Nominations Now Being Accepted for 2015 48 Hrs in the Valley Program

March 4, 2015 Joanne Fedeyko

The C100 is pleased to announce that nominations for this summer’s 48hrs in the Valley program are now being accepted. The 48hrs in the Valley program will be held June 22 – 24, 2015.

 

 

This Year’s Theme: Business Development & Growth

Core Topics: Think Bigger | Move Faster | Get Connected

 

48 Hours in the Valley is a semi-annual highly-selective program that invites some of Canada's most promising startups to the Silicon Valley for over two days of mentorship, workshops, investor meetings, strategic partner visits and networking - all with the purpose of creating a more informed, connected and empowered Canadian startup ecosystem.

 

The C100’s 48 Hours in The Valley far exceeded my expectations! The highlight was the one-on-one access to top VCs, successful entrepreneurs and tech leaders. I found it incredibly valuable to be plugged into the C100 network and immersed in the Valley culture. -Pressly, June 2014 Alum
 

Selected companies will have the opportunity to:

  • Become better acquainted with the Canadian startup community in Silicon Valley

  • Gain mentorship with established partner companies

  • Pitch their business model to high-profile VCs and investors

  • Learn best practices of business development within their specific industry sectors

  • Network with other Canadian startups in similar growth stages

 

Applications are due on April 6, 2015.

 

Please note that only startups nominated by C100 sponsors, charter members and 48hrs program alumni will be considered.

 

For more information about the criteria for 48 Hours in the Valley, and a list of eligible nominators, please visit http://www.thec100.org/programs/48hrs

About the Author

Joanne Fedeyko

Joanne is the Executive Director of the C100. She grew up on a farm in Northern Alberta and received her CMA from N.A.I.T. She moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1999 where she worked for both startups and nonprofits before joining the C100.

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