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EP&T: Laipac puts the ‘thing’ in IoT

Toronto-area design firm wins over customers and users around the world

September 15, 2020  by EP&T

Diego Lai and Maria Pacini co-founded Laipac Technology in 1999 with a mere $10,00 to start their fledgling firm.

Well before IoT was ‘a thing’, Laipac Technology Inc. was quickly establishing itself in the emerging Internet of Things design space. Founded in 1999 by Canadian entrepreneurs Diego Lai and Maria Pacini with a mere $10,000 to their firm’s name, the Toronto-area business quickly grew to become a global leader in IoT products and services with customers all around the globe.

From its beginning, the vision of Laipac was simple according to Lai – “provide peace of mind to customers by crafting the absolute best, most reliable, and easiest-to-use locator devices on the market.”

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