Clotilde first shared her experience and thoughts about Netspring. After several years working as a quality and sustainable development manager in retail, Clotilde decided to fully focus on social and environmental good thus joined Netspring in 2015 as the general manager. She introduced Netspring's economic, environmental and social value creation process: helping companies getting more value from their e-waste while turning them into education tools for the million kids who do not have computers at school. Since its establishment, Netspring treated 26 tons of E-waste, built up 58 IT classrooms and provided IT equipment that impacted more than 26,000 kids. She also shared the biggest challenge Netspring is facing now: how to turn its business model from a philanthropy oriented CSR project into a strategic business model.