On 29-30 June 2016 Pavel attended #ASK project meeting in Zagreb, Croatia's capital. The two-day meeting started with an overview of progress made by pilots in reaching Y1 KPIs. During this session Pavel presented the results of UK pilot and shared with the rest of the team the outcome of a focus group he ran last April. The afternoon session focused more on future activities and here Pavel again took the floor to discuss the steps for reaching such targets as the number of youth and policy contributors identified, the number of broker interventions made, the number of stakeholders surveyed and the number of project results published. Each partner received a hard copy of this roadmap which they promised to follow in the coming weeks and all the way through until November 2016 which is when new project cycle beings. The second day was dedicated almost exclusively to the ASK broker dashboard, an online platform that project pilots will be using in year two and three to connect youth with policymakers and vice versa. UX Passion, a partner responsible for the dashboard's design and creation, first reported progress in developing their software before running a hands-on session with the future users and asking them to provide feedback on features and functionalities that need further improvement. All these comments will be taken into account as UXP adds final touches to the platform which is expeced to be ready by the end of first year and unveiled at the consortium meeting in London on 17-18 October 2016. Follow ASK on Twitter to keep abreast of all the latest developments and updates.