Shark Shield wins tech award
JOONDALUP’S Shark Shield has been recognised as one of WA’s highest trending start-up businesses.
Last week, it received the Highest Ranked Unlisted Start-up Award at the 2016 Techboard Awards.
Managing director Lindsay Lyon said the award “removes all doubt What they’re saying IF you don’t have the capacity to shrug off that kind of criticism and just say ... it goes with the territory, and just get on with the job, then you really shouldn’t be in judicial office. –Retiring High Court Chief Justice Robert French on ABC Radio on judges’ rulings – and the reasons for them – coming under public criticism about Shark Shield’s efficacy”.
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