iLOQ’s commitment to sustainability is demonstrated at the World Economic Forum
Leading digital access management company, iLOQ, is participating in important panel discussions in connection with the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting currently taking place in Davos, Switzerland.
The WEF’s mission is to bring together the most significant leaders from all sectors of global society to identify the best ways of addressing the world’s most pressing challenges. An important topic at this year’s event is setting the agenda for shaping a more sustainable future.
Finnish Flow is an active international business community that is developing and coordinating the Finnish business community’s participation in the WEF’s side events. Chief Marketing Officer, Joni Lampinen, and Chief Financial Officer, Timo Pirskanen, are proud to be representing iLOQ at the global event.
Panel discussions are focusing on the broader debate on sustainable strategies and the future of technology in smart cities.
“For almost two decades, iLOQ has been leading the way in the access management industry by innovating technological and resource-efficient solutions. Our advanced digital services and software solutions fulfill society’s requirements for secure, sustainable and smart living. Entirely battery free, among other benefits, they are currently saving 50,000 kg of battery waste every year. We are looking forward to productive discussions at the forum and being a major contributor to solving global problems sustainably,” states Joni Lampinen, Chief Marketing Officer, iLOQ.
iLOQ in brief
iLOQ is a rapidly growing Finnish company that is leading the technological revolution in the digital locking industry. iLOQ transforms mechanical locks into digital and mobile access management. iLOQ solutions are based on technologies developed and patented by the company, enabling electronic and mobile locking without batteries or cables. iLOQ replaces mechanical and electromechanical locking systems with environmentally friendly solutions that solve the problems of lost or copied keys, reduce lock maintenance and minimize lifecycle costs. www.iloq.com