Companies involved in the C100’s programs have raised more than $1 billion since 2010

Canadian money

The C100, a non-profit, member-driven organization that supports Canadian technology entrepreneurship through mentorship, partnership and investment, has released an infographic celebrating a massive milestone. What is being dubbed as the “Canadian Technology Success Map,” the C100 states they have just passed over the $1 billion mark of money raised by companies that have gone through its programs since 2010.

The C100 has a mandate to support Canadian entrepreneurs and this news comes after LightSpeed announced its massive $35 million raise earlier in the week, which iNovia and Accel Partners participated in. Another notable funding investment was Montreal’s Frank and Oak’s $15 million raise in September.


Ian Hardy

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