Britain + Israel: Partnering to deliver water
innovation globally -Closed roundtable
Join this intimate session with 5 directors from Arup’s global water team, who are visiting Israel in pursuit of partnerships with local water-tech companies. Learn about global water projects Arup is engaged in, and for an open discussion about how Israeli technologies can partner with Arup to deploy globally. This breakfast is invite-only for a select group of Israeli water tech executives. The breakfast will be followed by the CleanIsrael Meetup event (details below)
CleanIsrael in partnership with the UK Israel Tech Hub are proud to host this event featuring presentations by senior water industry executives from Arup, a global firm of 11,000+ professionals delivering innovative built environment projects across industry. Their 800+ water team works across all areas of the water cycle, designing and delivering water engineering and management projects at local, national and international levels.
The event will be preceded with a closed roundtable for executives from the water industry. For an invitation, please reach out to Yoni Dolgin ([masked]) or Gabby Czertok ([masked]).
9:00 - 9:45am Registration & Networking
9:45 - 10:30am Presentations and Q&A
Mark Fletcher, Global Water Leader, Arup – Mark is responsible for all water and flood risk related business activity across Arup and has advised at a regional, national and trans-national level. He is also AMP5 Framework Director for Yorkshire Water engaged in delivery of their AMP5 capital programme. Mark holds leadership positions across major British water industry forums, government agencies, and research councils. His international experience includes sustainable water management, reservoir and flood management in Cyprus, Greece, Ireland, Uzbekistan, Botswana, South Africa, Poland and the Ukraine.
Martin Shouler, Associate Director, Arup - Martin has extensive experience in a wide range of public health services including water supply, sanitation, sewerage, water conservation and efficiency, water quality, water treatment, wastewater engineering, and infrastructure services. In addition, he serves as an advisor to the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on the sustainable use of water, directing priorities and research needs.
Directors from Arup’s global water business are being hosted by the UK Israel Tech Hub, a team based at the British Embassy in Israel, driving economic growth in both countries by helping British companies partner with the best of Israeli innovation. In this Meetup you will learn about global water projects Arup is engaged in, and join an open discussion about how Israeli technologies can partner with Arup to deploy globally.