Our rural electrification projects using micro franchising and hydropower were given some good press in the Baylor Business Review, the primary publication of the Baylor Business School. They have a large subscription base of 39,000 people, so I am hopeful that some new contacts will come our way as a result. Click here for the latest BBR issue, or go straight to our story here.
One Honduran man, a Baylor Business alumnus, has already written us in response to reading the story. He now owns a restaurant in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, the second largest city in Honduras. I plan to follow up with him to ask some questions! I love this part of the work, if you can call it that. What part if it, you ask? I guess I would call it the non-linear networking part: connecting from one person to another, always learning, frequently reevaluating, faking Spanish... it's kinda fun.
"Wheels within wheels in a spiral array
a pattern so grand and complex
time after time we loose sight of the waves,
our causes can't see their effects." - Neil Peart