Haart Sphere: Exploring Julia Haart’s New Metaverse Enterprise, “My Unorthodox Life”
With the second season debut of Netflix’s My Unorthodox Life less than a week away, viewers naturally have a lot of questions. In case you haven’t caught up on the new episodes, you’ll learn how Julia Haart’s divorce from Silvio Scaglia completely upends her business.
When Julia and Silvio first decided to separate, they were on the same team and both thought they could make excellent business partners in their roles as CEO and owner of Elite World Group. A second season trailer has Julia saying they were “great business partners” and that their breakup “doesn’t harm the business at all.”
But then Silvio terminated Julia’s employment, and everything changed. The ensuing court struggle was a very chaotic disaster. In a nutshell: During an April interview on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Julia said she couldn’t be fired since she co-owns the firm, as reported by Bustle. Since the Delaware Court of Chancery decided in Silvio’s favour back in August, Julia is no longer a co-owner of the business.
Since all the drama, Julia has been looking for new opportunities, like her new business in the Metaverse, Haart Sphere. Want to learn more? Read on to find out more.
What is Haart Sphere?
Julia calls Haart Sphere a Meta organization on the show. Back in January, NBC said that Julia was going to turn famous people into avatars and send them into the Metaverse to open up new possibilities.
Julia is the CEO of Haart Sphere right now, and her daughter Miriam, who went to Stanford University to study engineering and is now the CTO, works with her. Miriam says in episode six, “The technology we want in Haart Sphere doesn’t exist anywhere.” Robert Zaffiris, the former CFO of Elite World Group, also appears in a Haart Sphere meeting, but his LinkedIn page says he works as a Principal Consultant at Texture Advisors LLC.
Miriam also tells her girlfriend Nathalie about the company job idea. Nathalie needs a work visa so she doesn’t have to go back to Sweden.
No one knows what’s going on with the company, but the way Haart Sphere looks on the show makes it look like they’re just getting started.