Edie Live 2017 - Water and Energy Marketplace

2017-05-23 - 2017-05-24
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01342 332090
Effective water and energy procurement have a strategic role to play in delivering sustainability strategies in business, and never more so than with the opening of the water retail market. This year edie Live marks their growing importance by introducing visitors to the leading water and energy retailers and brokers who will be on hand to help intensive users compare the options and drive simplification and efficiencies in their businesses. The joint edie Live/Utility Week Live Water and Energy Marketplace will connect Utility Week’s audience of brokers and edie’s audience of commercial and industrial energy and water customers with the newest water retailers. Joint edie/Utility Week supporting activities before and during the show include: • An in-depth “edie explains” Water Retail Competition report • Regular water retail market updates on edie.net, utilityweek.co.uk and Utility Week Magazine
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Visitor Profile: As part of Water and Energy Marketplace attracts thousands of professionals from across the UK and from 48 other countries such as China, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Ireland and USA. Over 60% of visitors influence, specify or authorise their company?s purchasing decisions and job titles include: Asset Engineers, Contract Managers, Environmental Managers, Leakage Managers, Civil Engineers, Commercial Director, Energy Manager, Innovation Managers, Metering Managers, Project Managers, Sustainability Managers, Technical Directors, Consultants and Water Engineers.

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Business success — you may think it’s all about the bottom line, but savvy CEOs like those at Apple, Starbucks and IKEA know otherwise. Although profits play a big role, it’s also important for companies to be socially responsible by considering their impact on the environment, their local economy and their customers. One way that companies can practice corporate social responsibility (CSR) is by incorporating it into company events.