Location: Enterprise Ireland HQ, Eastpoint, Dublin
On Wednesday February 27th, Enterprise Ireland, together with Wet Networks (Arup and WRc initiative), will hold a water and wastewater innovation seminar in Dublin. With the UK’s Asset Management Period (AMP) 7 moving ever closer, this event will bring together key industry stakeholders from the UK and Ireland to discuss the key innovation trends and challenges facing the sector as it moves into a new spending cycle. The greater focus placed by Ofwat (UK water regulator) on customer engagement and longer-term outcomes better enables service providers to innovate and invest for the longer term in the best interest of their customers. It’s clear that new ways of working and new approaches are required to address the challenges facing the sector, to facilitate and enable innovation and to find better ways of using scarce resources.
The keynote address will be provided by Trevor Bishop, Director of Strategy and Policy – Water Resources South East with confirmed attendance from Yorkshire Water and Arup, among others.
For further details, please view the event agenda online
Convening at Enterprise Ireland HQ, UK water utilities, tier one contractors and industry stakeholders will meet with members of Enterprise Ireland’s water and wastewater cluster to discuss their innovation priorities and areas of required support. The seminar will also provide ample opportunities for valuable one-to-one business networking while an informal Wet Networks and Enterprise Ireland networking reception will also take on the evening of Tuesday February 26th (19:00 – 21:00) at the Gibson Hotel, Dublin.
Please note that there are limited spaces available for this reception and for the seminar on February 27th. Free to attend, places will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. To confirm your attendance, please register online.
For further details or in case of questions, please contact Darragh Cotter, Enterprise Ireland Market Advisor (London office) at firstname.lastname@example.org or Liam Curran, Senior Technologist (Shannon office) at email@example.com