BOW
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The Company

The BOW (Be Over the World) group includes MyKronoz and RoadEyes.

MyKronoz: Created in Geneva in 2013 and present in more than 40 countries, MyKronoz has already become a reference in wearable by offering a complete range of smartwatches and activity trackers, both design, trend and accessible to the largest number of users thanks to iOS, Android & WindowsPhone accounting. MyKronoz is distributed by major retailers in France such as Orange, Boulanger and FNAC, in North America by Walmart and Staples, in Japan by Yodobashi and in Hong Kong by HMV.

RoadEyes: Created in 2011, RoadEyes is the leader in embedded camera solutions for vehicles. The brand develops a wide range of connected solutions to improve road safety. RoadEyes products are marketed through a solid network of distributors, e-commerce and mass retail players and specialized brands. RoadEyes was recently selected by the BPI, UbiMobility and Business France as one of the 8 most innovative French companies to meet American car manufacturers to present its technologies.

Technical
Website:
Date of creation:
Headquarters:
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Presence:
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Investment:
2015 - 10
Market:
Unlisted
Followed by:
Nicolas de Saint Etienne
Julien Potier
Arthur Vigneras
Marie-Léa Soury
Vehicles affected:
  • FCPR NextStage Rendement
  • NextStage Croissance
 
Contractor
 
Boris Brault
Boris Brault
 

In 2000, he joined the Taiwanese company Aiptek, which manufactures and distributes digital cameras and was quickly responsible for developing the European subsidiary that manages distribution in France, Spain and Germany.

In 2009, capitalizing on his knowledge of the consumer electronics market, distribution networks and user behaviour, he created RoadEyes in 2011 and co-founded the Swiss company MyKronoz in 2013.