πŸš€ Nominations to be a C100 Fellow are open!

An item from one of our fellow Canadian organizations in the Bay Area.


The day is finally here! Nominations are officially open for the rising Canadian founders in your network. C100 is looking for founders of some of the most promising, early-stage technology startups to take part in its signature mentorship program, C100 Fellows.

BENEFITS OF BEING A C100 FELLOW

πŸŽ‰  Kick-off their Fellows experience at C100’s flagship event, 48Hrs, for two days of intensive mentorship and networking within the C100 Membership community.

πŸš€ Be paired with a hand-selected group of mentors made up of leading growth-stage founders and expert operators.

🀝 Build long-lasting relationships with fellow founders in the cohort through a series of founder forums.

πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Enjoy all the benefits of a C100 Membership throughout the Fellowship and more! Learn more about the Fellowship program here.

HOW CAN YOU OR THE FOUNDERS IN YOUR NETWORK BE NOMINATED?

All active C100 MembersPartners, and Alumni are eligible to nominate founders. We encourage you to see who you know from the C100 Membership community that will put your name forward (a private link has been shared with them). Learn more here.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FELLOW PROGRAM HERE AND AT THE INFORMATION SESSION, LIVE, ON DECEMBER 8TH.

HEAR FROM SOME OF THIS YEAR’S COHORT

THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS

FOUNDATIONAL PARTNERS

CORPORATE PARTNERS

GROW TOGETHER!
JOIN THE C100 AS A MEMBER

Join our talented community of builders connecting around the world to advance Canadian founders & leaders in tech.

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