Towards water efficiency and sustainability in the MENA region.
The purpose and objective of this Forum is to realise and uphold a sustainable economy, water-resilience for the present and future generations. At the heart of all debates and discussions is the water and energy nexus.
The improved and newly launched MENA Water Forum is the region’s platform to share and co-create innovative water solutions. The clients attending reinforce their plans while showcasing tactics for integrating sustainable water management strategies with urban planning processes.
Addressing current challenges, developers, operators and water solution providers show their commitment to the growth of the sector, while capitalising on commercial aspects of the water business.
Who attends the Forum?
Addressing the impact of the water industry will be water authorities who take responsibility for water infrastructure projects. Developers, operators and private sector business who drive the project market and various investor profiles who are concerned with water risk and privatisation opportunities across the Middle East & North Africa.
Most importantly, professionals and technology experts who provide products, services and solutions in the water sector.
New features for this year’s event:
This three-day forum consists of plenary keynote addresses, roundtables, streams, break-out sessions and a compact exhibition for sponsors. We expect to host over 300 attendees.
- Launch of the MENA Water Forum Advisory Board
Interactive format: Including project showcases, discussions with developers, contractors, financiers and advisors during panel discussions and live debates
Industry led breakfast briefing: exclusive access to learning about real and specific opportunities in Iraq, Libya and Morocco
Speed networking: facilitated and structured networking to help you get the most out of your attendance
Roundtable discussions: more interaction on a strategic level
Streamed sessions: more time to focus on specific projects, technologies and solutions
Break-out sessions: more in-depth and technical discussions for water experts