If you’re an organisation, university or researcher looking to find out more about Anglian Water’s challenges or if you are thinking of collaborating with them, upcoming events in Peterborough and London are not to be missed!
Meet Anglian Water decision makers at Water Connect 2017
Water Connect 2017 is a free one day conference and matchmaking event for organisations interested in developing innovative solutions.
Wednesday 1 November, 9am-4pm at Allia Future Business Centre, Peterborough.
Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) and the Water Innovation Network have teamed up with the SCALE-UP programme for the second year running for Water Connect 2017, a one day conference that has been designed for companies, researchers and innovators to meet decision makers at Anglian Water.
- Delegates will learn about the key challenges and opportunities at Anglian Water.
- It creates an opportunity for innovators to find out what’s happening in the water industry right now.
- It’s free to attend but spaces are limited.
In addition to the conference, there will be a matchmaking event in the afternoon. It provides a really effective way to speak with potential cooperation partners. The meetings are pre-arranged and only last 15 minutes.
Last year Morten Grum from WaterZerv (a Danish water solutions company) attended Water Connect, he said: “It was great to learn about Anglian Water’s challenges and visions. It made me think of new ways that WaterZerv can remain competitive in today’s market. There were senior decision makers at the event which gave companies the ability to discuss genuine business needs.”
More Water Innovation Network events coming up:
UNconference – Circular Economy Challenges, Thursday 5 October, 10am-5pm at De Vere West One, 9-10 Portland Place, London W1B 1PR
Can you help to create a circular economy water industry? Or want to have your say in the agenda of a conference? Delivered in partnership between British Water, Water Innovation Network and Anglian Water, this innovative Open Space Technology based event, otherwise known as UNconference – is an organic approach to solve complex problems in large groups. For this UNconference we will be looking at the challenges, hurdles and solutions that could help the water industry to become a circular economy. Register your place.
Bioresources – Getting the most out of sludge, Wednesday 1 November, 9.30am-4pm at Deafblind UK Conference Centre, Peterborough, PE7 8FD
Can you help generate energy from sludge or bioresources? Would you like to find out about Anglian Water’s position and their aspirations? We are giving you a unique opportunity is to find out everything you need to understand the opportunities to help Anglian Water improve their energy production from bioresources. Register your place.
The partners involved in Water Connect 2017:
Enterprise Europe Network helps ambitious businesses innovate and grow internationally. Jointly funded by the European Commission and Innovate UK, experts are available to advise and connect those looking to commercialise ideas and succeed in new markets. In the UK, Enterprise Europe Network is delivered by 24 organisations located across England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland. More information on our services can be found here.
Allia is a Cambridge based UK charity that started in 1999. It supports people and organisations to create a positive social impact. Allia does this in three ways, through social finance, through social innovation and through workspace with enterprise support. Allia has Future Business Centres in Cambridge and Peterborough. They are a home for enterprises who want to improve life for people or protect the planet. They provide start-ups and growing enterprises with high quality affordable workspace, business support and opportunities to build a successful business, co-locating with like-minded organisations. For more information visit allia.org.uk and futurebusinesscentre.co.uk
The Water Innovation Network (WIN) is an initiative of Anglian Water and Allia. The network aims to drive innovation in the water industry via the supply chain and operates a members’ network with events and an idea portal for companies to submit innovations to Anglian Water. More information
Allia is a not-for-profit organisation that supports businesses - through flexible workspace, social finance and free business support - so that they can grow and create positive impact, on their communities and on the planet.