Gain Exceptional Market & Economic Insights & Pump/Valve Industry Networking
A Must-Attend Event for CEOs, Marketing & Sales Executives & Market/Business Analysts
Attend the annual Market Outlook Workshop to gain insights on market trends and issues that impact your future business. Eleven presentations include a Q&A, so come prepared to ask questions relevant to your business and the markets you serve. This workshop is a valuable opportunity to learn and network with colleagues from both pump and valve manufacturing companies.
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MARKET OUTLOOK WORKSHOPAugust 8 - 9, 2013
HI MARKET INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEEAugust 7, 2013
1st Registration: $5802nd+ : $480
Hotel Solamar 435 6th AvenueSan Diego, CA 92101Reservations: 877.230.0300 Hotel: 619.819.9500 http://www.hotelsolamar.com *Book online* Reference the Hydraulic Institute room block to receive the discounted rate of $179/night for a single room. Reservations accepted through July 19, 2013. Requests after this date will be accepted on a space and price availability basis only. Discounted rates are available 3 days before and after the meeting, however are based on availability and cannot be guaranteed.
Wednesday, August 7
At Hotel Solamar in downtown San Diego, you're never far from the sea, sun and easygoing spirit this city is known for. You'll experience it when you kick back in the serene guest rooms, or watch the night unfold on the sleek pool terrace and outdoor lounge overlooking downtown. There's always a ripple of energy, which is only natural considering they're at the intersection of the city's most dynamic neighborhoods: Gaslamp District, Ballpark District and Convention Center.
Things to Do in San Diego: Sights, Sounds, Oohs and Aahs
At Hotel Solamar, they're at the intersection of great nightlife, entertainment, shopping, sports, business and culture in San Diego. Here's what you can find within steps of the hotel:
Thursday, August 8
Friday, August 9
Questions? Contact Gabrielle Bernardo, Meeting & Events Manager at 973.267.9700 x125 or gbernardo@Pumps.org.