Flipping the perception and preparation for death.
Provide an advanced, handy planning platform for everyone to plan, share, celebrate, and create a legacy that generations to come can enjoy.
We started Kwaetus having examined the problems that people face in practical terms and emotionally when organising for the end of their lives. Death is one of the last taboo subjects and we are convinced that a shift in attitude and approach will result in better results for everyone's happiness and that technology is key in this advance.
Contemplating one's own death is not life affirming in itself, but it is required to give full strength to the joy and wonder that life provides. Moreover, when we are dead others we love will live on, and if we prepare our leaving properly, they will remember us better and we can live today knowing that their lives will be better for our attention and care.
There are practical matters that we have answered in our FAQ's and we have enlisted the help of other professionals to make sure that you can get the help you need to prepare for death. This seemingly morbid preparation will free you to enjoy your life more and keep those you love close to your heart. It needs to be done, so please start today with us. It is simple to use and valuable to you.
Charles Aram and Fatima Ait Moulid come from investment management and technology sector backgrounds respectively. Both share the same desire to improve life wherever possible. Both have management and successful business entrepreneurship experience.
Fatima graduated from the University of Law of Montpellier with a Property & Real Estate Business Management Associate degree. Having worked for Google and other Technology Leaders, she launched her first app and is currently advising Fortune 1000 companies on Digital Transformation
Charles started an investment management firm and was CEO for a decade plus and worked with the world's pioneering smart beta firm based in California. Much of this work was about using technology to improve investor outcomes.