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Water Infrastructure Networking Event: Overcoming Barriers to Commercialization

  • 24 Oct 2011
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • SpringBoard West Training Room, 120 - 2 Research Drive, REGINA, SK
  • 11

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This is a FREE event, but you must register in advance. Click here to Register!
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SEIMA, NRC-IRAP, Communities of Tomorrow and SIAST are hosting a FREE Water Infrastructure Networking Event. 

Attendees will:
  • Learn about local cutting edge research
  • Find out what companies are working on and looking for in water infrastructure
  • Learn what IP means to their business and what alternatives are available
  • Learn about the strenghts, weaknesses, opportunities and threats involved in transcending the "Valley of Death"
  • Network and build research and business collaborations
  • Clear the way to their commercialization path
  • Enjoy a free lunch!
Who should attend?
  • Companies working on water, wastewater or storm water technologies;
  • Researchers working in municipal infrastructure (university, technical institute, or private researchers)
  • Municipal workers who need the latest and the best information and connections
  • Those interested in commercializing municipal infrastructure technologies
  • Anyone involved in the business of water!


Click on the "Register" button to the left to register on-line. You can also download:

Scope of the event:

Canada has a huge and growing water infrastructure deficit. Funding cannot keep up with the cost of repairing declining systems, let alone adding capacity or building new systems to serve a growing population and meeting increasing standards of performance. These issues are compounded by the ballooning costs of providing water, wastewater and storm water services to the public.

These circumstances represent both a challenge and an opportunity for those involved in researching and commercializing water infrastructure technologies.

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