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EmployABILITY Champion: Robofleet, Inc.

Robofleet Inc., based in Pasadena, develops specialty software that copies and pastes information from any document to anywhere. Founder Lauren Cheng is celebrating her business's new status as an EmployABILITY Champion and took time to let us know what that means to her.


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What is your mission as an organization? 

Our mission is to save people time and resources when dealing with what can be a tedious and time-consuming task. 


How do you plan to use the EmployABILITY Business Grant funds to grow your business?

We’re hiring individuals with disabilities, starting a training program for individuals with disabilities, buying accessible equipment, and bringing on a disability inclusion consultant. 


How do you think the EmployABILITY Business Grant will affect your business in the next year?

It will help us to jumpstart our growth and find the right candidates, which will enable us to build a great product. The future is so bright! We’ve already hired one new employee. We’ve also started product testing a new offering and are working toward a full launch in the near future. Our new employees will really help us grow as an organization! 


What does it mean to you to be an EmployABILITY Champion? 

We have very much appreciated receiving this grant from the California Department of Rehabilitation. Our intention is to further build our company in California and be a bright example to other companies like ours in how to grow and be inclusive.


For more information on Robofleet, visit https://robofleet.us/

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