A complementary team
The team behind UBIQUE TECH
Founder and CTO
Graduate of Ecole Polytechnique Paris, Telecom Paris Tech and Dauphine, Ali is passionate about the IT sector in which he spent more than 10 years before founding UBIQUE TECH.
Graduated from the engineering school ESIEA and an Executive MBA from HEC Paris, Fadi was consultant in strategy and management as well as bank executive for more than 20 years. Fadi joined UBIQUE TECH in 2021.
Founder and CMO/CSO
ESSEC Business School graduate, Hassan worked as a Strategy consultant and Business director for a health startup in London before founding UBIQUE TECH.
Video Games Designer
In parallel with his Master's degree of Game Art at ISART, Calvin joined UBIQUE TECH as a Game Artist.
Video Project Manager
Saeed has 10 years of experience in video game development.
He joined UBIQUE TECH in 2018.
Video Games Designer
Passionate about video games and digital arts, Nielisson has joined UBIQUE TECH to help to improve the lives of hundreds of people with disabilities.
As student at ESSEC in the Grande Ecole Programme, Margaux spent the last 5 years overseas for her scientific studies. Today, she uses her network and knowledge of the Canadian health system to contribute to the development of UBIQUE internationally.
During her Master's degree in Healthcare Business at the Faculty of Health Engineering and Management in Lille, Marine has always had a sensitivity for the health field. She is excited to share Ubique’s project with as many people as possible.
After previous experience working with children and people with disabilities, Christina is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in International Business and European Management at the Université d’Orléans. She is passionate about doing meaningful work.
Advisors / investors
Bruno has over 20 years of insurance experience and works with several startups. He is Polytechnique school, ENSAE and the London School of Economics graduate.
Jean-Baptiste has a strong marketing experience. He was previously in charge of a medical company offering a gamified solution in France and USA. He is a graduate of Polytechnique School and ENSAE.
Laurent holds a PhD in Human Biology and a degree in Biomedical Research Management from Harvard School of Public Health. He has held several senior positions, including member of St John of God Foundation for the Disabled.
They have contributed to the success of UBIQUE TECH
Empathy nurture sympathy, compassion, consideration and caring. A core value system for us.
People are the heart of our business. We always act by preserving this key value in the development of our projects.
We fight against exclusion. We strive for a society that is open to diversity, difference and disability.
It is reflected in all the actions we take, the quality of our editorial content and our services we create for our customers.
Curiosity, ambition and ultimately innovation feed this value. We strive to be bold for our customers.
Our team is committed to supporting you in your choice of adapted devices and finally in your rehabilitation.
We apply this essential principle to our operations both internally and externally with all of our stakeholders.
This social value implies tolerance and lack of judgment. At UBIQUE TECH we promote mutual support to people in need.
The meeting that has launched UBIQUE
The story has begun after Ali met children with cerebral palsy during a motor rehabilitation session at a CPA centre (Cerebral Palsy Alliance) in Sidney.
By observing them, Ali saw that the children were tired of repeating the same movements several times. After interacting with therapists, he understood that these children had to make the same movements daily, for several years, in order to maintain their motor skills.
From the birth of the project...
He then had the idea to set up motion sensors coupled to a game application. This would allow children to play different, challenging video games each time, and make them forget the repetitive aspect of the exercises.
Finally, it would improve the quality of life of children, for whom these daily exercises would become a game, while allowing them to perform these exercises from home, reducing the cost of travel and sessions, and reduce inequality in care.
UBIQUE Kids was the first product launched by UBIQUE TECH to make rehabilitation fun for children. In response to the success of the UBIQUE Kids kit among users and therapists, and to the demand of adults, we have developed Habilup.
Habilup is the new version of the kit for children and adults, which helps in the motor rehabilitation of children, adults and seniors who have to do motor rehabilitation regularly, making it playful.
At the same time, we have developed a UBIQUE platform for therapists, centers and clinics, where therapists can schedule exercises for their patients, monitor their progress and do teleconsultation.