The 5th FineWaters Summit - after Barcelona, Vidago and Shanghai and Los Angeles - will be held in conjunction with the Water Tasting Competition in Guangzhou June 14 – 15, 2017. The strong interest in the Summit & Competition is fueled by the growth and performance of the Chinese bottled water market and the adoption of premium bottled water as a luxury category. #finewaterssummit2017
FineWater Tasting Competition
FineWaters and the Fine Water Society in collaboration with the WaterExop Guangzhou will conduct the 3rd International Fine Water Tasting Competition in Guangzhou June 16 - 17, 2017. #finewaterscompetition2017
We encourage brands to take part in both the Competition and the Summit. The registration fee of $ 975 includes the conference, group dinners, lunch, cocktail reception and participation in the tasting competition. Please register early as we have limited space.
June 13 Cocktail Reception 6pm | Dinner 7-9pm June 14 Summit Conference 9am-5pm | Dinner 7-9pm June 15 Summit Conference 9am-12noon Ad Hoc and Breakout Sessions | Sightseeing June 16 Fine Water Tasting Competition at WaterExpo June 17 Award Ceremony ar WaterExpo June 18 WaterExpo
We will have our summit in the Langham Place, Guangzhou (广州南丰朗豪酒店) a 5star hotel just across the street from the Canton Fair where we will have the Competition at the WaterExpo.
Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong province, is a regional central municipality in South China and the southern gateway of the country. Guangzhou is a well-renowned culture city with a history of more than 2,200 years and a homeland of overseas Chinese as well. It enjoys the name of “Flower City” as the superb geographic and climatic conditions in the South contribute to the natural beauty here.
Around corners and less-trodden lanes of the downtown, you may run into an ancient Buddha temples with history of over 1,000 years, or catch sight of a magnificent cathedral backgrounder with the typical Cantonese buildings. In the “old” side of the city, you can always find a nice tea house to enjoy Yum Cha(traditional Cantonese dim sum breakfast) like the locals do.
After 2010 Asian Games, Guangzhou gained thorough renovation and gives off gloss from the latest landmarks to a wealth of skyscrapers that tower above. Appreciate its blooming new looks at the highest TV tower worldwide, and, if time permits, experience the ever vibrant nightlife along the stretch of Pearl River and new city axle.
Guangzhou offers shopping options from high-end malls with luxury brands to local markets tucked in back streets. It is also the wholesale capital of South China offering several areas of professional wholesale business covering garment, leather, furniture, toys and IT products.
The city is honored as “the gourmet paradise” in China. Renowned both in and out of China, the Cantonese is one of the Eight Culinary Traditional of Chinese cuisine.