Interestingly, this one thing is something you can't live without. At least not for long. And how you use it, pay for it, and access it is going to change.
But fortunately, there are some cutting-edge entrepreneurs working wonders on solving the challenges of this one thing.
What is it?
All around the world water shortages long ago crossed the crisis threshold.
In California. Arizona. New Mexico. Georgia and Florida. The Middle East. China.
Too many years of antiquated public policy, population and economic growth, climate change, and unsustainable agriculture have strained water resources in all of these places to and beyond the breaking point.
The American Entrepreneur to the Rescue
The greater the adversity, the greater the opportunity. And in the dynamic technology landscape of "new water," American entrepreneurs are leading the way.
There are a number of transformational technologies required to solve our world's water issues. Some are currently being developed by start-ups, while others present untapped business opportunities.
What are They?
I would like to invite you to an exclusive opportunity to meet Dr. Yoram Cohen, the Director of the Water Technology Research Center at UCLA and a world-renowned expert on water technology and commercialization.
Dr. Cohen will share with us where the market opportunities in water are now and what technologies and companies are best poised to prosper in the months and years to come.