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The Love Affair with England Continues...

DANIEL BADRAN | CEO | Aug 27, 2021

I’ve loved England my whole life. I lived and worked there for years. My company, Minimise, and I, have won more than our fair share of industry awards there. Then there’s my passion for English Football (aka Soccer) from the Three Lions of the National team to my football club, Manchester United, perhaps the strongest bond of all – my phone pinging updates to me at all hours no matter where I am in the world.

However, something occurred that may just have created even more personal satisfaction for me than even my Red Devils beating Liverpool. 

The Minimise Global solution, the No Capital Outlay Partnership Agreement (NCOPA), just got placed in the 2nd Edition of the Oxford Strategy Review (OSR).

Oxford. It carries weight.

As a young adult going to Kent State in my home state of Ohio and having the purest business idea of my life get recognized by Oxford, I not only feel overwhelmed but also humbled and filled with gratitude.

The headline reads:

The future of energy efficiency as a service (EEaaS) may be the no capital outlay partnership agreement.

Oxford. It carries weight.

As a young adult going to Kent State in my home state of Ohio and having the purest business idea of my life get recognized by Oxford, I not only feel overwhelmed but also humbled and filled with gratitude.

The headline reads:

The future of energy efficiency as a service (EEaaS) may be the no capital outlay partnership agreement.

Written by Tim Breitbach, Chief Marketing Officer, Chiara Oosthuizen, Chief Development Officer, and Cesar Hernandez from Omni Public, the article is part of OSRs Global Economy section. For people who have heard us pitch our idea and propose this unique partnership, this article will give you a much deeper understanding of what Minimise Global can have worldwide.

For people who are just learning about how we turn energy waste into currency, this article can help you understand the concept and give you an incredible tool to share with other decision-makers in the C-Suite. 

In academia, an abstract includes a clear statement on the point of the article and the point of the review.

“This article sets out to examine the NCOPA model, how it can serve not only as a financial tool but also as a funding tool for energy efficiency and conservation for government agencies and private firms.”

There is a link to the full article below. Also, there is a link to the full 2nd Edition. There are countless articles from which any globally focused company can benefit immeasurably.

https://oxfordstrategyreview.squarespace.com/content/energy-efficiency-as-a-service

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f1d88be2056001e991a6b3a/t/611be5c69b8a140e03011dc1/1629218248260/OSR-Edition-2.pdf

Thanks again to the OSR editorial board for your guidance, Cesar Hernadez for the opportunity, Chiara and Tim for your efforts, and always Dicrkan Guerguerian for your tireless support. To the partners of the Minimise Global network, you are the very reason we can change the world in every single corner we can travel to. 

God Bless,

Daniel Badran

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