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UTILITY Week 11th July 2014

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Utility Week™ Live incorporating IWEX is the UK's first and only exhibition dedicated to the business, operational and technical needs of the UK's water, electricity and gas utilities. Building on the rich heritage of IWEX - Faversham House's long-standing water and wastewater exhibition - Utility Week TM Live incorporating IWEX will provide an important information exchange and market place for the UK's multi-billion pound utility industries and an ideal environment for exhibitors to do business. Whether your organisation is selling specialised equipment, technology or know-how into a specific segment of the market - or your expertise is equally relevant across utilities - Utility Week TM Live incorporating IWEX will deliver the audience you need to succeed. Why you should exhibit: ✓ Extend your competitive advantage by exhibiting your products and services in an environment dedicated to the UK utility market, or engaging with the audience via sponsored features and networking opportunities; ✓ Do business and network with thousands of relevant, engaged buyers; ✓ Leverage your ROI further across Faversham House's extensive portfolio of business information products. To book your stand or request further information, please contact the sales team: Nicky Shaw – energy sector +44 (0) 1342 332070 nicky.shaw@fav-house.com Rachael Lyon – water sector +44 (0) 1342 332097 rachael.lyon@fav-house.com utilityweeklive.co.uk BOOK YOUR STAND TODAY The new exhibition dedicated to the UK's water, electricity and gas utilities WATER & WASTE WATER TREATMENT INCORPORATING 21-23 APRIL 2015 NEC BIRMINGHAM UK ASSET MANAGEMENT SMART GRIDS METERING & MONITORING GENERATION Brought to you by the publishers and organisers of: Co-located with: Organised by: Supported by:

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