New generation of Belgian tech and business entrepreneurs visits Entefy

Entefy was excited to host 30 future entrepreneurs from Howest, University College of West Flanders in Belgium. These computer science, business, and sports students visited Entefy during their tour of Silicon Valley technology companies. In between site visits, the group explored Golden Gate Park, Yosemite National Park, and hit the beach at Santa Cruz.

Entefyers welcomed the visitors with warm conversation before everyone settled in for the discussion. Entefy’s Co-Founder Brienne talked about establishing the company and its early development. Alston, Entefy’s CEO and Co-Founder, spoke next, taking the students on a tour of Entefy’s approach to user data, machine learning, natural language processing, and context awareness and how it’s differentiated in the market. 

Following a lengthy Q&A, Entefyers and guests mingled and posed for a group photo. We wish these rising stars safe travels on their return to Belgium. 

Visits like these are another way we support the mission of STEM education and digital technology innovation.