Standard Access took Gold in the Tech category at the 2015 Bank Of Ireland Startup Awards which took place on Thursday 12th November in Croke Park, Dublin.
Established in 2014 this IoT (Internet of Things) startup has developed a connected device combination of hardware, software and a lock that allows real estate access via a smartphone integrated with a client/tenant management platform. Landlords and property managers can now remotely allow access to anyone via a smartphone.
This is the startup’s second major win in 4 weeks after winning the European stage of the startup competition at MIPIM UK the real estate conference held in London recently. Standard Access will now go on to compete with the winners of MIPIM Asia at MIPIM World in Cannes in March, which brings 21,500 real estate investors, developers and real estate professionals from around the globe.
Commenting on the award, Gerry Prizeman Head of Enterprise Development at Bank Of Ireland said “Congratulations to Standard Access on winning the Tech category gold award at the recent finals night of the Bank of Ireland sponsored National Startup Awards. A great achievement in a very competitive category.”
For more information visit www.standardaccess.co.