MoodMission accepted into Monash University Accelerator program

  The winners of the Elevator Awards with the Generator staff and Professor Ian Smith, Vice-Provost (Research and Research Infrastructure)

The winners of the Elevator Awards with the Generator staff and Professor Ian Smith, Vice-Provost (Research and Research Infrastructure)

Last week David pitched MoodMission at the Monash University Generator Elevator Awards. He was lucky enough to be one of the five winners, securing a spot for MoodMission in the Accelerator program. This provides start-ups with $20,000 in funding and a series of valuable workshops. MoodMission was also a hit with the crowd and following a vote won the People's Choice Award! This won MoodMission a further $1000.

This opportunity will be used to pursue several goals for the project:

  1. Spreading MoodMission to help even more users through a social media campaign
  2. Pursuing development of an Android version
  3. Developing a system of personalised programs for specific problems, unlockable through in-app purchases. These programs will help users tackle problems like fear of public speaking, spider phobia, flight anxiety, and many others.