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Leading industry expert in security systems and solutions, Jason Choy began his career in facilities management for big multi-use venues. Jason educated himself on the growing security market to the point of launching his own security solutions firm in 2005. His business Welcome Gate is now anindustry leader in identifying security needs and matching appropriate technology including:
The cardless society – biometrics, implanted chips and identity theft
The future of CCTV and video analytics
Cloud security systems
Agile security for an agile workforce
The Internet of Things (IoT)
Complex integrated security solutions + mission critical systems
Using smartphones for security access
Physical security & prevention of security breaches
The application of technology to create safer communities
In addition, Jason can offer expert knowledge on the use of security systems to mine Big Data, providing insight into behaviours, demographics and intelligence for lead generation.
Jason has had great success at pushing his insight into the security landscape to the forefront of business. His experience has made him passionate about encouraging the growth of others and he subsequently set up the Young Directors Forum in 2007 through the IoD. He currently serves on the advisory board at London South Bank University’s Business School and mentors MBA students at London Business School’s entrepreneurship programme.
His success has been recognised by the University of West London awarding him with an Honorary Doctorate of Letters for recognition to his encouragement of entrepreneurship and business achievements.
As a motivational and keynote speaker Jason has addressed conferences including the IoD, London Business Network – CompeteFor, Think London (London+Partners), UBM – Total Workplace Management, and the British Institute of Facilities Management.
For speaking enquiries or to book Jason Choy contact a Specialist Speakers agent on 01455 633289 or email Specialist Speakers