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Milwaukee is the World Water Hub
For a city that grew up next to a Great Lake, it’s no surprise that water has long been an important aspect of our robust industrial community. Milwaukee is home to a dynamic sea of possibilities and perspectives, with a passion for the research and development of water-related technologies and solutions.
We’re inviting you to bring your knowledge, insights and expertise to this city on the shores of Lake Michigan, where our leaders make waves in the water industry every single day.
Stay in Milwaukee
Appointed with classic style, the historic Hilton Milwaukee City Center boasts over 30,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting space and 729 guest rooms. The hotel is also conveniently connected to the Wisconsin Center via a short, covered skywalk. Guests can enjoy several dining options, including a stylish steakhouse experience at Milwaukee ChopHouse, craft beer and burgers at Miller Time Pub & Grill, and a relaxed atmosphere at Starbucks.
About America’s Water-Centric City
- Home to the School of Freshwater Sciences at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, the first of its kind in North America
- Home to more than 150 water-related companies
- Named a UN Global Compact City for expertise and global leadership in fresh water technology and science
- A $10.5 billion market
- Supports 20,000 jobs
- 4% of the total world water business