The vision of Volareo: an interview with the founder Nick Yap

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S: How did this idea became a company?

N: I think we are ahead of time right now, but let’s not wait for it to be right. Let’s be the pioneers! So I sat down with Tom and started a bunch of accounts. It is actually the comments of people that kept telling us “it’s a good idea!” that gave us the confidence to go for it.

 

S: What is your favourite feature?

N: I would love for Volareo to understand my taste in music. Ask “who’s this artist?” and Volareo could tell me. If I like him, why not send him some tips? You can do so by clapping, tapping the speaker or just by saying it. Also, the fact that we can pay royalties directly and not two years later in a forty pages statement it’s a big step forward I’m very proud of.

 

S: You’ve started multiple companies. How do you see the experience of your previous companies helping you build Volareo?

N: I see Volareo as the love child of my previous companies Travis and Rocki. One is a voice translating pocket device and the other is a device that connects your speakers to your phone. It was almost meant to be.

 

 

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