As a compliment to the official programme of the World Water Week we provide the possibility to arrange your own closed meeting at our venue.
What is a closed meeting?
A closed meeting is defined as an internal, strategic meeting, discussing a pre- arranged and closed topic with a defined goal, aimed at a priory decided audience/group of participants: It can be a committee meeting of some sort, an annual meeting, a board meeting, a project initiation, a brainstorming session or something along these lines.
In addition, all attendees of the meeting must be officially registered delegates of the World Water Week.
Registration & Fees
Closed meetings organisers have the responsibility to inform their attendees that registration is required. Participants to closed meetings may register on our official registration site.
500 SEK - Half day closed meeting registration card (networking pass). This pass includes access to closed meetings and to the exhibition and networking area after 17:00.
700 SEK - Full day closed meeting registration and (area networking pass). This includes full access to closed meetings, lunch and to the exhibition and networking area all day.
A closed meeting needs to follow the below criteria:
- No advertising of the event may occur (neither on-line or on/outside the venue)
- All participating delegates must be pre-registered for the World Water Week
- Topic and goal of the closed meeting must be defined and approved by SIWI before the meeting occurs
A closed meeting is NOT: an open meeting (open to all delegates of the World Water Week) with a vague or open objective/topic. It cannot have any promotional purposes and cannot fit the event descriptions in the WWW program (e.g. seminars etc).
If the criteria above are violated by the organisers of a closed meeting, SIWI reserves the right to immediately suspend the meeting and to apply an extra event fee. The event fee, which will be added to the initial closed meeting booking fee, will amount to 40.000sek/90min booked for the scheduled closed meeting.