Life Hub

We’ve built the first financial learning technology that takes children on a ground-breaking educational journey from early childhood using real physical money right up to college using digital money on mobile technology.

Earn. Save. Spend. Goals. Office 365.

Life Hub is the world’s most advanced financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and career (F.L.E.C.) education technology for children aged 3 to 18.

Q1 2021


Life Hub is
Youth Transitional F.L.E.C.
Education Technology

Early Childhood to College
Financial Literacy Education

Children aged 3 to 18 first manage real physical money to form positive behaviors and transition to digital money in teen years.

Middle Childhood to College Entrepreneurship Education

Children aged 8 to 18 learn entrepreneurship by starting and managing real businesses so they will grow into creative and entrepreneurial adults.

Middle Childhood to College
Career & Trade Education

Children aged 8 to 18 learn important career and trade skills so they set a path towards an independent and successful life.

Earning, Saving, Spending
and Office 365
Education Technology

for children aged 7 to 18

Life Hub is a powerful financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and career education technology designed to teach kids vital skills so they lead a healthy, prosperous and successful life

Real money and real
business is the most effective way

With youth financial education, there’s simply no substitute for managing real money. In order to form positive money behaviors, children must begin engaging and learning as early as age 3. The most effective way to develop money management skills is at home with parental encouragement and guidance using the most advanced practical hands-on learning computer, online software and mobile, Life Hub Learning System.


Life Hub’s features and functions

real money. real business.
real career development.



Home-based system for daily and consistent engagement and learning where it is safe to fail in the real world



Real money management, banking and investing for real-world experiences



Real-world entrepreneurship education so children learn business and career skills



Industry’s first artificial intelligence with Alexa and Google Home voice-technology integration



Learning, predictive and prescriptive analytics for deeper acquisition of knowledge and skills



Inspires and induces frequent and
consistent engagement with a always-on
computer, online software and mobile



Syncs with mobile app empowering
children, parents, educators and
employers to connect and engage



Children aged 3 to 13 years first form positive behaviors and then transition to digital 14 to 18



Practical skills development enhances positive habit and behavior formation



Individualized learning methods and preferences allow children to learn at their own pace and style



A free app for schools empowers educators to engage with students, extending education to the real world



Gamified learning experiences provide children with significant cognitive, social and problem-solving skills

The Good Screen Time

Some technologies are void of educational
values and can in fact hinder children’s
development while other technologies enhance
and foster their development.

Life Hub is a technology that inspires and empowers children to get out of the house and do things that children used to do before the era of smartphones and video games. Activities such as performing jobs for elderly neighbors, doing chores in the backyard, volunteering in the community, starting new businesses, participating in social and civic organizations with like-minded children, helping with charity drives and going on trips to the bank, shopping in stores, and bartering for the exchange of goods, are just some of the activities Life Hub will encourage children to get out of the house and do.


Life Hub Includes
Microsoft Office 365

children create reports, spreadsheets,
and presentations for their businesses,
finances and life management

Expert Opinions
Practical engagement is vital to effective learning

  • It’s naive to think that we could give high school students one financial course and then make them financially literate consumers. Consumers must learn budgeting and savings as early as possible.

    Richard Thaler
    Richard Thaler Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics
  • Financial and entrepreneurship education needs to be a coordinated approach and to be taught as early as possible. It is important to integrate money management and entrepreneurship throughout the whole formal education cycle. Entrepreneurial spirit and basic economic knowledge need to be already instilled in children. The earlier they learn, the less likely they are to struggle in the future.

    Laura Ewing
    Laura Ewing Chief Executive Officer, Texas Council of Economic Education
  • Financial literacy isn’t about the theory, it’s about the practical – the information children will learn that will actually give them the knowledge and resources to make astute decisions around credit cards, car loans, home loans and budgeting.

    Greg Medcraft
    Greg Medcraft President, Australian Securities Commission
  • Nationwide testing demonstrates that the average person lacks the basic financial knowledge he or she needs to make qualified financial decisions. Testing is just an indicator of content knowledge. But unlike other subject matter taught in school, financial literacy requires more than just understanding content. It requires learners to be able to adjust their daily financial behaviors and have enough knowledge to make confident financial decisions.

    Vince Shorb
    Vince Shorb CEO - National Financial Educators Council
  • Educational researchers emphasize the importance of active learning and projects that take on real world problems – this applies to learning financial concepts as well. You simply cannot learn what it’s like to manage your own money in a classroom or with a game and so I underscore the importance of practical experience with financial education.

    Alicia Dowd
    Alicia Dowd Co Director, Center for Urban Education University of Southern Cal
  • Like most life skills, learning financial literacy is cumulative. You can’t expect a high school student to take a semester-long course in economics and come out financially literate. Literacy knowledge is important, but without real-world application, that knowledge is a stale and not committed to long-term memory.

    Kate Stokes
    Kate Stokes Director of Financial Planning, J.E. Wilson Advisors

KiwiTech Portfolio Company

Voted Top 4 Trailblazing Global
Education Projects – 2016

Words from People

      • “I would like to take the time to express my interest in having the Life Hub in my third grade-classroom. This system is genius! I think this would be a great tool to teach my students money behavior skills that will last a lifetime. I will be signing on today!”

        Tiffany Truman Teacher, Hunters Green Elementary – Tampa, Florida

      • “After spending considerable time researching and comparing the range of educational products that could best enhance Carlton Academy Day School’s progressive early childhood educational curriculum, we have come to the easy conclusion that Electus Global Education’s Life Hub Learning Center will do just that for our eager to learn preschoolers. So last week, we went ahead and placed an order for 60 systems.”

        Michael J. McGuinness Director, Carlton Academy – Tampa, Florida

      • “After knowing more about the financial tools, you have developed, as well as the social approach the company is taking, I foresee the Life Hub as complementary to what both humanitarian and development organizations are doing in the field of education. If we, as international organizations, invest in future generations by providing them with powerful and innovative tools like this one you are offering, and if they managed to use their knowledge within their own societies, I believe the results would be countries progressively overcoming the chains of poverty, generating wealth, economic growth that pave the path forward to development.”

        Luz Adriana Garcia United Nations – Geneva, Switzerland

      • “Financial literacy is important to develop early regardless of whether you are beginning to develop wealth or are in the top 1%. I wish someone would have shared this technology with me when I was a Private Bank CEO. A wonderful tool to develop Relationship with the next generation.”

        Peter K. Scaturro Former CEO Citigroup Global Private Bank & U.S. Trust Company

Oct 2019

Nov 2018

Partner with United Nation
Sustainable Development Goals

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