As last year, we were invited to the Clinton Global Initiative conference, an event for roughly 1000 social entrepreneurs from all parts of the world, driving topics such as equality, public health, poverty alleviation, etc. We were part of the “Educational Access” section. It was another fantastic experience to network and exchange ideas with people from most diverse backgrounds. We could also establish very useful contacts to entrepreneurs and experts in developing countries, through which we can establish successful equipment transfers to trusted recipients.