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    The eNotus Vision

    The eNotus vision is a single information standard by which all nations can view economic opportunities, examine the minutiae of distant markets and adopt world-best practice. Our vision is to enable investment to target efficient production and cost effective service providers in developing economies, increase investment flows into these economies, help their private sectors to raise growth rates, and to connect their labor markets to global opportunities.

    Since 2003 eNotus has been engaged in the first of their kind economic development initiatives in the Middle East, Africa and across the Asian Continent. These include the Economic Summit MENA, the International University MENA and thought leadership forums such as the Faculty of the Future for MENA.

    Since 2010 extensive investigations have been conducted into privacy issues and those related to Trust in and between business entities. These have resulted in new relationships being formed and the initiation of research and development teams for projects in this significant area of the digital economy.

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    What People Have Said About eNotus Projects

    "I am impressed with the project and its importance for Africa and applaud the interest being expressed from the Commonwealth and the UN."

    Lord Meghnad Desai

    2015-08-18T14:52:42+00:00

    Lord Meghnad Desai

    "I am impressed with the project and its importance for Africa and applaud the interest being expressed from the Commonwealth and the UN."
    "Small and medium sized business enterprises are attracting global attention from governments, International Organisations and from the business sector itself. Trust and confidence represent one of the greatest barriers faced by SMEs when they wish to start online businesses, especially when trading across borders. eNotus leadership in developing Trust Services is welcomed as it will contribute to lowering these barriers and pave the way for SMEs’ growth and participation in global markets."

    Dr Raed Safadi Former Deputy Director Trade Directorate OECD
    Executive Director  Economic Research and Policy Sector
    Government of Dubai

    2016-04-06T15:05:05+00:00

    Dr Raed Safadi Former Deputy Director Trade Directorate OECD
    Executive Director  Economic Research and Policy Sector
    Government of Dubai

    "Small and medium sized business enterprises are attracting global attention from governments, International Organisations and from the business sector itself. Trust and confidence represent one of the greatest barriers faced by SMEs when they wish to start online businesses, especially when trading across borders. eNotus leadership in developing Trust Services is welcomed as it will contribute to lowering these barriers and pave the way for SMEs’ growth and participation in global markets."
    "Providing youth with education and training may be among the most important issues facing us all and in no place is this more important than in the Middle East. The eNotus MENA initiatives are vital."

    Martti Ahtisaari, Nobel Prize Winner

    2015-08-18T14:53:31+00:00

    Martti Ahtisaari, Nobel Prize Winner

    "Providing youth with education and training may be among the most important issues facing us all and in no place is this more important than in the Middle East. The eNotus MENA initiatives are vital."
    "eNotus and Reymond Voutier have demonstrated great vision with their projects and yet these remain more as they are of practical benefit to business in the developing world."

    Mongi HAMDI, UNCTAD

    2015-08-18T17:21:08+00:00

    Mongi HAMDI, UNCTAD

    "eNotus and Reymond Voutier have demonstrated great vision with their projects and yet these remain more as they are of practical benefit to business in the developing world."
    "These changes, the most significant since the industrial revolution, are far reaching and global. They are not just about technology. They will affect everyone everywhere. Managing the information represents one of the central economic and social challenges today."

    Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission on the Information Society

    2015-08-18T17:33:09+00:00

    Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission on the Information Society

    "These changes, the most significant since the industrial revolution, are far reaching and global. They are not just about technology. They will affect everyone everywhere. Managing the information represents one of the central economic and social challenges today."
    "We share your enthusiasm on the eNotus initiative and agree that it is a visionary project which will be aligned with the objectives of many governments and international organizations."

    Khoong Hock Yun, Assistant Chief Executive, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore

    2015-08-18T17:34:31+00:00

    Khoong Hock Yun, Assistant Chief Executive, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore

    "We share your enthusiasm on the eNotus initiative and agree that it is a visionary project which will be aligned with the objectives of many governments and international organizations."
    "eNotus projects are ambitious and challenging and address a real need among economic development stakeholders. eNotus promises to be a unique knowledge base and management system for organizations with a global approach to handling information in the new economy."

    John Dryden, Deputy Director, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

    2015-08-18T17:35:14+00:00

    John Dryden, Deputy Director, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development

    "eNotus projects are ambitious and challenging and address a real need among economic development stakeholders. eNotus promises to be a unique knowledge base and management system for organizations with a global approach to handling information in the new economy."
    "Your eNotus proposal is extremely interesting and I anticipate that you will find interest across the business community for such a global approach."

    Juliet Borton, Project Manager, Global Digital Divide Initiative, World Economic Forum

    2015-08-18T17:35:48+00:00

    Juliet Borton, Project Manager, Global Digital Divide Initiative, World Economic Forum

    "Your eNotus proposal is extremely interesting and I anticipate that you will find interest across the business community for such a global approach."
    "I consider Linking Africa a great project and I have asked our director for Africa to see if it can be integrated into our next summit."

    Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Chairman, World Economic Forum

    2015-08-18T17:36:38+00:00

    Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Chairman, World Economic Forum

    "I consider Linking Africa a great project and I have asked our director for Africa to see if it can be integrated into our next summit."
    "Linking Africa is a very encouraging initiative and a testimony to your efforts."

    Maria Cattaui, Secretary General, International Chamber of Commerce

    2015-08-18T17:37:09+00:00

    Maria Cattaui, Secretary General, International Chamber of Commerce

    "Linking Africa is a very encouraging initiative and a testimony to your efforts."

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