Could you please, in a few words, describe for us your company’s activity?
Ekaterina Bereziy. – “ExoAtlet is an international company that develops and produces wearable exoskeletons – robotic devices that augment human ability to perform different actions and tasks in a variety of medical and industrial scenarios in Asia, Europe and the USA.
You have just joined the Paperjam Club. What convinced you to do so?
“As we are the ones who try to make the world a better place through the development of Exorehabilitation ecosystem worldwide, in order to reduce its cost and increase its efficiency, we belong to communities of open-minded entrepreneurs and decision makers in Asia, Europe and the US. Since 2019 ExoAtlet is headquartered in Luxembourg, and Paperjam’s community is exactly the one we are proud of being member of in this country.
What in particular are you looking to get from the Club? And what does your organisation have to offer to other Club members?
“Like many other creative start-ups, new to the market and needing financial support and good-quality media coverage, we hope, through participation in Paperjam’s different projects, to raise awareness of our products – wearable exoskeletons for children and adults –, as well as to find partners for conducting mutual research projects and investors to support our activity in Luxembourg and bordering countries.
Starting July, together with Paperjam, we will organise a co-branded webinar on innovation, AI and robotic solutions, participate in Grand Dossier on AI, data & Cybersécurité and hold our webinar on Neurointerfaces&Neurorehabilitation: From Basic Science to Practical Application, as well as take part in other events, where we will share our more than 5-year international expertise on robotic mechanotherapy and management of international enterprise with ‘think out of the box’ innovator mindset.”