The Water Council

Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA next to the world’s largest freshwater system and home to one of the most influential freshwater technology hubs in the world, The Water Council (TWC) is recognized as a global center for advancing water technologies and stewardship. At its heart, TWC is a non-profit, membership organization that connects, convenes and showcases the hub comprised of more than 238 water technology businesses and the diverse water leadership network of 200 members it is linked to from around the world. While TWC’s mission is centered on driving economic development, attracting and connecting world-class talent and supporting water-focused technology innovation, its larger goal is to help secure freshwater resources for the world by driving solutions to the numerous industries that need and use a large amount of water.

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The Water Council’s Tech Challenge

“The Tech Challenge program provides linkages and opportunity between innovators, entrepreneurs or researchers with corporate sponsors with an expressed need. This connection helps to advance technology as a whole by providing channels for potential partnership, thus optimizing time to market.” 

Wisconsin’s water hub continues to strengthen global ties

Wisconsin’s water hub continues to strengthen global ties Posted by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation on September 25, 2019 The challenges facing the world’s water supply—growing populations, changing weather conditions, threats to water supply quality and safety—are global in nature, and the solutions will need to have a similarly global perspective. Recognizing this, Milwaukee’s water… Read More