Julie is a new type of AI employee who automatically manages the user’s professional agenda: Julie plans, organises, cancels, creates professional events, sends invitations… Julie adapts itself to the user’s preferences and habits thanks to a learning algorithm. Simply cc “Julie” to delegate tasks, then she cares of the rest. According to the user’s calendar, Julie, via email exchange, will offer potential meeting times and places before sending invites with the details agreed for the meeting. The user is always in cc, to remain informed of the possible changes. Julie automatically fills his calendar.

The AI-based personal assistant, Julie Desk, raised with SIDE Capital, Entrepreneur Ventures and SaaS Partners. Thanks to this fundraising, the start-up founded by 3 engineers from Polytechnic, Julien Hobeika (CEO), Guillaume Michiels and Nicolas Marlier, will pursue their investments in Artificial Intelligence with the aim of doubling their algorithm’s performance and quality within the next 12 months. Julie Desk intends to become one of the driver for company transformation and innovative workplaces development.

Horsecom designs and develops Bluetooth technologies for horses and riders in order to enhance the abilities, well-being and performance of the horses. HorseCom’s technology represents a new era for enhancing the performance of horses and riders.

The horseCom kit has been tested by instructors and competition riders, and is intended to complement existing approaches to deliver a step-change in the horse-rider relationship. By playing music, tailored to the horse sensibilities, to various exercises and contexts, it creates greater harmony between horse and rider. The rider communicates with the horse within a specific sound environment, helping to relax the horse by insulating it partly from external noises.

Horsecom has completed a fundraising with Quadrivium 1, a seed fund managed by Seventure Partners. It will enable HorseCom to start marketing its first connected audio kit for horses and riders.