StartX Receives $800K Grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

StartX, a Stanford student startup accelerator, recently received an $800k grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

The company intends to use the funds to expand and scale its program nationally.

Formerly known as SSE Labs, StartX is a non-profit accelerator that aims to help university-affiliated entrepreneurs reach their potential as business leaders and innovators. It has an extensive network of founders, mentors, alumni, academics, entrepreneurs-in-residence, and business partners.
Founded in 2009 by Cameron Teitelman as a student entrepreneur, StartX provides community engagement, mentorship, on-the-job education, office space and other resources.
To date, the accelerator has supported more than 240 founders and 90 companies in several markets, including clean tech, biotechnology, enterprise, consumer internet/mobile, hardware, healthcare technology and social enterprise.



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