Nepos | Updates

By Paul Lunow

The Nepos UI+ at CEBIT and TOA


Dear Companists,

Thank you for your confidence, your positive feedback, and your thorough examination of this issue and our product, which are so important to us! We received many new contacts, exciting inquiries, and cooperation ideas - awesome!


€ 170,000 in the first week

We are very pleased and impressed that we were able to collect €170,000 in the first week with your help. We see ourselves - not least through your feedback - confirmed in the fact that we have to do much more to ensure that older people are not left behind in our society. We are proud that many of you trust us to enrich your parents' and grandparents' daily lives with the Nepos Tablet.


Coming soon: Results of a long-term study and more details about UI+

We would also like to thank you for your questions and comments. You give us the chance to address many aspects of our business model in even more detail and show us where there is still a need for explanation. We strive to answer all questions with the greatest possible transparency. We would like to use the next updates to explain some recurring questions in more detail. We expect to receive the results of the second long-term study, which we will share with you, in the coming weeks. In the next update, we will also explain and visualize our centerpiece, the Universal Interface (UI+), in detail.


Invitation to CEBIT and TOA

However, even the best description cannot replace a tangible experience. Therefore, we would like to invite you to try out the tablet to convince yourself of its simple, logical operation. Nepos has a booth at CEBIT in Hanover on the startup platform scale11. 350 young companies from 40 nations meet established big players, investors and innovative thinkers in hall 27 - and we will be in the midst of it, establishing contacts, talking about collaborations, and presenting our "baby" to a critical audience of experts. We will also be present at the Tech Open Air in Berlin in June - with many business cards and, of course, the Nepos tablet prototypes.


Nepos - CEBIT & TOA


We would be delighted to meet some of you in person.


Best greetings,

Paul & Florian


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