TLJ Access Control announces PBSA News sponsorship

TLJ Access Control - part of the TLJ Group - is delighted to announce it is an official sponsor of PBSA News.

TLJ Access Control sponsors PBSA News.

TLJ Access Control is delighted to announce a new sponsorship with PBSA News. As a global provider of commercial access control solutions, we specialise in contactless electronic locks and integrated access management software systems. 

We focus on flexible, integrated facility access control solutions for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA), University Accommodation and Student Residences, alongside Multifamily Residential Private Rented Sector (PRS), Build to Rent, and Hotel, Hospitality, Leisure and Holiday Park sectors. 

From door entry intercoms to building management apps and smart locker systems, we offer a full range of ready-made integrations designed to support the connected lifestyles of today’s modern students. 

Being the leading publication dedicated to the PBSA sector, TLJ are very pleased to be supporting PBSA News as they continue to provide industry professionals with the latest information and foster collaboration within the PBSA community.

“PBSA News serves as a central platform for professionals within the industry and we are delighted to be partnering with them through this new sponsorship agreement. 

“We are dedicated to providing the latest innovations in access control for the PBSA sector and are continuously developing products to meet the growing demands of students and operators alike.”

Luke Martin, Chief Technical Officer, TLJ Access Control

TLJ look forward to working with the PBSA News team to develop insightful content which will be beneficial to the PBSA News audience and the wider industry.

“PBSA News is delighted to welcome TLJ Access Control as a sponsor, as we continue to provide the latest news, trends, research and expert analysis to the industry. TLJ’s commitment to the sector – alongside their knowledge and experience – makes them a natural fit for our platform. We look forward to supporting them in their continued growth.”

Nick Biring, Co-founder, BTR News