Now is the time to get engaged with the HYDROVISION Exchange community


With the HYDROVISION Exchange event approaching, make sure you are ready to experience live content, network with your peers, and explore all the solutions our partners have to offer.

Below are some tips to make the most of your time with us next week. And if you haven’t registered, there’s still time. Just click here.

Attend live presentations

View the Event Agenda to learn more about the nearly 20 content sessions being offered over four days and make sure you add those you are interested in to your personal schedule. You can add sessions by simply selecting the calendar icon. You’ll receive emailed reminders about the sessions before they begin.

Network with your peers

Maximize your community experience by networking with other energy professionals, whether they are speakers or attendees. Select the Network button on the platform home page or Recommended for You on the left menu to start connecting with your peers.

Complete your profile

If you haven’t done so already, take time now to upload a photo of yourself to your HYDROVISION Exchange profile. People are more likely to engage and connect with you if they can “see” you. While adding your photo, make sure the rest of your profile is complete to help people connect with you on your interests.

Use our success guides

We provide Success Guides on the HYDROVISION Exchange website to help you get the most from your HYDROVISION Exchange experience. Our guides show you how to access the app and available features in our platform. The How To Videos walk you through using the platform and common questions.

View our partner profiles

Thank you to our many partners for this information exchange. Be sure to view their profiles to learn more about the products and services they offer. If you want to connect with a member of their team, mark them as “interested” or schedule a meeting.

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