Several startups from Montreal will take their talents southbound to San Francisco for the notable 48 Hrs in the Valley program.
Held on May 7-8, the event gives a select group of Canadian entrepreneurs unique access to networking, mentoring, and business growth opportunities in the Bay Area.
6 of our portfolio companies will join the @theC100 48Hrs cohort in the Valley! Can't wait to see @invivo_ai Omnirobotic @renorunapp @smoochlabs @getStay22 @unitoio connect the Canadian and SF startup ecosystems to build world class companies https://t.co/NwqpvUEyPY https://t.co/NAHicwr9O0
— Real Ventures (@realventures) March 15, 2019
“I am in the unique position to hear stories about what this community and this event in particular has meant to several of Canada’s most ambitious entrepreneurs,” said Laura Buhler, Executive Director of the C100.” The relationships the founders make with other entrepreneurs from across Canada, Silicon Valley, and other major tech hubs are a precious asset to the entrepreneurs we support.”
48Hrs in the Valley introduces Canada’s most promising startups to Silicon Valley’s top mentors, investors, and industry executives.
C100 members and alumni of the 48Hrs program were asked to nominate promising Canadian startups. 26 were selected to participate from approximately 100 applications.
Once a year, C100 hosts promising Canadian companies in Silicon Valley for 48Hrs of mentorship, networking opportunities, investor meetings, and unparalleled access to C100’s extensive network in Silicon Valley. The program has been a signature C100 program with over 250 alumni companies since 2010.