YGS Intelligent Locks, a leading manufacturer of smart locks in China, has pledged its support for the 2nd European Games. The relevant agreement was signed in Minsk this week.
The contract with YGS Intelligent Locks is another example of the Minsk European Games Organising Committee (MEGOC) successfully attracting a major and world-renown sponsor to the multi-sports event to be held in the Belarusian capital from June 21-30.
Zhou Lixin, CEO of YGS Intelligent Locks:
“Signing an agreement with the Organising Committee is a very important step for our company for a number of reasons. First of all, the European market has very high standards. In regards to protection, our product is the exact personification of the high standards that the company has reached in its manufacturing process. For us, the 2nd European Games is a way to position ourselves on the European market at a European event. It is also important to note that we are the first representatives of China who have signed a sponsorship agreement with the Minsk European Games Organising Committee.”
“Our company was established 19 years ago, and in this time, it has grown into a big manufacturing enterprise that makes innovative products - intelligent locks linked to the Internet through cloud technologies. We plan to provide various locks (with locks, cards and fingerprint and face recognition, that are controlled with the help of smartphones and other devices) to many venues of the Games as part of the sponsorship agreement. They are very convenient to use for corporate businesses, and as part of smart homes, which in themselves represent a movement forward, into the future. We hope that we will be able to showcase as many of our products as possible at the upcoming event, especially considering that our products are already known on the Belarusian market.”
Anatol Kotau, Deputy Director of MEGOC:
“Today we signed the first agreement with a company that works on the Chinese market, and this is a milestone for us. Despite the fact that a project such as the European Games is continental in nature, Chinese business is interested in it. I am sure that we will sign several more agreements with Chinese partners before the Games. In this way, we will be able to show that the upcoming multi-sports event is an international project that sparks interest and is gathering support beyond Europe.”