WWEC2022CHAlleNGE

Collaborate for a Renewable Future in Peace! WITH ACX

ITs HAPPENED!

A new phase of our Era has begun.
The phase in which WE MUST CHANGE to slow down THE change!

Would you like to actively contribute to this cause?

Join us in WWEC2022CHAlleNGE!

how?

1. Shoot a picture (or choose one of your old ones) representing the power of WIND as a renewable and sustainable resource and post it on your Instagram Feed.

2. Write a caption including the sentence:
Collaborate for a renewable future in peace – if you want to reserve yourself a seat use the code «wwec2022challenge» to get 15% discount here www.WWEC2022.org

3. Add the hashtag #wwec2022challenge and #saveourplanet

4. Tag @adriacongrex  &  @anev_italia

what?

We will reward the 3 photos that will receive the most likes by offering to their creators:

• An invitation to WWEC 2022, 28-30 June – Palacongressi di Rimini (RN), Italy.

• An exclusive interview.

• The exhibition of the winning shots (including social networks’ references) in a special thematic corner during the event.

• The publication of their best shot on ACX an ANEV Official Pages (social networks and website), by tagging them.


Your invitation includes

  • Attendance to all scientific sessions (limited to seats availability)
  • Entrance to the exhibition area
  • Welcome reception at the Congress Venue
  • Coffee breaks and lunch
  • Badge and congress kit

When?

WWEC2022CHALLENGE will start on May 17th and you can post your picture until
June 8
th.

To decree the three lucky ones we will count the likes at 12 a.m. on June 9 th.
The announcement
of the three best photos will be on June 10 th.

PLEASE NOTE: Remember the hashtags or it will be difficult to find your post!

important

To increase Instagram Likes to your content you are allowed to:

  • Make stories and reels on all your social pages
  • Post an article on your blog or site, if you have one
  • Engage friends and family

You are NOT allowed to:

  • Sponsor your post
  • Use bots to increase likes and followers