Singapore Intl. Water Week Features Technology Conference

March 18, 2014

Water industry experts will present and host roundtable discussions at TechXchange 2014

Singapore International Water Week TechXchange 2014
Photo courtesy of Singapore Intl. Water Week

TechXchange, a one-day conference focused on technology innovation and commercialization, is taking place on Sunday, June 1, 2014 during Singapore Intl. Water Week. At the conference attendees will have a chance to discover the latest innovations, get up to speed with the latest ideas and technologies emerging in the global water space and network with their peers in a lively and friendly environment.

Jointly organized by the Environment & Water Industry, rethink, BlueTech Research and PUB, TechXchange will feature the who's who of the international water industry presenting and hosting roundtable discussions as part of the expert-speaking faculty. Attendees can:

  • Hear Veolia, Xylem, Mekorot, PUB, Masdar and Suez Environnement talk candidly about the realities of implementing innovation into their operations
  • Join the debate at roundtable discussions hosted by influential industry leaders, such as CH2M Hill's Glen Daigger, Cindy Wallis-Lage of Black & Veatch, IBM's Michael Dixon or Amy Leung of the Asian Development Bank
  • Gain insight into the mind of one of water's greatest entrepreneurs, Andrew Benedek of Anaergia, as he shares his story during a fireside chat with O2 Environmental's Paul O'Callaghan
  • Discover which 12 early-stage companies are selected by PUB and BlueTech Research to pitch to our panels of investor "dragons"
  • Find out who will win the BlueTech Disrupt-o-meter and BlueTruffle Awards for the most disruptive technology and the best go-to-market strategy

All 12 early-stage technology companies featured at the Techxchange will exhibit at the inaugural Innovation Pavilion. The Innovation Pavilion is a new feature of SIWW and will form an innovation hub were visitors can find the most cutting edge technologies from around the world.

Source: 
Singapore Intl. Water Week

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