BlueTech Research releases ‘BlueTech Water Almanac 2014-2015’

Feb. 20, 2015

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The almanac identifies three crucial trends BlueTech Research predicts will impact the water industry over the next 12 months.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — BlueTech Research announced the release of the “BlueTech Water Almanac 2014-2015,” according to a press release.

The water technology almanac was created based on the notion of the “Farmers’ Almanac,” drawing from the idea of how it provides helpful information, predictions, tips and more to individuals who are curious about weather effects, seasons, crop yields, the best time to plant, harvests, etc., stated the release.

The “BlueTech Water Almanac 2014-2015,” identifies three crucial trends BlueTech predicts will impact the water industry over the next 12 months and offers “informed guesswork” and predictions, including: “New kids on the block — new entrants to monitor,” “Rising stars — BlueTruffle picks of companies to watch in the year ahead,” “Most likely to exit by acquisition in 2015” as well as “Hot-spots for investment and acquisition activity,” reported the release.

You can find the release here.

You can download the “BlueTech Water Almanac 2014-2015” here.

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