Future Makers is an annual program launched by Optus to foster innovative tech solutions which address social challenges for disadvantaged and vulnerable people, with five digital innovators sharing in the $200,000 grant pool and Maslow Co-founder Nitin Ferdandez scoring the top grant of $75,000 grant as well as winning an additional $10,000 People’s Choice Award.
Seven “social entrepreneurs” from the 2018 Optus Future Makers program have each secured a share of $280,000 in grant funding to help with the development of their digital innovations.
New South Wales virtual reality technology company Equal Reality has been shortlisted, along with six other entrants, in the the Optus Future Makers program for budding entrepreneurs.
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