First, we want to guarantee data security when a visitor uses our platforms. The security of data, whether it is sensitive data such as bank and personal data or company data, is guaranteed by our security specialists.
Secondly, we strive to be a company that has a zero carbon policy, in order - additionally - to accommodate a better environment.
Finally, we are convinced that we can help a lot of children get out of poverty by giving them the opportunity to participate in the digital society.
Over the past year, cyber attacks on enterprises have skyrocketed in both volume and complexity.
Cybercriminals are constantly looking to take advantage of new opportunities. According to the FBI, the early 2020 pandemic saw a whopping 300% increase in cyber crimes. In part, this increase was due to hackers targeting companies whose employees went to work from home and home offices without a strong cyber security infrastructure.
Hence, our first concern is to provide a secure platform.
We believe that providing immersive, digital content can go a long way toward reducing the impact on the environment.
Shopping is already happening more often online. But people still too often and too quickly take the car to drive to work for those few meetings with colleagues. Professionals still too often take the plane or train to attend international conferences or trade shows.
Waste can also be reduced quite a bit.
We believe some of this can be done differently and better.
Today, companies must increasingly consider the impact that their activities have on the environment. It is therefore important to consciously make the choice that is best not only for your wallet, but also for the planet. Fortunately, it does not have to be one or the other. Let us compare a physical event with a virtual one. This fictitious event will take place over two days and can expect as many as 5000 visitors. In terms of content, there is little or no difference between the two events, as an online event in 3D can replicate the experience of a physical event down to the smallest detail.
Under normal circumstances, 4800 of these visitors will travel to the event by car. The average distance travelled to the exhibition centre is about 80 km. 150 of them will make the trip by train. In addition, 50 of them will make the journey by air from abroad. In this simulation, we assume that one has taken the flight from London to Brussels. It is therefore valid that these 50 visitors will spend one night in a local hotel.
In a digital event, on the other hand, these factors are immediately absent. Here, visitors can attend the event from just about anywhere in the world. Not to mention the emissions that setting up a physical event entails, compared to a digital one.
In total, we then arrive at these emissions for both similar events:
Any child in the world has to receive quality education at the same standards. This is the only way to erase inequality. Every child in the world deserves a ticket to digital literacy.
Millions of children are still being denied the chance to acquire the digital skills that allow participation in our modern world. Especially in The Gambia, where going to school is a privilege.
We research a pedagogical on the floor, reach out to schools and organizations, and integrate it into innovative digital technologies.
We pledge to always put the community first. That means being leaders in environmental, social and economic sustainability.