Market advice @Treye Tech

Market advice @Treye Tech Pixabay

As part of the MAN 633 Entrepreneurial Spirit Evialina Yakimovich and Allwyn Menezes joined Treye Tech in spring semester 2019. Their task was to develop use cases for the categories “Automobile”, “Smartphone”, and “Point of Sale”; to filter down the most promising use cases from each industry; consult Treye Tech on which market to enter and why; and finally, develop a market entry and pricing strategy for the most promising use case(s). As a result of their work as part of the team and business pitches for the final three use cases we selected, those being “Patients in Hospitals”, “Point of Sale: Displays”, and “Medical Professionals”.

Treye Tech is meant to easy the application of mobile devices by eye movement and to open the door to a post touch era. In 2016 the startup was awarded with Be.Projekt Award. Treye Tech was founded by Anton Wachner, a Uni Mannheim employee and Alumni.


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