Despite ambitious initiatives focused on boosting female participation in the Energy and Resources sector, women remain significantly under represented in senior roles. To succeed as a female leader in this evolving environment requires the ability to break gender barriers, overcome unconscious bias, navigate complex challenges and lead with authenticity. The Women in Energy and Resources Leadership Summit 2017 will provide practical strategies and critical skills necessary for women to excel in the industry.


Liquid Learning presents the 5th Annual Women in Retail and FMCG Leadership Summit 2017 which brings together aspiring, emerging, and accomplished female leaders in this unique environment. Delegates will be provided the opportunity to hear uplifting and inspiring testimonies from successful leaders in this space. This annual conference will be comprised of case studies, expert commentaries, and panel discussions that will divulge the critical skill sets required of female leaders. The learning is reinforced with optional full-day workshops that take a hands-on approach to developing the skills needed to excel.


After a successful inaugural event, Liquid Learning’s 2nd Women in Property Leadership Summit 2017 once again brings together the country’s foremost property leaders to champion women’s leadership and provide the practical tools you need for success. Through anecdotal case studies, experiential workshops, inspiring expert commentaries and interactive panel discussions, this unmissable event will offer the support, advice and insight you need to advance your career.


All water industry personnel involved in the operation and maintenance of urban, rural and industrial water related infrastructure for the management, conveyance, treatment, discharge and reuse of water and trade wastes should attend this conference.


By 2050, 9 billion people are expected to inhabit the planet. Water scarcity on the one hand, and flood-proof cites on the other will become our main challenges. Amsterdam International Water Week 2017 presents a new approach that tackles these challenges head on