Uniqkey nominated for "EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2022" award by Ernst & Young

After 2 months of silence, we are finally allowed to reveal that Uniqkey has been nominated for the "EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2022" award by Ernst & Young in the startup/scaleup category.

We’re extremely excited to share that Uniqkey has been nominated for the “EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2022” award by Ernst & Young.

EY Entrepreneur of the Year is the world’s number one competition for high-growth companies, celebrating exceptional entrepreneurship across the globe.

Our co-nominees are incredible companies, with just as incredible products, so just being among them is a huge acknowledgement of the great work all the people who make up Uniqkey put in every day, as well as of our investors who continue to believe in the mission of this company.

“Having your company nominated for this award is every entrepreneur's dream. And it has all only been made possible because of the dedication and hard work that each and every one of our employees put in every day."

Hakan Yagci, CEO of Uniqkey

About Uniqkey

Uniqkey is business-friendly password and access manager, developed in Denmark by leading European cyber security experts. Uniqkey helps companies prevent 81% of all cyberattacks by automating password-use in the workplace. The mission of Uniqkey is to help protect companies against cyberattacks through simpler and better access and password management.

As of date, Uniqkey is used by 200+ scandinavian companies and employees 45 people across 3 European countries.

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