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Future Water Innovation & Supplier Day with Skanska


                                        





Future Water Association are holding a Supplier and Innovation Day on 2 May 2018. Calls for entry into the Water Dragons heat are now being requested with particular interest in No-Dig structural repair & replacement technology.

UKSTT members are entitled to register for this event at Future Water Association members rate.

Date: Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Venue: Skanska, Needlands House, Bentley Works, Pipering Lane, Doncaster DN5 9NB
Registration from: 9.30am

Come and join staff from Skanska one of the UK's leading contracting companies and colleagues from the Supply Chain in an event focussed on creating opportunities for smart & innovative  SME's and specialist suppliers. As they look forward to AMP 7 and beyond Skanska have ambitious plans to expand their operations in the UK Water & Wastewater sector and are seeking the support of forward looking and innovative suppliers to strengthen their supply chain. This is an opportunity to introduce your products and services to a leading Tier 1 supplier and to gain an insight into their requirements. Delegates will be able to engage directly with Skanska staff and have the opportunity to exhibit their products and services on the day and engage in face to face 'Meet the Buyer' sessions.

Highlights of the Day:

* Exhibit your products and services to Skanska staff
* Network with staff and fellow suppliers alike
* Join the audience for a live heat of Water Dragons 2018 and vote for your favourite product or service
* Book a face to face 'Meet the Buyer' session
* Lunch and refreshments provided

Registration Fees:

Future Water Association Members: £99.00 +VAT
Non-members: £150.00 +VAT
Exhibition Space: £250.00 +VAT (inc. one free delegate place)
Skanska Staff: Free of Charge

For full details and booking form visit: www.futurewaterassociation.com or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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