Selling the 'tech' in clean tech

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Nathan Goode of Grant Thornton considers whether inovative low-carbon companies have got to grips with the huge sales challenge they face

I recently attended a conference for early stage clean tech companies. It was great fun and extremely well organised. The diversity of what was on offer was pleasing - it seems as though just about anything...

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