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About Wet Infrastructure Summit 2018

As the region’s population continues to grow, the demand for water continues to rise exerting pressure on how this vital resource in managed.

The region has over the years gained experience in mitigating and managing the risks that threaten water supply. The Wet Infrastructure Summit 2018 details opportunities and requirements for designing, constructing, refurbishing, operating and maintaining effective, sewage, drainage networks, treatment, coastal restoration and maintenance of all water assets in the MENA Region.

Abu Dhabi Stormwater Management Plan worth US$2.5bn continues to be implemented across a 15-year timeline. Dubai’s deep tunnel storm water systems is part of Dubai’s ongoing project to be completed in 2025. The construction of two tunnels will be located deep beneath the city, supported by a 140km of link sewers and key pumping stations from Bur Dubai to the Jebel Ali treatment plant, with the other starting in Deira through Al Warsan treatment plant.

Bahrain will invest $4bn over the next five years to develop its power and water infrastructure, and will announce the construction of a sewerage network for houses.

The Egyptian Government says capital expenditure of over $2 billion will be invested into water supply and more than $3.5 billion will go into wastewater between 2015 and 2020.

The Jordanian government is set to implement projects worth JD5.3 billion ($7 billion) to secure additional water resources as part of its water management strategy over the next 10 years.

Saudi Arabia will soon have one of the world’s largest water pipelines, more than 900-kilometer transmission system that will pump nearly 4 million cubic meters per day (cum/d) of water from Jubail Industrial City to the capital of Riyadh and This year. The SWCC announced plans to invest about $80 billion by 2025 to increase desalinated water production to 8.5 million m3/d. In addition, the National Water Company (NWC) has invested nearly $6.7 billion on more than 300 water projects in the fields of service, infrastructure development and water treatment in Makkah, Riyadh, Taif and Jeddah.

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EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE MENA WATER INDUSTRY

Maximise the Power of Your Brand and Stand out from the Crowd

Becoming a partner of the Wet Infrastructure Summit 2018, as one of our exclusive sponsors, will ensure that your company’s name stands out from the crowd and is recognised through our extensive marketing and branding opportunities, enabling you to capture the attention of core decision makers who influence the growth and development of the water industry and generate quality relationships for your organisation in this rapidly developing country.

The Wet Infrastructure Summit 2018 is the perfect platform for you to:

  • Expand your network of contacts and potential clients
  • Build brand credibility
  • Generate new leads and build quality new business relationships
  • Position your brand as a thought leader
  • Demonstrate your commitment to the local market
  • Gain a competitive edge
  • Interact with major industry players and engage key decision makers
  • Launch new products and services

Depending on your specific business objectives, you can take advantage of our tailored sponsorship packages to help you reach your goals.

Whether you choose one of our exclusive packages or work with our team to create a package customized to fit your specific needs or desired investment level, our Sponsorship Programme will help you focus directly on your targets and offer you maximum ROI.

To find out more about the most suitable sponsorship package for your business objectives, contact us on: +971 4 563 1555 or opportunities@acm-events.com