We are Elix Incubator. Elix Incubator is an internationally recognized social impact incubator for teen entrepreneurs. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Elix is in an epicenter for technological and business innovation, as well as social progress. We hope to fuse together these two phenomena, creating a revolutionary platform for philanthropy.
There is no other philanthropic incubator-accelerator just like Elix. Although a few incubators open their doors to high school students, we are among the first to focus solely on launching social ventures and be tuition free. At Elix, we realize that though youth is just 25% of today's population, they're 100% of the future. We believe that with a combination of strategy, collaboration, and sheer willpower, Elix can accelerate their bold solutions.
We're proud that our innovative, tuition-free model promotes underserved youth participation in our program. Elix strives to broaden access to entrepreneurship because we believe that socioeconomic status should never be a limit to youth innovation.
At Elix, we call for sustainable, socially conscious entrepreneurship. Our approach is simple: inspire personal growth that leads to professional growth. That's why our incubatees are always paired with mentors, given personalized emotional intelligence training, decision analysis training, and leadership training.
As an Elix incubatee, you'll enjoy full access to our two office spaces in the San Francisco Bay Area. Not only can you host your operations from our spaces, but you can also access our team for private meetings both virtually and in person. Any day. Any time.
We understand that most start ups can't afford to hire a full staff immediately. So, Elix offers in house web design, marketing, branding, iOS development, and financial gurus- leaving founders to focus on what they do best.
Elix offers an insider's network in San Francisco, as well as partnerships with world class lawyers, venture capitalists, and universities. We open doors for our ventures to make an impact bigger than themselves.
It isn’t easy for teenagers to break into the business world, so how did Elix do it?