VWE Americas is the North American edition of Valve World Expo. It is organized by KCI Publishing Corporation and Messe Düsseldorf North America and takes place every two years at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX. Trade visitors from all over the world meet valve topic experts, procurement managers, pipeline engineers and materials specialists. A two-day conference will be held parallel to the Expo. Lectures will be given on current topics in the valves industry, such as the future of shale gas or the prospects for the energy industry.
Why VALVE WORLD EXPO AMERICAS
Number 1 in America
Every two years, the North American edition of Valve World Expo welcomes at least 300 exhibitors and over 4100 visitors. The audience consists of professionals from around the world, including Canada, the United States, Europe, India and others.
The delegates are a high-class mix of valve experts, procurement managers, pipeline engineers and materials specialists, often with high decision-making authority and willingness to invest. Both visitors and exhibitors can network and win high-quality leads.
The parallel conference
Numerous plenary lectures regularly enrich the simultaneous conference. These sessions are attended by expert delegates who seek and find the opportunity for in-depth discussion with well-prepared speakers.
Exciting topics in the supporting program
Subjects are, among others, the basics of valves, fugitive emissions, the basics of pumps, the career in the valve industry, the use of social media in the valve industry and short courses of the Fluid Seal Association.
Economic Prospects of USA
On the basis of its gross domestic product and technological performance, the USA remains the world's undisputed strongest economic power. Tax relief for companies and consumers as well as deregulation measures boosted economic growth to a solid level in 2018. Although this momentum will gradually decline in 2019, the USA will remain the world's most important or second most important sales market following China, depending on the product and service.
(Source: gtai, Germany Trade and Invest)
Inhabitants:327,4 (2018 in Mio.) Business languages:English Currency:US Dollar (USD)
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George R. Brown Convention Center
The George R. Brown Convention Center opened on the east side of downtown Houston on September 26, 1987. The building was named for internationally recognized entrepreneur, engineer, civic leader, philanthropist and Houstonian George Rufus Brown (1898-1983), who donated six of the 11 blocks necessary to build the GRB. The first convention held was the American Society of Travel Agents beginning in October of that year. In July 2001, ground was broken on a joint effort to expand the convention center and build an adjacent 1,200-room convention headquarters hotel. After 27 months of construction, the GRB grew from 1.15 million square feet to 1.8 million square feet. Three exhibit halls and more meeting rooms were added. The expansion was completed on December 3, 2003. Ground was broken yet again in June 2014 to fulfill the goals outlined in the GRB 2025 Master Plan. By adding more connectivity within the GRB and to the surrounding neighborhoods, a captivating experience for visitors and Houstonians alike is created.
Venue location: George R. Brown Convention Center 1001 Avenida De Las Americas Houston, TX 77010 USA