24 January, Report from Roundtable on Water: Water management that makes business sense

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Published Mar 01, 2017

Roundtable on Water: Water Management that Makes Business Sense was organised on 24 January 2017 by KTH Royal Institute of Technology together with the Embassy of India in Sweden and the Sweden-India Business Council (SIBC) as well as experts in the area of water management, private sector collaboration and partnership.

The aim was to understand how effective and focused programmes with the private sector can catalyze innovation practices.

Among key panelists were Professor Prosun Bhattacharya, KTH, and David Nilsson, Director of WaterCentre@KTH, in addition to representatives from Water Aid, Swedish Water House, and other organisations. Each of the speakers bring a vast experience of programmes with India that have been game-changers for private sector engagement with development initiatives. The Roundtable also discussed the legal parameters required to make successful initiatives sustainable.


  Re-positioning research for global water innovations (pdf 589 kB)  - David Nilsson

  Roundtable on Water Management (pdf 7.0 MB)  - Prosun Bhattacharya


Roundtable on Water Management 24 January 2017 Report (pdf 2.3 MB)

Report prepared by Professor Prosun Bhattacharya, KTH in consultation with Vijai Kumar, Counsellor, Embassy of India, Stockholm – Sweden & Arati Davis & Robin Sukhia, Sweden-India Business Council (SIBC).

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