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Nick Sowden of ToughStuff

Nick Sowden of ToughStuff talks about their success selling solar lamps in Madagascar and other countries using existing distributors, and their business in a box model. He also talks about, well, how tough their stuff is. But they still haven’t put a solar panel in a blender… The musical break is a bit of The King of the Gangsters by Geoff Berner.

NIck Sowden of Tough Stuff

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    Daylight gives the vitality that green plants utilization to make sugars generally as starches, which discharge vitality into the living things that process them. This procedure of photosynthesis gives for all intents and purposes all the vitality utilized by living things.

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