C100 has selected the 22 companies that will take part in its 48Hrs in the Valley program, which brings Canadian startups to Silicon Valley for an intensive two days of mentorship, networking, and investor meetings in December.
C100’s partners and ambassadors — which include investors, 48 Hrs alumni, and C100 staff — selected the startups from a pool of 200 early stage startup nominations. The companies span across a range of industries, including AI, healthcare, edtech and FinTech.
“This cohort is yet another indication of the increasing quality of the Canadian startup ecosystem,” said Terry Doyle, C100’s co-chair. “As such, we believe that it will be able to take advantage of the substantial value of the C100 network.”
The program will take place between December 5 to December 7, with the goal of reflecting its Capital Matters: Human. Financial. Social theme. Guest speakers will focus on helping founders understand these three ideas in relation to raising, growing, and leveraging different forms of capital in order to scale.
The latest cohort includes: