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  • Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out of Your Pentaho Trial
    Tips and Tricks to Get the Most Out of Your Pentaho Trial Jason Bachman, Sales Engineer, Pentaho Recorded: Aug 31 2017 22 mins
    Want to learn more about the Pentaho Trial? Then attend this recorded webcast that focuses on big data and data integration best practices as well as how to get the most out of your Pentaho 30-day trial.

    Other topics include:

    * A review the components that are part of your trial and best approach to get started
    *A discussion on the best way to connect to your data and manage your analytical pipeline
    * A showcase our library of videos, tutorials and documentation for a smooth trial
    * Highlights of proven best practices to make the most of your 30-day download
  • Big Data Integration & Analytics: Learn More About Pentaho's End-to-End Solution
    Big Data Integration & Analytics: Learn More About Pentaho's End-to-End Solution Jorge Villamariona, Sr. Technical Solutions Manager, Pentaho Recorded: Aug 31 2017 41 mins
    Watch this recorded webinar to learn more about how Pentaho can help you with big data integration and analytics. Other topics include:

    * Pentaho's flexible enterprise-grade platform for blending data across diverse sources, such as Hadoop, NoSQL, relational databases, and enterprise applications

    * Our flexible and interactive business analytics solutions for data exploration, visualization and consumption

    * Embedding Pentaho's full array of business analytics seamlessly into your existing applications to drive data monetization and a better customer experience

    * How customers like Caterpillar leverage Pentaho's end-to-end platform to drive transformational business results and ROI
  • Membrane to Remain Resilient as Southeast Asia's Industry Continues to Recover
    Membrane to Remain Resilient as Southeast Asia's Industry Continues to Recover Melvin Leong, Associate Director, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Aug 10 2017 32 mins
    The Southeast Asia Membrane Technologies Market, comprising of Microfiltration (MF), Ultrafiltration (UF), Nanofiltration (NF) and Reverse Osmosis (RO), is seeing steady double-digit growth rates due to the region-wide focus on cleaner water and wastewater. The nascent membrane technologies market in Southeast Asia is still highly fragmented, but market leaders from Japan and Europe have already begun capitalizing on the largely under-developed SEA membrane market.

    Why you must attend:

    Understand growth trends in membrane technology markets in Southeast Asia and regions that are growing the fastest
    Identify the roadmap of membrane technology and related competitive development in the region
    Learn four growth opportunities for membrane companies in the largely under-developed Southeast Asian region
  • New Entrants to Create Revenue Models through Convergence of Building Systems
    New Entrants to Create Revenue Models through Convergence of Building Systems John Raspin, Partner and Senior Research Analyst, Anirudh Bhaskaran, Energy & Environment Recorded: May 9 2017 58 mins
    The homes and buildings industry is full of huge opportunities for different tier-level participants. Disruptors and deeply entrenched participants are competing in terms of business models, technology-based product offerings, and price. Therefore, it is necessary for participants to understand growth opportunities, technologies transforming the industry, companies to watch, and potential business models to stay competitive in the industry. This outlook will help participants understand the dynamics of the industry while focusing on key market developments.
  • 4 Eating Styles: Yoghurt Case Study
    4 Eating Styles: Yoghurt Case Study Severine Bensa & Virginia Clifford Recorded: May 2 2017 39 mins
    Recent research has uncovered that consumers fall into one of four categories of eating style - crunchers, chewers, smooshers or suckers.

    According to the research, chewers enjoy a prolonged chewing action, crunchers like the sound and feeling of a hard bite, smooshers enjoy manipulating soft food in their mouths, and suckers enjoy extracting as much flavour as possible.

    We can help food companies use these findings to improve formulations and their front-of-pack messaging. By understanding each eating style, manufacturers can develop more successful products. In this webinar, we focus on yoghurts to show you how you can use these innovative insights.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
    •The importance of Sensory Experience to consumers
    •The differences in eating styles
    •New consumers insights in yoghurts which you can use to develop your products
    •Ingredion’s texture capabilities and expertise
  • Clean-taste pulses: Bringing delicious nutrition to more foods and beverages
    Clean-taste pulses: Bringing delicious nutrition to more foods and beverages Pat O’Brien and Dilek Uzunalioglu, Ph.D. Recorded: Apr 25 2017 55 mins
    Research shows that today’s consumers want great-tasting foods and beverages that offer enhanced nutrition and clean labels. They’re also looking for plant-based protein and sustainably sourced ingredients. Pulses help you meet these hot consumer trends—and we see their use in formulations skyrocketing. But when should you leverage their natural, beany flavor profile and when should you choose a clean-taste version? Get consumer insights and formulation tips in this pulse-focused webinar.
  • How to minimise non-commodity charges on your energy bill
    How to minimise non-commodity charges on your energy bill Pri Shrestha Recorded: Mar 31 2017 60 mins
    We will be running a special webinar on 31st March at 10 a.m.

    Non-commodity charges are going up and are becoming a bigger part of your energy bills. The expert team from British Gas will join Chief Reporter, Pri Shrestha to discuss what’s changing and how you can start to alleviate these charges.

    Topics to be covered include

    •T&D costs
    •Green Charges
  • Understanding Water in the National Trust
    Understanding Water in the National Trust Mark Roberts, Pri Shrestha Recorded: Jan 24 2017 60 mins
    Mark Roberts works for the National Trust as an internal consultant on water. His role is to provide their properties with advice and guidance on all aspects of water across the properties including key items like mains water usage, private water supplies, private sewage systems, flood risk and sustainable drainage. He is passionate about the environment and is keen to improve the way the organisation manages water and reduce the impacts it has on the local water environment.

    Mark will discuss how to baseline and monitor water and then look at wider aspects of water including the deregulation happening in April. We will be joined by Jodi Robinson, VAS Operations Manager at Water Plus. She is knowledgeable in water efficient products and building tailored Water Management strategies to suit individual requirements. Jodi has over 15 years working in various consultancy and project managements positions.

    A big thank you for Fit for the Future helping to pull this all together.
  • 清洁标签在中国有市场么?
    清洁标签在中国有市场么? 张慧菁,宜瑞安亚太清洁标签市场经理;张茜,宜瑞安中国清洁标签市场经理 Recorded: Jan 10 2017 46 mins


    • 食品标签趋势解析
    • 中国消费者对食品清洁标签的理解洞察
    • 如何将清洁标签转化为吸引消费者的市场定位

  • Seize the power of pulses: tips to address the hottest food & beverage trends
    Seize the power of pulses: tips to address the hottest food & beverage trends Dr. Yadu Dar, Ingredion Incorporated and Dr. Mehmet Tulbek, AGT Foods Recorded: Dec 7 2016 59 mins
    As one of the few plant-based, sustainable, high-quality proteins, pulses have gained widespread attention in recent years. The United Nations designated 2016 as the International Year of Pulses. In this webinar, you’ll see how pulse flours and proteins compare to other commonly used flours and proteins. You’ll also learn how to leverage pulses’ functional and textural benefits and how to overcome formulation challenges. Case studies will highlight protein enhancement, allergen replacement (including gluten-free products) and cost savings across a variety of application areas—from bakery, snacks and pastas to dairy, soups, sauces and dressings. Discover how to meet demand for plant-based protein in deliciously differentiated foods and beverages with pulses. Register today.
  • Your next success story with real solutions in processed and imitation cheese
    Your next success story with real solutions in processed and imitation cheese Mary Lynne Shafer, Senthil Ganesh and Xin Yang from Ingredion Incorporated Recorded: Nov 9 2016 59 mins
    In the last instalment of the Ingredion cheese series you heard from our experts on the direction the industry is taking, the challenges they continue to face and the growing trends in cheese consumption globally. In this upcoming webinar we will now focus on how Ingredion is bringing innovation to address your biggest cheese challenges. Learn about how we design and develop ingredient solutions based on industry needs that can be combined with our proprietary understanding of consumer eating style preferences leading to finished products that will delight a broader consumer base. Register now.
  • Is there a market for clean label in Asia Pacific?
    Is there a market for clean label in Asia Pacific? Dr Nazlin Imram & Hui Cheng Chong, Ingredion Singapore Pte Ltd Recorded: Oct 20 2016 30 mins
    As the clean label trend continues to grow globally, you will need every advantage to stay ahead. Get the latest insights into what defines “clean and simple” labels for consumers in Asia Pacific, who are looking for products that are “natural,” less processed, and free from chemicals and other undesirable ingredients.

    Key highlights include:
    • Understand the food label landscape in Asia Pacific
    • Learn how consumers in Asia Pacific perceive Clean Label across food categories
    • Translate clean label into consumer language for positioning opportunities
  • Translating “clean label” and “simple label” into consumer language
    Translating “clean label” and “simple label” into consumer language Daniel Haley, Ingredion Incorporated Recorded: Jul 28 2016 37 mins
    What do those terms really mean, and how can you make them add value?

    “Clean label” and “simple label” are terms we hear used every day in our industry, yet most consumers have never heard of them. The trend toward clean and simple is now global and a major challenge for processed food manufacturers, but the indicators used to analyze the trend can be misleading. Drawing on deep consumer and manufacturer research, this webinar addresses what “clean label” and “simple label” really mean for consumers, how the two terms differ, and how we can most effectively market them.
  • Demand Side Response: unlocking the value of your flexible demand
    Demand Side Response: unlocking the value of your flexible demand Paul Lowbridge, Chris Kimmett, Martyn Newton, Priyanka Shrestha, Glyn Lee Recorded: Mar 17 2016 60 mins
    In 2015 National Grid launched its Power Responsive campaign to help deliver Demand Side Response (DSR) at scale by 2020.

    Join this webinar at 2pm on Thursday, 17th March to find out why and how your business can benefit.

    You’ll hear from:
    •Paul Lowbridge, Power Responsive Programme Manager at National Grid
    •Chris Kimmett, Commercial Manager at Open Energi
    •Martyn Newton, University of East Anglia
    •Glyn Lee, East of England Co-op

    They will share their expertise and experience of Demand Side Response, providing you with an overview of:
    •How our energy system is changing and the role of DSR
    •The different types of DSR
    •How to develop a DSR strategy
    •Challenges and lessons learnt from implementing DSR
  • 2016 Global Oil & Gas Outlook
    2016 Global Oil & Gas Outlook Jonathan Robinson, Principal Consultant and Carl Larry, Oil & Gas Lead Analyst Recorded: Mar 3 2016 53 mins
    The dramatic decline in oil prices at the end of 2015 and the start of 2016 is having major implications for the sector and the wider economy.

    The presentation will cover:

    · Slowdown in upstream investment - What will it mean for E&Ps and oilfield service companies?
    · M&A activity - Will lower prices drive deal making?
    · Downstream surges to the fore - Can players take advantage to drive longer-term gains?
    · Impact of these changes so far and the potential developments in 2016.
  • Behaviourial Change and Engagement
    Behaviourial Change and Engagement Sophie Longmate Recorded: Feb 25 2016 44 mins
    Sophie Longmate of Walgreens Boots Alliance looks at the psychology of people to drive greater engagement around energy savings and share with you the journey that Boots has been on surrounding this topic.
  • Is this the $64,002 question?
    Is this the $64,002 question? Gareth Williams and Kyle Macneill Recorded: Jan 14 2016 59 mins
    ISO50001 and ISO14001 combined to make the perfect system. Hear from Northern Rail's Gareth Williams and Kyle Macneill as they take you through their experiences of the ISO standards.
  • Minimum Energy Performance Standards: How to unlock the commercial benefits
    Minimum Energy Performance Standards: How to unlock the commercial benefits Helen Wheeler - Head of Property sector, Inenco; Kevin Jackson - Head of Property sales, Inenco; Speaker TBC, CIBSE Recorded: Nov 26 2015 58 mins
    The Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) will come in to force from 2018, but property firms must start taking action now to meet them in time. By April 2018 all rented properties in the non-domestic sector with an F & G rated building will need to be improved to be rented out - and from April 2023 all existing commercial lettings will also need to be improved.

    Are the rules for D & E rated properties going to change? What can businesses do now to get ready? What is the value opportunity for agents and tenants?

    Join energy property experts Inenco Group for a webinar on how the changes brought about through MEPS will enable energy efficiency and cost savings to be achieved.

    Amongst other things, you’ll gain:

    An improved understanding of MEPS and an update on the current rules

    Expert Advice on what you should be doing today in order to be ready for MEPS

    An understanding on how to turn a legislation into a cost reduction

    Tips on using MEPS to increase the property's appeal by reducing energy costs
  • Energy efficiency tax review: What the proposed changes will mean for business
    Energy efficiency tax review: What the proposed changes will mean for business Arjan Geveke, Assistant Director Energy Policy BIS; David Oliver, Policy expert, Inenco Group; Helen Wheeler, Inenco Group Recorded: Oct 29 2015 59 mins
    The latest government consultation on energy efficiency taxes is now open: Treasury, BIS (Department for Business Innovation & Skills) and DECC (Department of Energy & Climate Change) are working together to consult on and review the existing energy efficiency tax framework, which could streamline taxes and reduce the administrative burden on businesses.

    The government plans – ‘Reforming the business energy efficiency tax landscape’ – is aiming to simplify energy tax and reporting schemes, and improve the effectiveness of policy in realising cost-effective energy and carbon savings. The proposals on the table are:

    Scrapping the CRC and creating one CCL-type consumption tax for businesses

    Creating one single reporting framework, bringing together elements of the different schemes that businesses currently comply with into one ESOS-style scheme

    Potentially introducing new financial incentives to encourage businesses to invest in energy efficiency measures

    Between now and November 9th businesses are being invited to share their views and opinions on proposed changes to the business energy efficiency tax landscape to help shape its reform.

    What do the changes mean for businesses? Who will be the winners and the losers? How can businesses get involved?

    Join BIS and energy experts Inenco Group for a webinar on the changes proposed, the impact on business and why you should get involved.

    Amongst other things, you’ll gain:

    An improved understanding of the review

    An understanding on how the changes proposed will impact your business

    Advice on how to get involved
  • Business benefits of buying renewable electricity
    Business benefits of buying renewable electricity Mike Shirley, SmartestEnergy and Guy Rickard, Carbon Trust Recorded: Oct 22 2015 59 mins
    With renewable electricity now attracting a premium, why should businesses pay more for it? Join our webinar to learn about how to report lower carbon emissions and demonstrate your environmental commitments by opting for a renewable supply. Our sustainability experts will explain GreenHouse Gas Protocol Scope 2 carbon reporting which enables you to report the emissions of your specific tariff – making it crucial to know where your renewable electricity comes from. We will also talk about measures being introduced to improve transparency around renewables and associated carbon emissions, to make it easier for businesses to buy renewable electricity and know they are getting the full benefits from their choices.
  • Shale gas, public health and planning: five things to think about for shale gas
    Shale gas, public health and planning: five things to think about for shale gas Michael Stephenson, Director of Science and Technology, British Geological Survey, UK Recorded: Sep 22 2015 42 mins
    According the US Energy Information Administration, shale gas will provide half of the United States’ domestic gas by 2035. Shale gas is also well developed in Canada and being developed in South America and China. The economic benefits of shale are likely to cause other countries to look at this energy source. But shale gas is extracted by hydraulic fracturing which frees the gas from the tight shale and is different in scale and technique from more traditional ways of extracting oil and gas. What can local people expect from these sorts of operations and what do local planners, environmental engineers and health professionals need to know?

    In this webinar, Mike Stephenson will consider five important issues: noise and visual impact, truck traffic, air quality, groundwater contamination and induced earthquakes. He will look at the reasons why they occur, the effects they have, and aspects of their regulation – all explained in simple non-technical language.

    Prof. Mike Stephenson is Chief Scientist at the British Geological Survey. He has advised the UK government on shale gas and carbon capture and storage issues, and spoken at parliamentary events including at the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs. He has also contributed to debates at the UK Royal Society and Royal Academy of Engineering, and the European Parliament.
  • Residential Water Treatment Equipment Market in APAC
    Residential Water Treatment Equipment Market in APAC Melvin Leong, Research Manager, Energy & Environment Recorded: Sep 22 2015 9 mins
    The residential water treatment equipment (RWTE) market in Asia-Pacific is fueled by growing concern about potable water condition and increasing awareness on various associated benefits that water treatment equipment claims to provide. Market revenue and unit shipment will grow between 7 to 8% annually until 2020. Southeast Asia brings the highest growth in APAC’s RWTE market.
  • Strategic Analysis of the Biomass and Waste-to-Power Market in Southeast Asia
    Strategic Analysis of the Biomass and Waste-to-Power Market in Southeast Asia Suchitra Sriram, Program Manager, Energy & Environment Recorded: Sep 17 2015 26 mins
    Global investment in the renewable energy (RE) market exceeded $300 billion in 2014, at a 16% growth rate over 2013. Biomass and waste-to-energy (WTE) projects saw more than $8 billion worth of investment in 2014. With rising primary energy needs, Southeast Asia is experiencing power turbulence across most of its economically backward regions, indicating a heightened need to implement RE projects for better energy security. There is an urgent need for effective waste management spurring the growth of biomass and waste-to-power projects in Southeast Asia.
    Key Takeaway:
    •Understand the potential of biomass in the region and countries that would take the lead.
    •Government support in the form of regulations and policy framework will provide the much needed push.
    •What are the best practices and key success factors for increasing biomass power projects in the region?
    •How will the market change with the application of new technologies to treat biomass and waste?
  • Opportunities for US Companies in the European Smart Grid Market
    Opportunities for US Companies in the European Smart Grid Market Malavika Tohani, Frost & Sullivan; Shannon Fraser, U.S. Commercial Service, Paddy Young, European Utility Week Recorded: Sep 3 2015 55 mins
    Smart grid has emerged as a fast-growing area in the past five years. However, it is not one big market; it is an amalgamation of different sectors, technologies, products, and components. Installation of smart meters is considered the first step toward smart grid implementation. The smart meter rollout in Europe is well under way, boosted by the European Union legislation to achieve 80 percent coverage by 2020. However, there are other growth areas, beyond smart meters, that are interesting for U.S. companies to invest into.

    For example, the U.S. Commercial Service, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, helps U.S. companies expand their exports to overseas markets. Around the world, 1,400 Commercial Service officers promote U.S. business interests abroad. In this briefing find out what the company can do to support export objectives in the smart grid space.

    This analyst briefing also will highlight and discuss the opportunities that exist for the US companies within the European smart grid market, including a special offer available to those interested in European Utility Week, the largest and most comprehensive Smart utility event in Europe. About 10,000 visitors and 450 solution providers will do business, network and share best practices in Vienna this year.
  • What's Next for Smart Cities?
    What's Next for Smart Cities? Roberta Gamble, Partner and VP of Energy & Environment Recorded: Jul 9 2015 56 mins
    The term Smart City is gaining momentum the world over, but does that mean that cities are becoming “smarter” or just looking to improve their image? What does it truly mean to be a “smart” city? And is it resonating with their residents, businesses and visitors? This briefing will look into how the smallest changes approaching city services can have a big impact on everything from security to energy and traffic to urban revitalization

    Reasons to Attend:

    - To understand key challenges cities are facing in the face of issues such as urbanization, environmental responses and new technologies
    - To examine new ways cities are integrating smarter solutions to address seemingly unrelated services, for better quality of life and a higher tax base
    - To explore how suppliers can provide comprehensive solutions to such a fragmented market