22 min

S7E17 - How does Maslow explain a lot of America's Broken Water Economics‪?‬ (don't) Waste Water!

    • Sciences naturelles

with 🎙️ Tom Rooney - Chairman and Operating Partner at Sciens Water 

💧 Sciens is a research-driven investment fund that identifies uncovered, under-researched, or misunderstood water sector opportunities that are undercapitalized.



What we covered:



3️⃣ The three dimensions of the Water Problem: Broken Pipes, Broken Policy, and Broken Economics

💰 How one dimension is the root cause of all the others 

💸 How one can be 500 times cheaper, chemically identical, yet deemed too expensive

📈 How it's about time for the Water Sector to get its marketing right and better roll out its value proposition 

🤯 How Maslow's psychological theory explains a lot of the Water Sector's situation (especially the less-known second half of it)

🧠 How we shall work on the psychology of Water's Value

😢 How tragedies like Flint and Jacksonville can yield positive returns if we leverage them right

❌ How Joe Biden's predictions might be wrong (and why)

🤝 How blending Private and Public know-how will deliver the best results (and why)

🏦 How Water can and shall be a profitable field (and what that enables)

⌛ How tackling the water challenges we face and foresee won't happen overnight

🏎️ Limiting bottled water to a sub-niche, the private sector's track record, the racecar analogy, … and much more!

🔥 … and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥   

      

⬇️ I couldn't find Tom on LinkedIn, but you can reach out to him on... 

➡️ ... Sciens Water's website! 

➡️ Sciens Water, which I'm happy to thank once again for enabling this episode!

➡️ Check out Tom's full interview on how Maslow explains water's broken economics, including teasers and a full transcript on the (don't) Waste Water website!

with 🎙️ Tom Rooney - Chairman and Operating Partner at Sciens Water 

💧 Sciens is a research-driven investment fund that identifies uncovered, under-researched, or misunderstood water sector opportunities that are undercapitalized.



What we covered:



3️⃣ The three dimensions of the Water Problem: Broken Pipes, Broken Policy, and Broken Economics

💰 How one dimension is the root cause of all the others 

💸 How one can be 500 times cheaper, chemically identical, yet deemed too expensive

📈 How it's about time for the Water Sector to get its marketing right and better roll out its value proposition 

🤯 How Maslow's psychological theory explains a lot of the Water Sector's situation (especially the less-known second half of it)

🧠 How we shall work on the psychology of Water's Value

😢 How tragedies like Flint and Jacksonville can yield positive returns if we leverage them right

❌ How Joe Biden's predictions might be wrong (and why)

🤝 How blending Private and Public know-how will deliver the best results (and why)

🏦 How Water can and shall be a profitable field (and what that enables)

⌛ How tackling the water challenges we face and foresee won't happen overnight

🏎️ Limiting bottled water to a sub-niche, the private sector's track record, the racecar analogy, … and much more!

🔥 … and of course, we concluded with the 𝙧𝙖𝙥𝙞𝙙 𝙛𝙞𝙧𝙚 𝙦𝙪𝙚𝙨𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣𝙨 🔥   

      

⬇️ I couldn't find Tom on LinkedIn, but you can reach out to him on... 

➡️ ... Sciens Water's website! 

➡️ Sciens Water, which I'm happy to thank once again for enabling this episode!

➡️ Check out Tom's full interview on how Maslow explains water's broken economics, including teasers and a full transcript on the (don't) Waste Water website!

22 min