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Innovative awards

The Surrey Board of Trade announced two winners at the recent Surrey Innovation Awards dinner:

Sean Bindra, Young Innovator category, sponsored by Port Metro Vancouver. Bindra set out on a seven-week journey to single-handedly organize a flash mob of 600 plus students to bring awareness to the issue of bullying.

SOFTAC Systems Ltd., Excellence in Innovation category, sponsored by Century Group. SOFTAC Systems Ltd. designed and manufactured QuakeTrip, an earthquake early warning, automatic utility shut-down device.

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