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Thanks for being a part of WWETT Show 2017!

WWETT Show 2017 has wrapped up, and we would like to thank all of the attendees, exhibitors, and session speakers who helped make it such a great success.

Planning ahead? 
WWETT Show 2018 will be held at Indiana Convention Center on the following dates:
  • Conference: February 21 - 23, 2018
  • The Marketplace Expo: February 22 - 24, 2018

Want to take a look back?
Check out the video scrapbook to see some of the sights and scenes from WWETT Show 2017.


Here are some useful post-show tips:

  • Certificates of Completion will be available approximately 6 weeks post show.  You will receive an email with instructions for downloading your certificates.  If you have questions about how to file with your state, please find your accrediting body and review the process by clicking here
  • Call for Presentations (CFPs)  - we are accepting CFPs for our 2018 education program from now through April 30.  If you are interested in submitting a topic to present at WWETT 2018 please click here.
  • Handouts – if you registered for sessions and haven’t yet downloaded the presentations, you can click here to get a PDF with instructions for accessing those files.

2017 Product Preview

The Expo Hall at the WWETT Show was filled with displays from 600 exhibitors, showing the latest technology and the newest equipment.
Want to review some of the products that were displayed there? Download the WWETT 2017 Product Preview (PDF) by clicking here. Then make plans to be at WWETT Show 2018 and see the products in person!

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