Vancouver, BC - Optigo Networks is excited to announce that CEO Pook-Ping Yao has been recognized as one of 2015’s top entrepreneurs, executives and professionals by Business in Vancouver. As one of BIV’s Top Forty under 40 Award recipients, Ping has been selected for his excellence in both business and community involvement. In addition to leading Optigo Networks, Ping is deeply involved in his community and sits on the Board of Directors of his local francophone pre-school.
“The transition from an engineer in the corporate world to the world of startups, has been a challenge unlike any I’ve experienced before.” said Yao. “My motivation comes from the team I get to work with and the technology we get to build together. It’s an honour to receive this recognition and to be acknowledged for the work we are doing. I’d also like to congratulate the other recipients.”
Optigo Networks has taken smart buildings by storm. Named BC’s Most Promising Startup in 2015 by the BC Technology Industry Association (BCTIA), Optigo Networks is shaping the future of the commercial Internet of Things (IoT) by redefining how smart buildings are connected. Its award-winning analytics engine, Optigo Integrity, brings visibility and security to the commercial IoT.
For more information and a complete list of award winners, please check out the BIV article here and at Optigo Networks at www.optigo.net.