In a nutshell: The Institute for Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Technology – INSAIT, part […]
Nikola Krstić is now the CEO of the software company Anoris Technology. His company develops a smart glove designed to help people with impaired vision. The smart glove works like a wearable assistant device enabling blind people to have a better quality of life. And it is inspired by the founder himself.
In his conversation with Georgi Nenov, he shares his personal journey to entrepreneurship – from a nerdy kid who started programming at 8 years old through winning a high school entrepreneurship competition with his idea of the smart glove for blind people, to building a working prototype and planning a global distribution campaign.
In the episode, Nikola talks about the thirst for being a creator and the importance of motivation when venturing out. “If you give someone the knowledge, you give them the key to success”, he believes.
You will learn more about the technology behind the smart glove, its market approach, and the vision to help visually impaired people live a happy and fulfilled life.
Nikola shares the challenges but also opportunities to grow a startup with a global vision from Serbia.
Don’t miss our previous episode. We chatted with investor Tatjana Zabasu Mikuz from South Central Ventures about the hidden potential of the Balkans.