IWA International Strategic Asset Management Forum
18 Nov 2021 / BELGRADE / SERBIA
National annual event
WATER FORUM 2021, Conference and Exhibition
The increased interest by the water and wastewater utilities in South-East Europe on leading edge practices in the field of Strategic Asset Management (SAM), brought the attention on the need to organize the International Forum. The Forum is fully supported by the IWA Specialist Group on Strategic Asset Management (SAM SG) with confirmed participation of acknowledged international experts.
The Association for Water Technology and Sanitary Engineering (UTVSI), as IWA Governing member of Serbia, is fully supporting the Forum. Most of the UTVSI’s members (209 individual and 25 collective members, 109 organizations and institutions and 86 companies and water utilities), are advanced in implementing SAM and the Forum will bring additional benefits in sharing their knowledge and experience in SAM.
The IWA International SAM Forum will articulate with the International Water Forum and Fair that UTVSI (IWA member) is organizing annually since 2008.
The focus of the IWA International SAM Forum will be on:
Besides for the SAM SG, the event would be interested for other IWA specialist groups as Benchmarking and Performance Assessment SG, Efficient Urban Management SG, Sustainability in the Water Sector SG and Institutional Governance and Regulation SG.
Three keynote speakers, 9 presenters and over 50 delegates are expected to participate on the Forum.
contemporary, multifunctional and unique
All 7 halls are placed on the first floor of the Holiday Inn building, and they are placed so that they can be combined the way you want them. We have rooms available for smaller meetings (for up to 10 participants), but we also have larger spaces that can accommodate up to 160 participants.
Holiday Inn Belgrade has 7 conference rooms with natural daylight and partition walls.
Belgrade Fortress, consists of the old citadel and Kalemegdan Park on the confluence of the River Sava and Danube, in an urban area of modern Belgrade, the capital of Serbia
The hotel will make available to all customers, without charging
This is a cobblestone pedestrian zone with lots of traditional Serbian restaurants (ser. “Kafana”), but also there are a couple of art galleries, of which “Djura Jakšić House”, where Serbia`s famous painter and poet lived.
|19th March 2020
|15:00 – 15:45
|• Representative from IWA SAM SG MC: Rita Salgado Brito
• Representatives from GIZ: Oliver Nachevski, Georgi Hristov
• Representative from Hydro-Comp Enterprise (HCE): Petros Kolovopoulos