The C100 launches new monthly program called Valley 101 to “learn the basics about how the Valley operates”


The C100, a non-profit, member-driven organization that supports Canadian technology entrepreneurship through mentorship, partnership and investment, recently announced it passed the $1 billion mark of money raised by companies that have gone through its programs since 2010.

Due in part by this success, and “the overwhelming interest in personal meetings,” the C100 has created a new program that’s specifically dedicated to Canadians visiting the valley. The program is dubbed “Valley 101” and gives an opportunity to connect with the C100 and those organizations within its network to “learn the basics about how the Valley operates.”

Valley 101 takes place in the San Francisco Bay Area and will feature a guest speaker who’ll give a Silicon Valley perspective, followed by a networking opportunity. The monthly event is a free to attend and the complete list of dates for 2015 are below:

Wednesday, February 25th
Wednesday, March 25th
Wednesday, April 22th
Wednesday, May 27th
Wednesday, July 22th
Wednesday, August 26th
Wednesday, September 23th
Wednesday, October 28th
Wednesday, November 18th

Source: C100

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