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Incubated: How StartX Helps Stanford-Affiliated Founders Get Their Companies Off The Ground

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Over the past few years, StartX has emerged to help founders from Stanford build their companies. The accelerator seeks to take advantage of all the resources at the university, as well as the wide range of tech companies nearby, to improve the ecosystem of Stanford-affiliated startups.

StartX provides support and resources to founders that get accepted to the program, which include workspace and $100,000 in credits toward services to help them get their companies off the ground. And unlike other accelerators, StartX gives these perks without asking for equity in return.

The most important part of the program, though, might just be the network of mentors and entrepreneurs available to founders who take part. The community of tech founders associated with Stanford includes 40,000 companies, and many of their founders are happy to pay it forward to work with teams which are part of StartX.

To participate, a…

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Written by Larry Chiang

October 8, 2014 at 8:08 am

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