This year, more than ever before, C100 has raised the bar on the quality of Canadian startups accepted to the '48Hrs in the Valley' program. 17 post-seed companies - in areas as diverse as biometrics, cloud diagnostics, travel, machine learning, and AI robotics - will be showcased at the June event in San Francisco. Collectively, the companies have raised over C$75 Million and employ an average of 25 people per company. Shorty company profiles are attached.
Meet with Canadian startups
If you or any of your colleagues are interested in meeting with these promising startups, you're invited to day 2 of 48Hrs in the Valley on June 23 at 500 Startups in San Francisco. Three 30-minute time slots are available for meetings with each company. Please review the profile information and select up to 5 who you'd be interested in meeting with in order of preference. Please note your preferences here by Wednesday, June 15 to allow for scheduling.
Attend the closing reception at Jones Bar
In addition to Day 2 of programming, investors are welcome to attend the 48Hrs in the Valley closing reception following the investor meetings at Jones Bar.
About C100 : C100 is a non-profit, member-driven organization built by successful Canadian entrepreneurs living in Silicon Valley that believe Canadians deserve the same access to venture capital and insight as some of the best companies in the world. Cooley is proud to sponsor this organization. Cooley partner Kevin Rooney is a charter member and active participant in the Canadian startup and venture capital community.
For more information please email Alison Stephens or call +1 650 843 5972.