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12
Mar

12th March 2020 Earlier this week our consulting partner Nick Kingesley-Johnson was speaking at the launch of Ashden’s new report “Gender dynamics and solar electricity: Lessons from Tanzania”. Joining Ashden CEO Harriet Lamb in the panel debate, Nick made the case for solar businesses to reach more women as customers and to benefit from women […]

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28
Feb

Last week, Engineers without Borders held their 20th anniversary conference in Toronto, the Global xChange 2020, which gave chapter delegates, portfolio businesses, fellows, and partners an opportunity to congregate, learn, and network. Chad Spain was there to deliver a talk on “Developing your sales function; selling in a way that helps clients buy well” to […]

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13
Dec

This week marketing director Davide Castorina and field coach Alexander Ngalle had the honour to teach a masterclass at the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy’s top university based in Milan. Engaging with students on the university’s sociology course, as part of their module on national and international social cooperation, Alexander and Davide gave an-depth overview of […]

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08
Nov

The need for clean cooking and energy solutions has never been more pressing. As with polluting cookstoves, the majority of people at the base of the pyramid – we are talking about three billion people! – use lighting sources that pose both severe health and environmental dangers. Speaking at the premier event of the clean […]

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28
Oct

It’s been a busy conference schedule for our new business development director Davide Castorina who presented a total of three sessions at the Perm International Forum of Volunteers 2019 in Russia last week. At the world’s largest event on volunteering and social innovations more than 1,300 participants and experts from 15 countries – amongst them […]

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19
Oct

This week our new business development director, Davide Castorina, had the honour to teach a masterclass on our work with social enterprises at the prestigious graduate business school IÉSEG School of Management in Lille. The master’s students were given an overview of many aspects of social enterprise sales during Davide’s presentation titled “How to change […]

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16
Oct

Mobile phone technology has been drastically changing the developing world for some years now. Yet some real challenges remain that mean billions of people, mainly living in the rural regions of Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, are still not connected to the internet and do not have access to quality mobile devices. The reasons for this […]

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07
Oct

This week our CEO Scott Roy returned as a speaker to the UNC Water and Health Conference 2019, held under this year’s theme “Where Science Meets Policy”. Organized by the Water Institute at the University of North Carolina, renowned for its global academic leadership for sustainable management of water for health and human development, the […]

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01
Oct

Rounding off September’s focus on rural electrification, our CEO Scott Roy and consulting partner Nick Kingesley-Johnson presented the webinar “How to sell minigrids to rural populations” to members of the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE).   Educating a large group of international participants on Monday, Scott and Nick addressed many customer acquisition and retention problems […]

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11
Sep

Microgrid opportunities are advancing at pace around the world, with growth expected to reach $35 billion by 2022. To date, Whitten & Roy Partnership has consulted on a number rural electrification projects in the developing world as minigrids are transforming millions of lives, helping to bring energy access to people so that they can benefit […]

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