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The Global Water Summit is for those individuals who want to make a difference – to get involved, to join the debate and get things done. Whichever part of the industry you’re in, you’ll find you’re in the right place to meet more key water leaders than you ever thought possible.
- Water ministers and utility chief executives who take responsibility for water infrastructure
- Business leaders who rely on water to maintain their production
- Investors who are concerned about the impact of water risk on their portfolios
- Engineers and water technologists who can provide the solutions