Hamish Jolly: A shark-deterrent wetsuit (and it's not what you think)
Hamish Jolly - Inventor, ocean swimmer
Hamish Jolly brings his entrepreneurial eye to the rare but viscerally terrifying issue of shark attacks. Full bio
Australia Oceans Institute
would know is a famous naturalist,
fatal shark attacks happened,
to the biological anecdote
mitigate the risk of shark attack,
the original Quiksilver logo,
people might actually wear.
actually engages with that rig.
on how big the shark is,
preserve the scientific method,
smell and sense but not see,
confident than the tigers,
the testing is done independently,
Attack Mitigation Systems,
use for the benefit of mankind.
About the speaker:Hamish Jolly - Inventor, ocean swimmer
Hamish Jolly brings his entrepreneurial eye to the rare but viscerally terrifying issue of shark attacks.
Why you should listen
Hamish Jolly is an ocean swimmer and kitesurfer who's committed to creating sustainable businesses through innovation management, business development, business management, program management, investment analysis and finance. In 2006, Jolly was listed in Western Australian Business News' 40 Under 40 business leaders.
Formerly Director of Strategy and Ventures at BankWest, Jolly was responsible for group strategy and mergers and acquisitions. He is a qualified Chartered Accountant and fulfils a number of Board positions including Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority Board of Management (Kings Park). He most recently consulted as the Chief Executive Officer of Greening Australia, Australia’s largest environmental not-for-profit organisation and formerly a Director of Ajilon, where he was part of the leadership team for one of the top-3 management and technology consulting firms in Western Australia.
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