AccelerateTO 2014 is around the corner!

October 9, 2014 The C100

The C100, in partnership with Ryerson Digital Media Zone, would like to extend a special invitation to our fourth annual AccelerateTO taking place on October 29, 2014 at Andrew Richard Designs in Toronto. Please join us for a day of connection that brings together technology entrepreneurs, influencers and investors! Please take a look at the event information below. Have questions? Email connect@thec100.org 

 

Event Information

Registration: Please visit accelerateto.com for your ticket to AccelerateTO 2014!

Are you an entrepreneur? Get 50% off your ticket to AccelerateTO for a limited time.Register HERE. Code: TOEntrepreneur. Hurry, limited quantity available! 

Location: Andrew Richard Designs, 571A Adelaide St E Toronto, ON
 

Agenda

Scaling from Anywhere: Building World-Class Companies in Canada

12:30 pm: Doors Open

1:30 pm: Event kick-off

1:45 pm - Building From Home, Mike Mcderment, CEO and Co-Founder, Freshbooks

2:30 pm - Hard Decisions Along the Way, Gokul Rajaram, Product Engineering Lead at Square

3:00 pm: Break  

3:30 pm - Hustle and Hack, Harley Finkelstein, Chief Platform Officer at Shopify Fireside Chat with Bram Sugarman, Senior Associate at OMERS

4:10 pm - Deal from 2 Sides, Aydin Senkut, Founder and Managing Director of Felicis Ventures and Ariel Garten, CEO at InteraXon

5:00 pm - AccelerateTO Reception, sponsored by Northleaf Capital and Ontario Venture Capital Fund. Connect with fellow entrepreneurs, VCs and tech enthusiasts at our closing cocktail reception. Heavy appetizers and open bar included in your AccelerateTO ticket! 

 
 

 

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