On Thursday 21 September, 17, UKSTT are holding a one day masterclass comprehensively covering Pipeline Condition Assessment at the National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull, West Midlands.
This innovative Open Space Technology based event, otherwise known as UNconference – is an organic approach to solve complex problems in large groups – will take place on October 5 and will explore the future path for Circular Economy in the water industry.
The Water Innovation Network are proud to bring you a unique opportunity to find out as much as you can about bioresources at Anglian Water on the 24th January and a chance to present your innovative solution to the decision makers of the 1st March.
The FemTech market a $200 billion industry (technology/products/software that focus on women’s health) is currently booming – around $1.1 billion in funding since 2014 – but it is still nowhere near as large as it should be considering that women represent almost half of the population and +75 percent of consumer buying power.
Are you ready for the next step to make your innovative idea/project a reality?
The mounting challenge of sustainability and new technological solutions are together making bio-based supply chains an increasing possibility, that in the future will become a necessity.
Join us at this years Institute of Water Eastern Region Dragons Den!
This is a unique opportunity, to be invited by Jason Tucker for a round-table discussion about the challenges and opportunities at Anglian Water.
The Supply and Demand of AMP 7: Working Together to Deliver
Tuesday 12th February – Kingsgate Conference Centre, Peterborough
Water Connect 2019 is a one day conference and matchmaking event for people interested in developing innovative solutions for the water industry. The event is organised by Anglian Water, the Water Innovation Network, Enterprise Europe Network and the Scale Up project. The conference gives attendees the opportunity to meet the experts at Anglian Water to discuss their innovative solutions, meet like-minded businesses to form collaborations and learn more about what we are delivering to help drive efficiency and create a positive impact on our region.
The event kicks off with a morning of interactive information and update sessions. Post lunch, we start the matchmaking event, in which you can pre arrange up to six 1-1 meetings. Each meeting lasts 15 minutes and you are able to request meetings with the other event delegates (including Anglian Water specialists) via the website. Further instructions about the matchmaking process can be found one the ‘How it works’ page.
We are looking for people, products, organisations and services who are looking to make the world of water better. We know that working together achieves great things. If you are interested in creating innovative solutions that can help with the operational challenges, sharing emerging innovation or finding collaboration partners – Water Connect is the place to be.