Debut for the Innovation Plaza at Wasser Berlin International 2017

21.09.2016

Innovations are key to ensuring growth and employment. That is why the Innovation Plaza will be celebrating its debut at Wasser Berlin International 2017. As a place for holding creative meetings and exchanging new ideas it will be the focus of a dedicated area in Hall 3.

All around the Plaza individual and combined displays will be exhibiting innovations and solutions ready to meet the challenges of the future. They will include products, services and technical innovations from both long-standing companies and startups. A combined display sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy (BMWi) will be giving newly established, innovative German enterprises an opportunity to showcase their new products to a wide audience. The organizers recommend contacting a relevant bank, as most of the federal States support schemes sponsoring newly established innovative enterprises.

The exhibition will be supplemented by a forum where short lectures can be held introducing and explaining innovations to customers and interested visitors.

More articles on this topic

Rising to the Sewer Pollution Challenge

01.03.2022 -

The UK government has left water companies in England in no doubt that they need to do more to protect the environment from pollution. George Heywood, analytics innovation lead for Ovarro, says that when it comes to rising main bursts, better analysis of existing data can quickly mitigate pollution risk.

Read more

EKKI Celebrates 40 Years of Pump Making

15.10.2021 -

Pumps and Water Technologies manufacturing major EKKI has launched a global campaign called “40+Into the Golden Era” celebrating the company’s 40-year anniversary, showcasing key moments of pioneering progress throughout the past 4 decades starting from Deccan to EKKI since 1981.

Read more

Isle Utilities Announces Chief Executive

30.07.2021 -

Isle Utilities has announced the appointment of Dr Benjamin Tam to the role of chief executive. On taking up the role, Tam has outlined his ambitions for both Isle and the water sector, including an increased focus on collaboration, helping utilities gain funding for environmental initiatives, championing innovation and new thinking on the challenges brought by climate change.

Read more

Water Industry “Shifting to Outcome-Based Strategy”

27.07.2021 -

The water sector is moving towards an outcome-focused approach to the way it plans and invests in environmental solutions. That is the view of Phil Higgins, Jacobs head of water, UK & Ireland, who took part in the latest Talking on Water thought-leadership conversation with British Water chief executive Lila Thompson.

Read more