Exhibition provides a vital platform for stakeholders across Egypt, the MENA region, and Africa to come together, share knowledge, and explore innovative solutions.

By convening industry experts, policymakers, and innovators under one roof, the IWWI Exhibition facilitates dialogue, collaboration, and collective action. It serves as a catalyst for driving forward initiatives that address the most pressing issues facing our communities and our planet.

As we navigate the complexities of the 21st century, the IWWI Exhibition stands as a testament to our collective resolve to build a future where access to clean water, efficient waste management, and resilient infrastructure are not just aspirations but realities for all.

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Egypt's Role in Africa's Growth

Governments worldwide are committed to fostering economic development and job creation in Africa through various initiatives. Sustainable growth hinges on robust trade and investment, yet only a fraction of foreign investments from countries like Germany, with SMEs contributing, currently flows into Africa. Recognizing the untapped potential, governments, including Germany’s Federal Government, are actively working to shift this paradigm, with a strong emphasis on private sector engagement.

Positioned as the Gateway to Africa, Egypt assumes a leadership role in the region, drawing attention as a promising future market.

The IWWI exhibition & conference in Cairo serves as a catalyst by providing a direct platform for business activities in Egypt and the wider region, the event facilitates access to the vast market potential and accelerates decision-making processes for companies seeking to expand their footprint in Africa.

Meet the organizer

Discover the driving force behind the IWWI Exhibition & Conference – Expotec International GmbH. As a German company based in Berlin, Expotec International GmbH follows the rigorous standards of the German Trade Fair Quality Abroad (GTQ) program, ensuring excellence and reliability in all its endeavors.

Expotec International GmbH is the official appointed company by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, organizing German pavilions worldwide on behalf of the Ministry.

Leveraging its expertise in successful dual strategies, Expotec International GmbH combines the proven event strategies of established international trade fairs in Germany with tailored approaches for specific regions.

Targeted Industries and Stakeholders

The IWWI exhibition and conference may be of interest to a wide range of companies operating in various sectors related to water, waste, and infrastructure. Here’s a breakdown of potential beneficiaries:

  • Water Technology Companies:
    Manufacturers and providers of water treatment technologies, desalination systems, filtration solutions, and water management software.


  • Waste Management Companies:
    Companies specializing in waste collection, recycling, waste-to-energy conversion, landfill management, and sustainable waste solutions.


  • Infrastructure Developers:
    Construction firms, engineering companies, and infrastructure developers involved in water supply systems, sewage networks, and urban infrastructure projects.


  • Consulting Firms:
    Environmental consulting firms, engineering consultancies, and advisory services providers offering expertise in water resource management, pollution control, and infrastructure planning.


  • Government Agencies:
    Municipalities, water authorities, and regulatory bodies responsible for water and waste management policies, regulations, and enforcement.


  • Research Institutions:
    Universities, research centers, and academic institutions conducting research and development in water, waste, and infrastructure-related fields.


  • Investors and Financial Institutions:
    Venture capitalists, private equity firms, and financial institutions interested in funding sustainable water and waste projects and infrastructure developments.


  • Technology Providers:
    Companies offering innovative solutions such as IoT devices, data analytics platforms, and remote monitoring systems for water and waste management.


  • NGOs and Non-Profit Organizations:
    Non-governmental organizations and advocacy groups focused on environmental conservation, community development, and access to clean water and sanitation.


  • Industry Associations:
    Trade associations, professional societies, and industry groups representing stakeholders in the water, waste, and infrastructure sectors.


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