– I’m here to get up to date on what’s going on in the market and to see what new developments have been made. There are so many new things and interesting developments to see and so many people to talk to. I have only positive things to say.
Peter Gustafsson, Växjö kommun
– We have a number of projects to implement in our municipality over the coming years, and here at Vatten2023 there are so many interesting ideas and people who can help us. I must have gained 10 new suggestions for solutions that I’ll take away with me, so I’m very satisfied. Right people, right place.
Sara Börjesson, Swedish Hydro Solutions
– The Innovation Stage has been the cherry on the top of the whole exhibition. It’s been a fantastic feature and has given us the chance to see presentations on a range of solutions and technologies.
Jan Haraldsson, Svedala kommun
– This is the most important exhibition of the year for us. It’s also the biggest exhibition in the calender – the whole water and sewerage sector in Sweden is here. Relationship sales are a key part of how the water and sewerage sector works, which is something we’re keen to cultivate here at Vatten2023. Everyone coming together here has a role to play in dealing with the challenges that lie ahead.
Clas Edvardsson Berg, Xylem Water Solutions
– The exhibition itself has been very professionally organised, and as part of the VA-tour Sverige (Swedish water and sewerage sector tour), it’s important for us to be here. It gives us the chance to meet up with contacts we might not otherwise be able reach through our standard channels. And from a brand perspective, of course it’s vital that we have a presence in this kind of arena.
Ulrika Andersson, Ulefos AB
– It’s a delight to have the exhibition in Gothenburg, it’s a great gathering place. The whole sector needs this kind of attention. There’s a huge need for this, and so creating this kind of meeting place is vital. Those of us who work in the sector know that it’s not a huge sector, but with climate change making its presence known, we need to raise awareness amongst society at large if we want the systems and processes people take for granted to keep working.
Anders Schirell, Dahl