Robofun was announced as an AMP Tomorrow Maker for 2018. AMP’s Tomorrow Fund provides grants to Australians doing amazing things within their community.
Lina, the founder of Robofun was invited to Global Sisters Sister Pitch which had 10 incredibly diverse and inspiring women from around Australia to share their early stage projects, celebrate Global Sisters achievements, and Women’s Entrepreneurship Day on November 13 2018 in Sydney.
Robofun has received a certificate of appreciation from Newlands Primary School for supporting their school’s fundraising event. Their coordinator had this to say: Thank you Lina for donating trial classes to our school! Very generous! Such a fabulous business idea! Energy follows intention. Deidre Newman, Newlands Primary School Coordinator
Robofun participated in Enterprising women, creating spaces for change forum that was held in Swinburn university. This event was an opportunity to hear about cross-cultural research on women’s entrepreneurship in Sarawak, Malaysia and Victoria, and discuss how to improve the ecosystem for enterprising women locally.
After ygap’s search across Australia for the most inspiring and exciting social entrepreneurs, Robofun was chosen for it’s First Gen Program. ygap’s First Gen Program is an internationally acclaimed program that is specialised in accelerating social enterprises to spread their social impact.