Edward with one million for development – YouNick Mint’s new investment

Edward is an AI-based assistant to sales departments. It was invented and brought to life by two entrepreneurs: Tomasz Wesołowski and Bartłomiej Rozkrut. It is a smartphone application for traders and uses various data sources such as the frequency of telephone calls, the number and content of sent e-mails, events in the calendar.

Edward monitors these operations, draws conclusions and uses them to help increase sales opportunities by reminding and suggesting the seller to take specific actions. Additionally, all events can be automatically entered in the CRM system.

PLN 1 million invested by YouNick Mint Venture Capital will make it possible to speed up work on the improvement of the application which has potential to revolutionise sales managers’ existing work system. The investment was co-financed as part of the Bridge Alfa programme by the National Centre for Research and Development

We believe that Edward has great potential to complement existing CRM systems by integrating and automating many activities that today unnecessarily absorb sellers’ valuable time – says Dagmara Nickel, CEO of YouNick Mint, an operational investment fund.

From the beginning of cooperation with, the fund has provided the team with investment support and support in research work, in sales scaling and has provided access to experts who help develop applications.

Today, Edward provides real support to over 100 sellers who decided to test our solution. They include not only Polish entrepreneurs, but also U.S. or Indian companies – says Tomasz Wesołowski, CEO of

We plan to channel PLN 1 million invested by YouNick Mint into the further development of AI algorithms which will enable Edward to run the sales funnel in the future completely automatically, thus allowing sellers to focus on building relationships with clients. – adds Bartłomiej Rozkrut, CTO of

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