Mazars, Sponsor of the Global Water Summit 2018

This year Mazars is proud to become one of the key sponsors of the global water summit which will take place on 14-15 April 2018 in Paris, France.

Renowned for its high-level attendance, thought-leading content and unrivalled networking opportunities, the Global Water Summit attracts top water leaders and business executives and is vital in shaping the movements of the water industry each year.

This year, Mazars is proud to become one of the key sponsors of the global conference, alongside other reknown stakeholders in the global water community such as Acciona, Evoqua, Aqualia, Suez, Veolia, or Kurita, only to name a few.

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Mazars’ engagement in the Global Water Community

This year the best water experts from Mazars will be joining over 700 top executives across multiple sectors such as water business leaders, industrial water users, water operators, utility managers, leading water technology providers and major investors, etc. to determine water’s key role in sustainable economic growth, and meeting potential partners, suppliers and clients.

Participant Profile

                 700+ top executives and decision makers

                 20+ public and private sectors

                 50+ countries

For more details of the event, click here:

Mazars reveals key findings of the French panel of the Global Water Risk Survey results

Conducted at the beginning of the year 2018, with the support of YouGov, an international market research company, our survey was conducted in seven countries worldwide (France, United Kingdom, China, Spain, Germany, India, and United States of America). Our survey sample represents some of the major economies or entities facing important water challenges.

We would like to seize the opportunity of this global event to share with you some key findings of the French panel results.

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While the French panel shows a high similarity to the global panel in most responses, it does exhibit some key variances compared to the overall global panel. Find out more here:


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