Announcing our 2020 cohort | Join our call with the BDC

Note this up-coming online event from one of our fellow Canadian organizations in the Bay Area.

Hi C100 community member,

Relentlessly Pursuing the Mission in Trying Times

Last week, C100 proudly announced our latest cohort of 26 early-stage Canadian startups to 48Hrs in the Valley, C100’s signature program that aims to support and inspire the next generation of Canadian success stories through mentorship, thought-partnership, and venture guidance.

While this event was scheduled to be held in the Bay Area on May 20-21, 2020, due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, C100 is postponing the event to October 6-7, 2020, and looks forward to welcoming this cohort to the Bay Area in the fall. The necessary postponement of our Spring events calendar has given us the opportunity to examine how we can deepen our delivery on our mission “to support, inspire, and connect the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders.” Read our take on why supporting Canadian entrepreneurs is more urgent than ever.

Thank you and stay well,

The C100 Team

48Hrs in the Valley 2020 Cohort

Over the last few weeks, all of you have seen your worlds shift drastically. What was once a period of immense growth and opportunity has now morphed into the first economic downturn many will ever have to face. As we all work to understand what the future holds, we do know one thing: we’re in this together. So in the spirit of deepening community connections and collectively navigating a new normal we’d welcome you to join us and fellow C100 leaders for a series of virtual roundtables for discussions and advice on leading through the pandemic.

Our previous virtual roundtables included topics such as team crisis management as well as access and approach to capital. If you missed them, you can watch them here.

Upcoming Virtual Roundtable Topic & Registration

April 15th @ 9:30AM PT/12:30PM ET
Topic: What GPs Need to Know About BDC’s New Capital Bridge Financing Program – COVID-19 Relief for Startups

Join for an exclusive session with Jérôme Nycz (EVP, BDC Capital) as he shares details on how GPs can leverage BDC’s new matching program to extend runway to Canadian startups.

More dates/topics to be announced soon!


C100 launched our newest membership program at the end of 2019 and we’ve had incredible Canadians join us in that time. We’ve hosted over 6 members-only dinners and gatherings since then in addition to our largest event of the year: Growth Summit.

Membership to C100 is one of the ways you can get more plugged into the Canadian eco-system. We offer programming, events and special networking opportunities.

C100 members form the preeminent, global community of Canadian entrepreneurs, investors, and exceptional leaders at technology companies who are focused on supporting the growth of other Canadian entrepreneurial leaders.

Members benefit from learning from fellow members, and enjoy unique opportunities for personal and professional development. C100 is committed to supporting its members through a rich program of high-value events and building meaningful connections with our global network of exceptional Canadians in tech.




C100 is the preeminent global community of Canadians in tech, a mission-driven network committed to supporting, inspiring, and connecting the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders. C100 and its members – individual and corporate – support Canadian-led technology businesses and their leaders through mentorship, investment, partnership, and talent.

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