WWT Water Industry Innovation Conference 2019

Date: 5th December 2019

Location: National Conference Centre, Birmingham

The 2019 WWT Water Industry Innovation Conference will bring the industry together to share best practice, align stakeholders and tackle risk-aversity, while maintaining a degree of coordination across the industry.

It is the UK’s most established conference for innovation professionals focused on embracing cultural transformation and game-changing technology in water.

Through interactive working groups, live audience polling and inspirational case studies, find out how your organisation can drive a disruptive level of innovation through new tech and behaviour change.

Nowhere else can you:

  • Find out what water company funding priorities are for innovation in the next AMP
  • Attend interactive workshops on leakage, smart networks, partnerships and skills
  • Hear Ofwat’s innovation commitments through an on-stage interview
  • Learn which game-changing technologies could benefit your business

 

New speakers for 2019 include:

  • John Russell, Senior director, strategy and planning, Ofwat
  • Eliane Algaard, Water director, Northumbrian Water
  • Chris Thomas, Head of business improvement and innovation, Bristol Water
  • Justin Bailey, Head of innovation, Severn Trent
  • Angela MacOscar, Head of innovation, Northumbrian Water
  • Shaunna Cubberley, Head of innovation engagement, Anglian Water
  • Paul Gaskin, Research and innovation manager, Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water
  • Oliver Grievson, Director, SWIG
  • Jeremy Heath, Innovation manager, SES Water
  • Helen Wood, Hydraulic modelling manager, South East Water
  • Richard Lennard, Head of commercial – programme and project partner, Sellafield Ltd, Project 13

 

To discover the full agenda, speaker line-up and book your place visit: event.wwtonline.co.uk/innovation

15% Discount for WIF Members
To view full details and book, visit event.wwtonline.co.uk/innovation/register and when registering insert promo code WIF15 to get the 15% discount.

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