Are you a water entrepreneur and have innovative ideas? I have good news for you.
This is your opportunity to showcase your projects, because Falcon just teamed up with Imagine H2O.
It’s clear that our water demand is rising all over the world, increasing pressure on our water systems and aging water infrastructure.
To solve this water crisis, we need innovation to address our current and future water needs.
And, as a company that uses the power of our business and products to help solve local social and environmental problems, we are always looking to develop partnerships with entrepreneurs, quality institutions and nonprofits like YOU whose value and mission is aligned to help address both environmental and social welfare through innovation and forward thinking.
So, move over Silicon Valley! Our Beta partnership with Imagine H2O will allow Falcon access to promising entrepreneurs and water innovations.
“As a certified B Corporation devoted to engineering water technologies that provide solutions for international communities, we are extremely excited to partner with Imagine H2O to help strategically support entrepreneurs bringing cutting edge water conservation products to the market.” stated Simon A. Davis, President and CEO of Falcon Waterfree Technologies. “We are proud to partner with nonprofit organizations like Imagine H2O that share our vision for conservation through innovation.”
“Adding Falcon Waterfree Technologies to Imagine H2O’s Beta Partners program strengthens our organization’s ability to identify and scale new innovations that will conserve our most precious resource – water,” explains Scott Bryan, President of Imagine H2O.
About Imagine H2O
Imagine H2O, the water innovation accelerator, empowers people to deploy and develop innovation to solve water challenges globally. By partnering industry and policy experts with a global network of customers and investors, Imagine H2O has become a proven path-to-market for emerging water technology businesses. Since 2009, Imagine H2O’s accelerator has helped over 80 innovative companies win customers and receive more than 1 in every 10 dollars of early stage investment in the water sector.