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Singapore International Water Week 2021

Season's Greetings

Dear Friends,

As 2020 draws to a close, we wish to thank everyone for your continuing support of the Singapore International Water Week throughout this challenging year. Though much of the familiar was disrupted, we adapted quickly to continue providing the global water community with opportunities to learn, engage and collaborate.

While all of us were unable to meet physically in Singapore this July for SIWW 2020, we innovated by leveraging digital capabilities and introduced our inaugural SIWW webinar series in July and our first-ever virtual event SIWW Online in November. We are delighted and thankful for the strong show of support which made these events a success.

Ever committed to creating opportunities for knowledge exchange, peer-to-peer learning and business interaction, we are pressing ahead with plans to deliver Singapore International Water Week 2021 next June as a physical show to be held at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. As always, our participants’ well-being is our top priority. We are working closely with the relevant authorities in Singapore to ensure we deliver a safe and secure event for all attendees.

Follow us on our social media channels to get the latest updates on SIWW 2021!

From all of us at SIWW, our very best wishes for the new year ahead. Keep safe, and we look forward to welcoming you in Singapore next June at SIWW 2021.

With warmest regards,

The Singapore International Water Week team

Recap of 2020

SIWW Webinar Series

SIWW Webinar Series
(6-7 July)

Over 1,000 participants joined us for the two webinars in the inaugural SIWW Webinar Series. Global water experts and leaders shared real-life case studies, successes and challenges, to address the urgent need to protect coastal cities and adopt mindsets geared towards a sustainable and economically sound circular economy.

Catch it again here.

Resource Resilience: Moving from Linear to Circular Resource Management

Urban Coastal Resilience

   SIWW Online

SIWW Online
(18-19 November)

SIWW Online was our first-ever virtual event which attracted 3,000 participants from 90 countries/regions. The event featured 10 webinars with over 70 renowned international and local speakers, including an Exhibitor Showcase which unveiled cutting-edge products and solutions launched in Asia Pacific for the first time, as well as a Virtual Expo showcasing the latest water technologies and products.

Read more about the key highlights in the Media Release.


PUB News

PUB Adopts Smart Tools to Detect and Pre-empt Pipe Leaks

PUB Adopts Smart Tools to Detect and Pre-empt Pipe Leaks

Precious water can be lost through leaks and cracks in aged pipes over time and it is extremely difficult to locate such “hidden” leaks. How does PUB, Singapore’s National Water Agency, leverage smart tools and new technologies (such as leak monitoring sensors, inline pipe inspection tools and smartphone sensors) to enhance its leak detection capabilities to reduce water loss?

Find out more here.

To discover other exciting innovations, join us at SIWW 2021.


SIWW Iconpedia Series

In this series, we are pleased to bring you three of the 36 unique icons that make up the fabric of the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) as the premier global water platform.



Since 2008, the SIWW has grown exponentially into a leading event in the international water calendar, from 8,500 participants in 2008 to over 24,000 participants in 2018.

In 2018, SIWW also celebrated 10 years of excellence and attracted a global audience from over 110 countries and regions, as well as more than 1,000 participating companies.



The SIWW stays committed to being the pivotal platform for the creation and growth of relationships among its stakeholders from across the global water value chain, to drive business opportunities and commercialisation of key innovations to address the world's urban water challenges.

The SIWW also continues to bring together the world's best practices and access to cutting-edge technologies on a single global platform, to contribute towards water sustainability for future generations.



The SIWW provides a stage for professionals around the world to congregate and share knowledge, insights, best practices and the latest technologies, and establish a pipeline of innovation and talent to support the global water industry.

Some signature programmes of the SIWW include the Water Leaders Summit (WLS), Water Convention (WC) and the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize (LKYWP), which bring together over 2,000 high-level government representatives, business leaders, academia and experts from international organisations to partake in strategic exchanges and discuss solutions to pressing water issues.



EXHIBITOR ADVISORY NOTE - Warning against dealings with questionable practices

As we gear up for SIWW 2021, we would like to urge exhibitors to exercise caution when dealing with companies that have asked you to update or correct your data with fair directories and subsequently claimed fees.

We want to assure our visitors, delegates and exhibitors that we take data protection seriously. To avoid possible unwarranted and/or unnecessary financial commitments, please view this advisory note and other important points for you to take note of here.

In the event that you are being approached, please forward a copy of the communication to info@siww.com.sg.

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