Preparing for the Future 2020 and beyond

Posted: Wednesday 9th November 2016

New YouTube Channel Presents a Collection of Thoughts and Insights from Leading Water Experts.

As we head into the final quarter of 2016, 2017 starts to appear on the horizon taking us another step closer to 2020; a year of most significant change for anyone involved in the water sector.

With 2020 fast approaching, the challenges faced by the water utilities and their supply chain are on the increase, but there is one organisation striving to help the sector prepare and stay ahead of the game. The Future Water Association, as its name suggests, has one goal; to influence the future of the UK’s water sector. The association is working hard to become the pinnacle of support and knowledge for members and non-members alike by giving access to a wealth of information and resources to assist businesses within the sector overcome barriers and strive for success.

Future Water Association’s latest innovative initiative is to create an on-line knowledge library, a collection of informative videos from a wide variety of leading experts from the water sector, all conveniently located together on one dedicated YouTube channel.

The collection of some 27 videos, with many more in the pipeline, cover a wide range of topics including; “Non-household competition and the transformation of the water industry”, “Innovation in the water sector”, “Future Water Policy and Regulations”, “Customer Service”, “Resilience”, “Flooding”, “Urban Drainage” and many more. The subject matter is varied and all very relevant to the water market. Speakers include heads of business from the water utilities, academics and water industry experts from across the sector.

Paul Horton, CEO for Future Water Association, explains the thinking behind the video library “Feedback from our members has highlighted an interest in keeping up to date with industry developments and initiatives in a way that is quick and easy to access. Our YouTube channel will become an on-going place of reference for people to visit and re-visit. We aim to keep it current and will be regularly updating it with the latest thoughts and comments from industry influencers”

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