“On behalf of the ICPDR and its 14 members countries, plus the European Union, we are excited to offer sponsorship opportunities to support the international Joint Danube Survey 4. The Joint Danube Survey is a cooperation among the member states that comprise the ICPDR to engage communities, governments, and businesses in the process of conducting one of the most thorough and technologically advanced surveys of water in the world.
With each country set to manage its own activities, there will be more individual events, over a greater span of time, and involving more people. As a result, marketing opportunities are expected to reach more people over more time, adding more value for sponsors.
Our partners benefit from:
- Engagement with hundreds of influential and engaged experts, representing the water sector in river basin management from countries all over the Danube River Basin
- Local, regional, and international exposure throughout the entire life of the survey;
- The chance to share your institution’s/organization’s know-how and expertise and be an inspiration to other partners
- Involvement in progress and content to ensure your work is showcased.
The partnership also provides unrivalled opportunities to build relationships, share knowledge, collaborate and obtain leads for future partnerships. We look forward to welcoming you as a partner.”
-- Péter Kovács, ICPDR 2019 President
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