Wide ranging relationships have been established with international institutions, multi and bi lateral organizations including the United Nations and its agencies, individual governments, peak business organizations and corporations.

Global Institutions…

to provide in-kind and financial sponsorship to help promote projects at multi-lateral agency and government levels

Country & Industry Sponsors…

to take advantage of opportunities for leading global enterprises to contribute to capacity building in developing economies by helping to sponsor development work

Content Partners…

to add sourcing and management skills in development of regional content production and supply

Consulting Groups…

to help develop value-added services as part of expanded knowledge networks

Technology Partners…

to assist in implementing specific application areas including back-office and user-interface areas

Financial Institutions…

to gain first-mover advantages in developing associated and complementary customer services

Support Services…

to be involved in myriad trade, business development and support services that will complement the knowledge and information services

For further information, visit the ‘Contact Us’ page.

“eNotus thought leadership addresses many of the practical problems that we in the international institutions and government members have had to face. They can benefit from what eNotus proposes as it is at the heart of the economic and social development issue addressing the gap and the now commonly termed digital divide, as well as a powerful tool for the construction of the global information society.”

Ahmed Laaouyane

Former Director, Telecom
Development Bureau, International
Telecommunications Union

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 for international and domestic trade.

Our vision is to enable investment to more easily 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.

For information please contact:

Reymond Voutier, Executive Chairman

David Hough

Nigel Arthur

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