TaKaDu – an Artemis Project Top 50 Company

June 8, 2010 at 9:50 am 2 comments

After announcing last week that TaKaDu was selected for the Red Herring Europe 100 (the only water technology company on the list), we have more good news. Today, during the Blue Tech Innovation Forum, the Artemis Project has selected TaKaDu as a winner of the 2010 Top 50 Companies Competition.  This award distinguishes TaKaDu as a leading company in one of the greatest high-growth industries of the 21st Century: water.  TaKaDu was selected by a panel of industry experts based on four criteria: technology, intellectual property and know-how, team, and market potential.

Laura Shenkar, Principal of The Artemis Project, said that “The Artemis Project’s Top 50 Water Companies Competition winners have excelled in key areas of the emerging advanced water technology sector“. She went on to say: “We are excited to showcase these innovative companies and congratulate them for their achievements in creating solutions that will reinvent the water landscape.”

We asked Amir Peleg, TaKaDu’s CEO, to comment. Amir said: “We are pleased to see that our Water Infrastructure Monitoring vision has been recognized as a change agent in how utilities manage their operations. Our work with leading utilities are proving that the market is receiving our approach to let utilities better monitor and control their distribution networks”.

For a full list of the The Artemis Project 2010 Top 50 Water Companies Competition winners click here.

About The Artemis Project

Established in 2000, The Artemis Project is a boutique consulting practice that brings unique capabilities to 21st century water management. It combines an understanding of the most advanced water resource management solutions with an international network of developers, investors and users of advanced water technology. 

As the leading authority on applying advanced water solutions to business operations, The Artemis Project specializes in developing holistic water management strategies for major corporations.  The Artemis Project also supports product launches of advanced water technology into business operations worldwide.  The Artemis Project actively participates in water industry events and supports environmental policy initiatives. More information is available on the project’s website.

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  • 1. JOSE L.BUSTOS  |  August 3, 2010 at 12:49 am

    Mexico City is 20 million people city, with a complicated potable water network, with serious problem on leakage, flooding and shortage. What do you offer to reduce or solve these kind of problems?

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    • 2. TaKaDu  |  August 4, 2010 at 4:44 pm

      Jose,

      Indeed, water loss is a problem we encounter in many cities we work in, and Mexico City could benefit from a solution like TaKaDu’s water infrastructure monitoring. In fact, we have held initial discussions with several entities in your city and we hope to be assisting with Mexico City’s water problems soon.

      Guy

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