Join the conversation as we launch our World Water Week Social Media channels
The easiest way to keep up to date with World Water Week? Follow us on social media! We have created dedicated social media channels for the leading conference on global water issues!
After a year of isolation: we want to start building excitement and momentum ahead of World Water Week 2021. There are so many exciting developments and additions as we take World Water Week digital and these dedicated channels will be a great way to stay updated. Both during The Week itself, August 23-27, and in the run up to The Week you can keep updated on the latest events, trends and news from our team.
Sessions and themes at World Water Week will be using the #WWWeek hashtag – so you can follow the conference from wherever you are! You can also tag your friends, peers and colleagues who you think would be interested, all to make sure that these conversations have a broader reach than ever before.
Communication is vitally important if we are to solve the ongoing water crisis. We want these channels to be a place for like-minded people to meet, interact, debate and perhaps even collaborate on solutions that will help us build resilience faster. We chose Instagram and Facebook based on their audience demographic: we want to reach more young professionals to ensure we can have inclusive and diverse discussions. Twitter was a no-brainer: it is designed for interaction and has active users around the world.
It is also a great idea to sign up for our newsletter where we compile the latest updates and stories from World Water Week.