Breakout strands took place over the two days of the event, covering key topics in the American water market.
The American Water Summit brings together the highest levels of the water sector in North America. Attending this conference will provide you with unrivaled access to thought leaders in both the public and private sectors through interactive sessions, roundtable discussions, and dedicated One-2-One Meetings throughout the conference.
Insight leaders from across the industry chair tightly focused roundtable discussions addressing the “Most Pressing Questions for America’s Water Future”. Every delegate will be able to participate in four 20-minute discussion groups in which they can lend their expertise to drive the discussion or quietly absorb the exchanges between the sharpest minds in the business.
Every registered delegate is added to our One-2-One Networking platform, a space where attendees can arrange intimate, face-to-face meetings well in advance of the conference to form new partnerships, strike pivotal deals, or maintain existing relationships. Delegates use this platform to ensure their ROI and shake the hands they need to shake.
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The American Water Summit 2019 will take place at the Omni Houston Hotel. Located in prestigious Uptown, near The Galleria and situated in a park-like setting, this luxurious hotel offers all the comforts and amenities of a resort with the convenience of an urban setting.
The Global Water Leaders Group brings together the CEOs of water utilities and agencies to address the world’s water issues.
For 15 years Global Water Intelligence (GWI) has been helping clients make the most informed strategic decisions by providing expert-led publications, newsletters, databases and market research reports. Over the years, we have acquired an expert team of researchers and journalists with backgrounds in finance, economics, water and technology who are extremely well-connected.
Leading Utilities of the World (LUOW) is a network of the world’s most forward-thinking water and wastewater utilities, as defined by the network’s 14 distinct innovation areas. Its members represent the gold standard of utility innovation and performance throughout the developed world’s water sector.