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The Waterline
Summit 2022

The largest decarbonisation event in the North of England.

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  • In person
  • Free to attend
  • Over 3 days

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Over three days, businesses large and small will come together with academics, industry experts and young people, to learn, discuss and tackle the greatest challenge of our time, as we all work together to reach net zero.

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Frequently Asked
Questions

Nothing! This year’s event is completely free to attend.

Yes – Take a look through the schedule in the summit hub and pick which events you would like to attend and register for each one individually.

Of course! We are counting on you to invite others and make The Waterline Summit as big as possible.

Slide packs, roundups and more will be hosted in the Waterline Summit event hub following the summit.

Send an email to bondholders@marketinghumber.com for any technical assistance.

If you have any other questions about The Waterline Summit 2022 ahead of the event, email paige.mcgowan@marketinghumber.com

The Waterline Summit 2022 is being held fully in-person at the Aura Innovation Centre, Bridgehead Business Park, Meadow Road, Hessle, UK. HU13 OGD. The venue is easily accessible by road, bus or train. By road: - The Bridgehead Business Park is located to the West of Hull city centre, near to the Humber Bridge and A63, on the A15 - Boothferry Road. - On-site parking will be available By bus: - Bus routes 152, 55 EastRider, and 66B stop on Boothferry Road, outside the business park. https://www.eastyorkshirebuses.co.uk/services By train: - Hull's Paragon Interchange is located in the city centre. Bus routes 152, 55 EastRider, and 66B can be used to reach the business park from Hull Paragon Interchange. Hessle train station is a 25 minute walk from the business park.

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