One thing that we all know about water is that it always finds a way to get over, under or through any obstacle that may stand in its way.
It is no surprise then, that when we realised that the South African government proclamation against gatherings of more than 100 people meant that our meeting in June would have to be cancelled, our amazing team of organisers put the #AllHandsOnDeck mindset into action.
The result is that WISA2020 is definitely going ahead with the same excellent sessions and – pending confirmation – the same excellent speakers. And with the extra time we have, we will be able to make sure that our conference is bigger and better than ever before.
We have managed to secure the same great venue – the Sandton Convention Centre, so all that has changed is the date. The new date is December 7-11, 2020.
Why December? After a period of slowing down and isolation, all indications are that this December is going to be a time of re-grouping and reconnecting and starting afresh – a perfect time for us to work together for water.
If you have already registered you don’t need to do anything. If you haven’t registered yet, please don’t hesitate to sign up.
We’re in this together. Water is as important as it has always been, and with the potential economic fallout of the corona virus, we need #AllHandsOnDeck.
See you in December!