Datacratic, SportlogiQ among startups selected to 48Hrs in the Valley


Two Montreal startups have made the cut for C100’s 48Hrs in the Valley.

Datacratic deploys its MLDB.ai machine learning database to customers to process and deploy machine learning easily, fast, and efficiently, while SportlogiQ is a computer vision technology company that provides advanced sports analytics to broadcast media and professional teams.

The pair of Montreal teams will head to Silicon Valley along with 15 other teams from across Canada from June 22-23.

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48Hrs in the Valley is C100’s signature program for “mentoring, connecting and inspiring Canada’s most promising startup entrepreneurs.” This year’s theme is “Capital Matters: Human. Financial. Social.” and will focus on growing and leveraging different forms of capital.

“Our goal with the 48Hrs program is to help startups from across Canada understand just how high the bar is in order to succeed in a competitive market like Silicon Valley,” said Terry Doyle, co-chair of the C100. “We hope that we provide each 48Hrs cohort with the skills and connections to return to Canada and build world class companies.”

Here’s all 17 companies heading to the Valley:

Bioconnect (Toronto)

Cloud Diagnostics (Kitchener)

Control (Vancouver)

Datacratic (Montreal)

EZ-Robot (Calgary)

Flybits (Toronto)

Flytographer (Victoria)

Grow (Vancouver)

Karoleena (Okanagan Falls)

Matter and Form (Toronto)

Nudge (Toronto)

PageCloud (Ottawa)

Referral Saasquatch (Vancouver)

RentMoola (Vancouver)

Rumble (Toronto)

SportlogiQ (Montreal)

StackAdapt (Toronto)

According to the C100, the companies have raised over C$75 million in private funding to date and employ an average of 20 employees per company.

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