Frost & Sullivan to Host Analyst Briefing on U.S. Residential Water Treatment Market

February 8, 2002

Frost & Sullivan will host a conference call on Tuesday February 12, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. PST to provide vendors, end-users and other industry participants an overview of the current U.S. Residential Water Treatment Market. The briefing will provide manufacturers, end-users and other industry participants with an overview of the U.S. Residential Water Treatment Market, including challenges, drivers and restraints. Highlights of the briefing include revenue forecasts and general overview by each of the three market segments: point-of-entry, point-of-use and pitcher.

The report also provides detailed success strategies that are expected to drive the market share of industry participants along with an in-depth analysis of major technological trends that are expected to drive the growth of the industry during the forecast period (2001-2007).

The analyst briefing will provide a market overview, end-user analysis and competitive structure of the total U.S. Residential Water Treatment Market. The briefing also will include a comprehensive discussion of market trends of each of the three market segments.

Through detailed research and analysis, Frost & Sullivan offers market reports on the most competitive sectors within the environmental and water treatment industry. Copies of the report recently have been released and are available for purchase.

Those interested in participating in the conference call and webcast should send an email to Cynthia Cabral,

[email protected] , with the following information for registration: Full Name, Company Name, Title, Telephone Number, Fax Number and Email address. Upon receipt of the above information, a confirmation/pass code for the live briefing will be emailed to you.


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