As with most graduates, I left University with a piece of paper, a hefty debt and a deep desire to run away and travel the world. On top of this, I walked away with a craving to be involved in what I thought was the only way I could make a difference with my degree; renewable energy.
With that in mind I visited Milan and splashed the £67 required to attend the 2015 World Expo justly called ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’. My eyes were opened to so many ways a person could make a difference. So, I moved my goal posts.
Fast forward to three years later and I am not going to pretend this is a one-man show. I now have the privilege to work with like-minded individuals from all over the world. Our joint goal to provide a medium through which we can create change.
If we reduce the chance of cross infection for patients and staff, that’s positive change. If we save government clinics money that can be spent on children and education, that’s positive change. If we can do that, and recycle our instruments, that’s a positive change and a better future for everyone. If it was easy everybody would be doing it. I am excited by the Single Use future and look forward to sharing it with you.