That’s a funny story, actually. Back when I was looking for a new job, none of the job descriptions seemed particularly appealing. I had always been around startups so the thought of founding something on my own was present, but I never had a tangible idea. However, a start-up accelerator program was looking for founder personalities without ideas. So I thought I’d have a look into that. I really had no expectations. You see, I’m a generalist, and while I had worked in startups, I didn’t have specialist knowledge. They got to know me and they gave me a list of topics that could make sense, for example a yoga or massage platform. One of them, however, was language. I had lived in different countries and speak different languages. The idea, at first, was completely different: it was learning a language anywhere in the world via video. I thought, well, I’ve got nothing to lose, I’ll do this for three months and they’ll support me in building it up. But I quickly realized was that this concept already existed. I then asked myself: what problem am I actually solving with this? I couldn’t find an answer that was appealing.