The Water Council offers its members access to an unparalleled network of water industry thought leaders, policymakers and innovators aligned through one of the most influential freshwater technology hubs in the world.
As a non-profit, membership-based organization, The Water Council (TWC) enjoys a symbiotic relationship with its member companies. The Council supports its more than 200 members from 20 U.S. states and 10 countries with connections to valuable services, networking and programming while simultaneously growing and strengthening TWC’s network of public and private sector entities dedicated to driving economic growth and securing freshwater resources for the world. TWC is committed to convening, connecting and showcasing its members, all of whom benefit from their association with one of the most influential freshwater technology hubs in the world and from their connection to other global water leaders.
Along with connections to an unparalleled network of luminaries in the global water industry, membership also offers tangible benefits including access to member meetings and annual social; discounted registration for the Water Leaders Summit, workshops and networking events; connections to talent, up-and-coming innovations and business-to-business matchmaking; invitations to global trade missions and visiting delegations; visibility through TWC’s social media channels and a customized profile in the online global directory; and, access to the Global Water Center’s facilities and amenities.
“The Water Council gives form, function and alignment to its members like a riverbank: ever growing and changing, uniting smaller and larger, giving rise to a confluence of mighty ideas. Our membership has been and will continue to be essential to our company’s growth. We have participated in the Water Leaders Summit, exporting learning sessions, and have taken advantage of market research and consulting opportunities. These services are liberally punctuated by one-of-a-kind networking and cross-marketing opportunities that come about because the staff knows how to ‘connect the dots’ between organizations that can and will benefit from knowing each other.”
–Marianna DeMyer, CEO, Roving Blue
Membership levels are organized by tiers, and based on the type of value your organization would like to derive. The Membership Benefits & Pricing Chart will help you decide what tier works best for your organization. If you’re based outside of the U.S., an Overseas Membership is a great starting point.
No matter what tier you select, all members receive discounted access to event and meeting space in the Global Water Center, invitations to Member Meetings, a company profile in our global directory, exclusive use of The Water Council’s member affiliation logo, a pipeline of prospective talent and reduced rates for The Water Council’s events and workshops.