Inspire and inform at Sustainability Live
Sustainability Live, the UK's ultimate event for energy efficiency, energy recovery, water and wastewater management, wants to hear from organisations who are involved in a project, new technology or new business process that will inspire and inform its seminar audiences.
The exhibition, which takes place at the NEC Birmingham from April 1-3 next year, is offering organisations a unique platform to maximise awareness in front of a live audience of buyers, investors and suppliers.
The event organisers are asking for papers to be submitted and those that are selected will form part of the most extensive and ambitious content programme to date.
The thought-provoking, CPD-accredited seminar programme will feature around 100 sessions and more than 150 expert speakers across five specially-built theatres. It will put the spotlight on the big issues, provide practical advice and showcase the latest innovations and technologies with case studies to illustrate.
Confirmed expert speakers to date include:
- Professor Martin Cave, Warwick University Business School
- Rob Wesley, head of policy, Water UK
- Mark Powles, ceo, Business Stream
- Steve Kaye, head of innovation, Anglian Water
- Dennis Dellow, network manager, Northumbrian Water (Leakage Initiative of the Year and Outstanding Individual Contribution to the Water Industry award winner 2013)
- Stuart Crisp, business development manager, Concrete Supplies Association
- Dr Jim Marshall, policy and business adviser, Water UK.
If you have a project that would inform or inspire the Sustainability Live audience, and would like to be part of this exciting seminar programme then submit a paper via the website at www.sustainabilitylive.com or, for more information, contact Danielle Guildford at email@example.com or by phone on 01342 332088.
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