In part one of my conversation with Danny Tomsett, the founder and CEO of Uneeq, he talked about his efforts to make AI interaction more engaging with his product, digital humans.
In this second part of our conversation, Danny talks about launching his own telecommunications company at the age of 25, making the choice to leave that for something new, and he shares some important lessons he learned along the way.
More information: https://digitalhumans.com/
Danny Tomsett is a tech visionary and relentless innovator with a passion for customer experience – so much so that under his leadership, FaceMe (now UneeQ) was the winner of the Sir Richard Branson ‘Virgin Business challenge’; and in 2018, FaceMe was recognised at the ‘Deloitte Fast 50’ NZ awards as one of the country’s fastest growing businesses, with revenue growth of 317%.
He has a successful entrepreneurial track record – developing games at eight years old, founding and exiting a telecommunications company he started at 25 – before starting UneeQ. UneeQ is passionate about people and how we can use technology to change people’s lives. UneeQ enables companies to reimagine the customer experience of the future through a conversational platform designed around leveraging the ‘human touch’ to create amazing customer experiences.