2012 Tasmania Pearcey Award
The 2012 Tasmanian Pearcey Award for younger ICT entrepreneurs was presented to Mr Jared Hill, Founder and CEO of insight4, a professional software services company.
The award was made at an event held at the Henry Jones art house Hotel in Hobart as part of the Australian Computer Society’s (ACS) sponsored Tasmania iAwards event. The award was presented to Mr Mr Hill by the Minister for Innovation.
For more details - please see 2012 Tas Award.
This award is a State award aimed at encouraging and rewarding fresh and innovative talent in the ICT profession. This award is presented to an individual during his or her career who has demonstrated that they have run a risk and inspired others in Tasmania. (more...)
Trevor Pearcey built Australia's first and the world's fourth electronic computer in 1948 in Sydney. It is the oldest surviving computer in the world. The Pearcey Foundation's objective is to reinforce the recognition, knowledge and appreciation of Australian contribution to the development and growth of the ICT professions, research and industry.
Tasmania Pearcey Committee