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Jul
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21 July 2017 Whitten & Roy Partnership’s consultant Connie Vimbai Smith will be speaking at the 40th International Conference at Loughborough University on 25 July. This year’s conference, titled “Local Action with International Cooperation to Improve and Sustain Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Services”, aims to learn from shared experiences and achievements to support the […]

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09
Jun
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Whitten & Roy Partnership’s co-founder Scott Roy will be speaking at the 2017 Ashden International Conference in London on 13 June. This year’s conference, hosted by Bloomberg New Energy Finance and chaired by the BBC’s Environment Analyst Roger Harrabin, has the theme ‘Scaling clean energy innovation’ and is an opportunity for clean energy innovators, industry […]

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21
Feb
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Following last two years’ successful lectures Scott Roy, founder of international sales consultancy Whitten & Roy Partnership, returns to Stanford Graduate School of Business on Thursday, March 02, 2017 to give a class presentation about the role of selling in social enterprise. The presentation is titled Busting the Myth of Sales as a “Dark Art” […]

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May
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The international nonprofit organization iDE launched recently a new website dedicated to the sanitation marketing program in Cambodia. On the website https://sanitationmarkets.ideglobal.org  people can read about the important results that the organization has achieved thus far in latrines sales to the poor.

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22
Mar
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Our in-field consultants Dillon Barr was interviewed by The WHY Blog  on his experience in sales and consulting while working in developing countries across the world with Whitten & Roy Partnership. The WHY Blog interviews people across the world on their work as well as their purpose (or deep-seeded ‘Why’) for doing it. Dillon has […]

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23
Nov
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We would like to congratulate our client Clean Team in Ghana for its contribution to the World Toilet Day. “Sanitation continues to be one of the world’s great problems – and Ghana is second in the world for open defecation behind Sudan” says Emmanuel Ntosu, Representative of the Mayor of Kumasi Hon. Kojo Bonsu. As […]

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18
Sep
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Selling life-saving products in the developing world is an important topic nowadays because people actually use what they buy. The model is proving to bring great benefits to the local population; the other great news is that selling instead of giving away products creates long term sustainability for the selling organization, which means that even […]

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