How did you come up with this idea and what motivated you to create your own business?
My co-Founder, Isabella Hillmer, has a background in neuropsychology and had the idea to make amputees feel their prosthesis on their backs during her industrial design Masters and told me about it.
I was convinced it was technically feasible, but the brain wasn’t up for the job. She was convinced the brain was up for the job, but the technology was not there yet. So we started this company to prove that we were both right!
What were the most challenging moments while building your company and how were you able to overcome them?You meet a lot of people who support you. At the same time you meet a lot of people who doubt you and challenge your beliefs. My biggest challenge was to learn how to listen to those doubts and use them to start another validation of your product when necessary. The most important thing is that you are the biggest supporter of your idea and you should take every step in order to justify why!
What do you enjoy most being an entrepreneur?
Seeing ideas come to life and how other startups and your own grow and bring the future with them!