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Ideas Hoist interview Modfab Cofounder Ben Roberts

At Modfab Australia, we love sharing the word about our 3d printing courses and certificate programs. We can’t help it- we’re super proud of what we do!

One of the most fun experiences we’ve had talking about Modfab and our 3d printing courses and certificate programs was a recent interview. Our Co-Founder of Modfab and lead with the technical side of 3d printing operations, Ben Roberts, was interviewed by Ideas Hoist.  If you haven’t heard of Ideas Hoist before, you’re in for a real treat.

Ideas Hoist is about shining a light (or hoisting ideas up as the name suggests) on Australians making ideas happen. With a particular focus on startups, social justice and B Corporations, it brings together a unique mix of Australian organisations and businesses that you may not always discover in the usual business press.

The founder of Ideas Hoist, Steven, runs a great little B Corporation called The Social Deck. Hence the interest in profiling Australian innovators and businesses. He’s a great chap and we really enjoyed sharing our 3d printing courses and certificate programs with him.

The article describes the motivating factor in building Modfab as a business. Ben, an engineer, and his wife Heike, a teacher, wanted to make a difference in the area of education and empowering students with future skills. This empowerment is not just in STEM but also in the arts, special education, history, PDHPE and Indigenous Studies.

We talk about life at Modfab, what it’s like to take 3d printing courses and certificate programs from the schools of the Illawarra to the sensational Northern Territory and beyond.

Want to read the full article, click on the link below.

Ben Roberts, co-founder of Modfab

We suggest bookmarking Ideas Hoist as it’s a great way to keep up t date with all kinds of wonderful stories in the Australian business landscape.

Enjoyed the article on Ben? Feel free to check out more articles on our 3d printing courses and certificate programs on the Modfab Australia blog. 

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