SPLASH! Pool & Spa Trade Show
SPLASH! Pool & Spa Trade Show is on again from 1–2 August at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre in Broadbeach — surrounded by some of Australia’s premier tourist attractions.
SPLASH! has grown to be the biggest show of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. With over 2500 people attending the event and three different aquatic conferences forming the week, it encompasses all elements of the aquatic industry from residential to commercial planning, products and services.
Education and networking will be the focus of the event, with business representation from various countries and world leaders in the industry sharing their knowledge of products, services and keys to success.
SPLASH! will be operating in conjunction with the Swimming Pool and Spa Association of Australia (SPASA). SPASA sessions run will not only enable you to achieve CPD points to remain accredited but — along with the SPLASH! sessions — will give you many business tools to use to increase potential revenue for your business.
A great new initiative from SPASA, the inaugural ‘Women in Leadership’ program features some of the most influential women in the industry speaking candidly about their successes and what leadership means to them. This should be a truly inspiring event for all members of the industry.
While the program still caters to the residential sector, it has been expanded to incorporate the commercial domain, with the inclusion of the Aquatic Leisure Facilities Queensland (ALFA Q) conference. A site visit organised with Gold Coast City Council, Crystal Pools and Trisley Hydraulics will provide insight into both the build and commercial operation of the Commonwealth Games aquatics facility.
The SPLASH! Pool & Trade Show exhibition is sold out. Networking is an instrumental part of the event and there are several opportunities to mingle including Welcome Drinks, the SPASA National Awards Night and the Andrew Simmons Memorial Golf Day.
Registrations for the event are now open at www.splashexpo.com.au.
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