How did you benefit from the programme and how is it helping you today?
“When I was thinking of launching a tech startup back in 2017, I didn’t know where to begin. I was still quite young, and only had three years of startup experience under my belt. I knew I needed guidance, mentoring, and structure before launching anything. I found that at Cambridge. The connections and friends I made there still last years after the program has ended, some of them became clients, advisors, board members or investors.
“I can’t stress enough the advantages that came with the programme. Today, I am happy to be able to use what I learned from my entrepreneurial experience with the programme to first help build a much more serious company Yousign in the UK, and second to bring simplicity and legality to all signatures in Europe.”
Balint is an entrepreneur and TEDx speaker. During the programme, he launched a data consulting firm that he later pivoted into Quantest, a SaaS platform that used a new customer research methodology called Variation Testing to automate the current low-tech innovation processes in big companies. After Cambridge, he integrated Entrepreneur First in their eleventh London cohort where he continued working on his startup.
Today, he works at a fast growing eSignature startup called Yousign as Country Manager for the UK & Ireland, developing the international expansion of the company in that region.