re2you: We provides a funky remote desktop for the mobile use-case
Please introduce yourself and your startup re2you to our readers!
Hi! We are re2you and we provide a funky remote desktop for the mobile use-case.
How did you get the idea to re2you?
We are first gen digital natives. And we saw the rise of the internet, and we also the potential problems that arose with increasing connectedness. We founded re2you to solve those problems in an easy and simple way.
How difficult was the start and what challenges you had to overcome?
Innovation is never easy. We encountered a lot of the problems that all innovators face: early incomprehension, naysayers… the typical problems a small business encounters when it is doing something completely new and innovative! Endurance and persistence is important, as well as a passionate belief that we are doing something that everyone needs!
Who is your target audience?
Our first target market is the mobility sector – OEMs, mobility service providers and carriers who need us as FAAS (functionality as a service). In the future, we’ll launch B2C so we can offer the benefits of our solution to the end user.
What is the USP of your startup?
Our USP is the unprecedented freedom and mobility we offer our users. Our service is operating system independent and hardware agnostic, so that means you (as a mobility user) are compatible with any other device. We facilitate fast digital execution, because with us you don’t need to develop different apps for different operating systems. You just need to develop your app. We make synching easy, which enables others to be innovative.
Can you describe a typical workday of you?
We have developed our framework, so right now business development is what we are focussed on. A typical work day involves a lot of meetings! We are speaking to industry leaders and key partners who are interested in digital transformation.
Where do you see yourself and your startup re2you in five years?
In 5 years, the next digital revolution will be well underway, and we see ourselves as a central part of that. By then, we will have helped to bring down hardware silos that limit the user experience, opening up an unprecedented freedom and device connectivity.
What 3 tips would you give other Start-up founders on the way?
Some people with great ideas and big visions get on the fast lane, but never expect others to believe as strongly in your idea as you do. Shape the mindset you need to succeed long term. And never doubt a good idea.
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