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Announcing: C100’s 2021 Fellows Cohort!

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


Hi Michael,

Here it is! The moment you’ve been waiting for…. meet the C100 Fellows 2021 Cohort!

We are proud to announce the founders who will make up this inaugural cohort of C100 Fellows in 2021 and will also be joining us (virtually) at 48Hrs in May 2021.

There are a number of reasons we are excited for you all to get to know these entrepreneurs. Despite moving the program online, C100 saw more demand than ever before for the program, with 355 Nominations, a 75% from the year before, and over 202 applications, a 55% increase. We are also thrilled to see that this cohort has the highest representation of female founders than ever before, making up one-third of the class.

We implore you, as a community at large, to join us by celebrating this news and supporting these ambitious Canadian entrepreneurs through mentorship, investment and partnership. 

“We’ve had a lot of awesome companies come through our Fellows program in the past, but this year may just be the best one yet!”

– Andre Charoo, C100’s Co-Chair and Founder & General Partner of Maple VC

This January, C100 Fellows was launched as a significant reboot and expansion of C100’s longstanding flagship event, 48Hrs in the Valley (now called “48Hrs”). The C100 Fellowship expands the founder experience from that of a 2-day event to that of an 8-month long program involving mentorship with growth-stage founders and expert operators from the C100 community, and peer networking across ecosystems and industries.

Click below to read more about the 21 exceptional Canadian-led early-stage companies that make up the 2021 C100 Fellows Cohort!

48HRS, BUT MAKE IT “OUT OF THE VALLEY”

The 48Hrs in the Valley event will now be called “48Hrs” and will serve as the kick-off to the 2021 Fellowship. The removal of “the Valley” is intentional. It marks not only the reality that the C100 will once again gather virtually in 2021, but it is also in recognition of our belief that exceptional Canadian talent and technology is everywhere.

With over 40% of C100’s members now located in tech hubs outside of Silicon Valley, we feel this reinforces the diversity and vibrancy of our network of mentors, talent, founders and investors contributing to the Fellowship.

48Hrs takes place May 19-20 and is a members-exclusive event. Not a Member? Apply today!

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Consider deepening your engagement with C100 as a Member.

C100 Members are entrepreneurs, investors, and operators in the technology field, with a special focus on Canadians living abroad who wish to connect with one another and to give back to Canada’s ecosystem. They enjoy high-value, intimate virtual events, a Members-only C100 Slack space, and exclusive Member communications. All prospective Members must have their application sponsored by at least one active C100 Member.

C100’s mission is to support, inspire, and connect the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders through mentorship, investment, partnership, & talent. Apply to join as a member today!

Thank You to Our Partners

Foundational Partners

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Three Canadian Expats You Should Know | Coming up: C100 Summit

A newsletter from one of our fellow Canadian organizations in the Bay Area.


Thursday 3.4.2021

Hi,

We are thrilled to announce that the C100 received more nominations than ever before for the C100 Fellows program (f/k/a 48Hrs in the Valley), with a 73% increase from the prior year! Mark your calendars for this cohort announcement on March 31. In the meantime, we are preparing for the C100 Summit, a members-only event, taking place from March 22 – 25.

Last month, C100’s Co-Chair Andre Charoo (Founder & Managing Partner at Maple VC), interviewed three great Canadian ex-pats living south of the border; Andrew Linsday (HubSpot), Justina Omokhua (Endeavor) and Sean Green (ARTERNAL). Continue reading to hear from these exceptional leaders.

Prospect.fyi in partnership with BDC Capital, a C100 Foundational Partner, has launched their latest report on the state of talent in Q4 2020.

Lastly, we share the news, announcements and events happening throughout the C100 Community and Canadian tech landscape.

Wishing you all the best,
The C100

CANADIANS YOU SHOULD KNOW:
THREE CANADIAN EXPATS MAKING AN IMPACT ON BLACK REPRESENTATION IN THE TECH INDUSTRY

Andre Charoo, C100’s Co-Chair and Founder & Managing Partner at Maple VC, sat down with three exceptional Black Canadian tech leaders living in the United States to share their personal and professional experiences on both sides of the border and how they are helping raise participation rates for Black talent in tech.

Click below to hear from:

  • Andrew Lindsay, SVP of Corporate and Business Development at HubSpot
  • Justina Omokhua, SVP of Brand Marketing at Endeavor and Former Global Head of Content & Lifestyle Strategy at Apple
  • Sean Green, Founder & CEO at ARTERNAL CRM

We’re also shedding light on a few Canadian-led programs that are working to raise these numbers and create generational impact on Black entrepreneurship and representation in tech.

MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE EVENT

Throughout 2021, C100 Summits will bring together our members, the preeminent global community of Canadian leaders & entrepreneurs to inspire one another, build long-lasting connections with fellow Canadian leaders and galvanize a community of unofficial Canadian ambassadors to the world.

Participants will hear from both prominent and under-amplified Canadians leading world-changing companies and those motivated to solve generational problems.

APPLY NOW:
BUSINESS REPORT WRITER & COMMUNICATIONS  EXPERT

HELP C100 DEVELOP A HIGH-IMPACT REPORT FOR PUBLICATION SPRING 2021

The C100 is seeking a contract-based professional writer to author a report summarizing insights coming out of its Summit, held on March 22-25. The specific role is best for an experienced writer of business reports & white papers, and a communications expert.

If interested, please email connect@thec100.org with at least one sample of prior work and your interest in the Canadian technology sector.

REPORT FROM PROSPECT.FYI X BDC CAPITAL

Prospect and BDC Capital (a C100 Foundational Partner), have recently released “The State of Talent: Q4 2020: Data-driven insights to help you understand how the talent landscape is evolving in Canada’s innovation economy”.

The report is an exclusive look at insights on employment trends, remote work and more during COVID-19, and what employment trends we are seeing for 2021. ​

CANADIAN TECH NEWS

🎉 Mark Carney, former Governor of the Bank of Canada and the Bank of England, has joined Stripe’s board of directors. We can’t wait to see the impact yet another great Canadian in tech will make!

🤝 Toronto-based fintech Borrowell, led by Andrew Graham and Eva Wong (both C100 Members), on completing its latest acquisition of RefreshCanada and raising $25 million!

₿ Canada is home to the world’s first publicly traded #Bitcoin ETF (BTCC) and has now launched a second (EBIT)! RocketFlag of Canada Both are listed on the TSX and BTCC got off to a stellar start, with investors exchanging more than $260-million shares on Day 1.

👨🏿‍💻 The Government of Ontario announces $1.2M in support of Ryerson’s DMZ (a C100 Corporate Member) Black Innovation Programs (BIP) with funds primarily supporting the Black Innovation Launchpad, a free virtual skills development platform supporting aspiring Black founders of all ages. In our latest content, DMZ Executive Director Abdullah Snobar, shares more about the importance and future of BIP.

🤝 Boreal Ventures has launched a new venture capital fund in partnership with Centech, a C100 Corporate Member, aimed at investing in Québec-based startups at the pre-seed and seed stages.

👨🏿‍💻 BPTN and RBC Future Launch partner to create the largest pipeline of Black early-career Black tech talent in Canadian history through a three-year $4.5M commitment from RBC Future Launch. RBC is a proud C100 Foundational Partner.

🎙️ RBC’s latest Disruptors Podcast episode, Tech’s next Frontier: Walking the Talk on DiversityJohn Stackhouse interviews Dax Dasilva, Founder and CEO of Montreal-based Lightspeed POS (and C100 Charter Member), and Michael Carter, Global Head of Technology Investment Banking at RBC Capital Markets, to discuss the push for positive change.

📅 Fasken, a C100 Corporate Member, is hosting a free virtual event on March 29th focused on the future of open banking in Canada with Sen. Colin Deacon, Ben Harrison (Portag3), Peggy Van de Plassche (Roar) and Kate Grant (Fasken).

🎉 Toronto-based fintech Clearbanc, led by Co-Founder & CEO Andrew D’Souza (C100 Charter Member) and Co-Founder & President Michelle Romanow (C100 Member), has announced the public beta of ClearAngel, the world’s first automated angel investor, and intends to lend $100 million through the investment vehicle.

🤝 Smart home gym Tonal, led by Co-Founder & CEO Aly Orady (C100 Charter Member), has announced a partnership with Nordstrom to showcase Tonal products in over 40 retail locations.

🇨🇦 The Business Council of Canada sent a letter to Prime Minister Trudeau and the Premiers, calling on a national push to vaccinate and test Canadians for COVID-19.

🎉 Calgary-based software company Symend (48Hrs Alumnus), led by Co-Founder & CEO Hanif Joshanghani and Co-Founder & CMO Tiffany Kaminsky, has raised US$43-million in their latest round led by Inovia Capital.

📝 Espresso Capital, a C100 Corporate Member, has released their latest thought leadership piece on growth efficiency metrics and the key role they play when lenders are evaluating a SaaS business.

▶️ ICYMI: SVB Canada, a C100 Corporate Member, hosted a virtual event discussing their latest report on its Q1 State of the Markets in Canada report. Watch the full discussion featuring Andre Charoo (C100 Co-Chair and Founder at Maple VC), Graeme Millen (Director of Technology Banking at SVB Canada) and Andrew Pardo, Senior Research Associate at SVB.

🎉 People.ai, led by Founder & CEO Oleg Rogynskyy (C100 Charter Member), has announced 245% YoY customer growth, serving major brands such as Verizon Connect, Okta, and Zoom.

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Consider deepening your engagement with C100 as a Member.

C100 Members are entrepreneurs, investors, and operators in the technology field, with a special focus on Canadians living abroad who wish to connect with one another and to give back to Canada’s ecosystem. They enjoy high-value, intimate virtual events, a Members-only C100 Slack space, and exclusive Member communications. All prospective Members must have their application sponsored by at least one active C100 Member.

C100’s mission is to support, inspire, and connect the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders through mentorship, investment, partnership, & talent. Apply to join as a member today!

Thank You to Our Partners

Foundational Partners

Corporate Partners

Celebrating Black History Month | 48Hrs Alumni Share Their Mentorship Insights | BDC Report on the Canadian Technology Industry

A newsletter from one of our fellow Canadian organizations in the Bay Area.


Thursday 2.4.2021

C100 CELEBRATES: BLACK HISTORY MONTH

This month, C100 will be spotlighting great Canadians in tech that are a part of the Black Community. Below are just a few resources created by C100’s valued Partner Community.

Black Canadians have some of the lowest participation rates in tech among all racial groups. Created by Phil G. Joseph and supported by Real Ventures, a C100 Corporate Partner, Rep Matters is an interview series that highlights Black entrepreneurs and investors in the Canadian tech ecosystem (including C100 Co-Chair Andre Charoo), with the goal of being a catalyst for increased Black participation and representation in this space.

We invite you to join them on their mission of building a more diverse and equitable tech ecosystem by following Rep Matters on LinkedinTwitterInstagram and/or Facebook. For any further information, email info@repmatters.tech

ICYMI, Disruptors is an ongoing podcast series brought to you by RBC, a C100 Foundational Partner, and hosted by SVP John Stackhouse about reimagining Canada’s economy in a time of unprecedented change.

In this episode, Why Are There so Few Black Entrepreneurs in Canadian Tech, John Stackhouse interviews Abdullah Snobar, Executive Director of Ryerson DMZ, and Isaac Olowalafe Jr., a Toronto real estate investor and founding partner of the DMZ’s Black Innovation Programs. These programs are designed to support Black entrepreneurs, from developing key skills to accelerating growth-stage companies. Listen to this episode here and continue reading to learn more about the DMZ’s Black Innovation Programs.

Ryerson DMZ’s Black Innovation Programs (BIP) provide startups led by Black entrepreneurs with the strengthening support of a top university-based incubator network, as well as additional programming, mentorship, events, and connections to industry, capital, and an alumni network to support their success and growth. This consists of three core programs:

  • Launchpad – a free skills development platform that helps aspiring founders develop the knowledge and skills needed to kickstart the entrepreneurial journey.
  • Bootcamp – a free six-week Bootcamp that helps early-stage founders validate their business idea, create a minimum viable product and build a roadmap for implementation.
  • Fellowship – an 18-month incubator program that helps startups improve their minimum viable product, test and refine their go-to-market strategies, build a powerful team and develop a winning sales strategy.

Learn more about these programs on the Black Innovators Program website. The Bootcamp and Fellowship cohorts are about to kick off, but keep your eye out for the next round of recruitment by following the DMZ on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook.

48HRS ALUMNI: THE IMPORTANCE OF MENTORSHIP

C100 saw a record number of nominated founders for the C100 Fellows mentorship program (f/k/a 48Hrs in the Valley), with a 73% increase in nominations from the year before!

Mentorship is a vital part of an entrepreneur’s journey. The following four founders, and 48Hrs alumni, shared their words of wisdom on what makes for a great mentorship experience:

  • Ali Asaria, Founder & CEO of Tulip Retail
  • Eva Wong, Co-Founder & COO of Borrowell
  • Sam Pillar, Co-Founder & CEO of Jobber
  • Noura Sakkijha, Co-Founder & CEO of Mejuri

A reminder to all nominated founders, applications to C100’s Fellows Program are due THIS Friday, February 5th

WESTERN PRESENTS: ENTPRENREURSHIP & INNOVATION

Calling all entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs, Western University, a Corporate Partner of C100, is hosting an online event featuring some familiar, friendly faces from the C100 Charter Membership Community. These Canadian tech leaders will share their personal journeys and entrepreneurial experiences, from founding to scaling their businesses. Featured panelists are:

  • Chris Albinson (C100 Co-Founder and Charter Member), Founder & Managing Director of Breakaway Growth
  • Sukhinder Singh Cassidy (C100 Charter Member)Founder & CEO of the theBoardlist
  • Patrick Spence (C100 Charter Member), CEO of Sonos
  • Kristina Klaussen (C100 Charter Member Alumna) Founder & CEO of PandaTree.com
  • Eric Morse, Executive Director of Pierre L. Morrissette Institute for Entrepreneurship

BDC REPORT: TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY OUTLOOK

The Business Development of Canada (BDC), a C100 Foundational Partner, has released its latest report on the technology industry in Canada. A few key insights from this report include:

  • Between 2010 and 2019, the Canadian tech sector experienced 4.3% industry annual growth, a rate more than twice that of the Canadian economy, and over nine years has experienced 35% job growth, triple that of all other industries. In 2019, the tech industry contributed $57B to Canada’s GDP.
  • In 2020, as businesses transitioned to remote work, 97% of the tech workforce retained their jobs throughout the pandemic.
  • While the pandemic caused a 3% output decline to mid-2020, the tech sector had already recovered to pre-pandemic levels by the fall of 2020 and is expected to grow by 5.3% in 2021 and 17.4% by 2025.
  • 40% of Canadian businesses intend to significantly increase investment in technologies over the next three years.

CANADIAN TECH NEWS

🔬Canada has signed a tentative deal with US-vaccine maker Novavax to produce its vaccine in a Montreal-based facility. Conditional on public health approvals, it’s estimated that this vaccine would be ready for distribution in Fall 2021.

📰General Partner at Luge Capital, Karim Gillani (C100 Charter Member) authored a piece for BetaKit on why 2021 will be an exciting year for the FinTech sector and his predictions.

🛒 After Amazon reported a third-consecutive record profit and topping US$100-billioon in quarterly sales for the first time, Jeff Bezos announced that he will be stepping down as Amazon’s CEO this summer, becoming its Executive Chairman. Bezos also shared that this is an opportunity to focus on other initiatives including the Day 1 Project, the Bezos Earth Fund, Blue Origin, The Washington Post and more.

🤝 Acrew Capital, led by founding partner Theresia Gouw, has announced a new Diversity Capital Fund dedicated to increasing diverse equity into the cap table. Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, Founder & Chairman at theBoardList (and C100 Charter Member) has joined as a founding partner of this fund, which targets LPs from underrepresented backgrounds and will invest in growth-stage businesses on the road to IPO.

🤝 Toronto-based Top Hat raised a US$130-million investment from Georgian and announced that founder Mike Silagadze (C100 Member) will step down as CEO. Earlier this year, Top Hat has closed its third acquisition within a year with its most recent purchase of Dallas-based Fountainhead Press. Early investor, Founder and General Partner Version One Ventures and Boris Wertz (C00 Charter Member) shared his thoughts on the consolidation play.

📱Chances are, GameStop has come across your newsfeed quite a bit last week. Wealthsimple has landed the number one spot in the Canadian Apple App Store. While the app’s popularity was already on the rise, this comes amidst a trading frenzy courtesy of the Wall Street Bets Reddit community.

🔬 Following a big year for Canadian biotech, RBC (a C100 Foundational Partner) has made an undisclosed investment with Toronto-based Lumira Ventures, Canada’s largest life science venture capital fund in two decades.

🚀Montreal-based businessman and philanthropist Mark Pathy will be the only Canadian on a four-man trip to the International Space Station in a privately chartered flight in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. Mr. Pathy will become the 11th Canadian to travel to space and the second Canadian to do so as a private citizen.

♀️Shopify and Technovation have expanded their partnership with a shared mission to foster the next generation of women in technology and entrepreneurship. While they will continue to support young womxn in Canada, this partnership will engage more than 2,000 new participants from the United States, Ireland, Germany and Brazil.

💪 Business Insider shined the spotlight on Tonal speaking with Founder and CEO Aly Orady (C100 Charter Member) and how sales grew eightfold over the course of 2020.

☁️ mCloud Technologies Cord., led by Co-Founder and CEO Russ McMeekin (C100 Charter Member), has closed the third tranche of its private placement offering and has announced that mCloud will be relocating its corporate headquarters to Calgary.

📰 With a new administration, we may see rolled back restrictions that had been previously placed on H-1B visas for foreign workers in the US. Arif Janmohamed (C100 Charter Member) was quoted in this article covered by the Wall Street Journal.

🛒 Toronto-based Clearbanc’s Co-Founder and CEO Andrew D’Souza (C100 Charter Member) spoke to Forbes on how 2020 accelerated the future of e-commerce and what that means for 2021.

🎉Toronto-based enterprise software company Tealbook (C100 48Hrs Alumnus), led by Founder and CEO Stephany Lapierre, has raised US$14.4-million in venture financing, led by RTP Global.

🎉 Great Places to Work has announced the 2020 list of Best Workplaces for Start-Ups in Canada featuring some companies familiar to the C100 Community including ten(!) 48Hrs Alumni; BenchSci (Liran Belenzon); BlueDot Inc. (Kamran Khan); CareGuide (John Philip Green); CrowdRiff (Dan Holowack); FundThrough Inc. (Steven Uster); KOHO Financial (Daniel Eberhard); Medchart (James Bateman); Opencare (Nikolai Bratkovski); PartnerStack (Bryn Jones); and PostBeyond Inc. (Ivan Tsarynny).

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Consider deepening your engagement with C100 as a Member.

C100 Members are entrepreneurs, investors, and operators in the technology field, with a special focus on Canadians living abroad who wish to connect with one another and to give back to Canada’s ecosystem. They enjoy high-value, intimate virtual events, a Members-only C100 Slack space, and exclusive Member communications. All prospective Members must have their application sponsored by at least one active C100 Member.

C100’s mission is to support, inspire, and connect the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders through mentorship, investment, partnership, & talent. Apply to join as a member today!

Thank You to Our Partners

Foundational Partners

Corporate Partners

Final call for C100 Fellows!

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Wednesday 1.20.2020

WANT TO JOIN THE C100 FELLOWS CLASS? KNOW AN AMAZING FOUNDER WHO SHOULD BE NOMINATED?

We’re looking for 20 exceptional early-stage founders to make up our cohort at 48Hrs through our inaugural C100 Fellows mentorship program.

MembersCharter Members48Hrs Alumni and Partners are all eligible to nominate founders. Please reach out to any of these individuals for nomination requests and please don’t hesitate to contact our team for any questions.

Nominations will be open until 5pm PT on Friday, January 22nd.  Founders will be notified once they are nominated and have until 5PM on Friday, February 5th to complete their applications. Click to learn more about the Fellows Program.

INITIATIVES FOR BLACK FOUNDERS

Black Canadians have some of the lowest participation rates in tech among all racial groups. Created by Phil G. Joseph and supported by Real Ventures, a proud C100 Corporate Partner, Rep Matters is an interview series that highlights Black entrepreneurs and investors in the Canadian tech ecosystem (including C100 Co-Chair Andre Charoo), with the goal of being a catalyst for increased Black participation and representation in this space.

We invite you to join them on their mission of building a more diverse and equitable tech ecosystem by following Rep Matters on LinkedinTwitterInstagram and/or Facebook. For any further information, email info@repmatters.tech

Attention Black Entrepreneurs! Applications are open for Ryerson DMZ’s Black Innovation Bootcamp, a free 6 week program designed to support very early-stage Black tech founders around the world. The goal? Help founders validate their business ideas and market opportunities, as well as build their first prototype and MVP.

Apply by January 28th for the chance to join this cohort. The DMZ is a proud C100 Corporate Partner.

WELCOMING OUR NEWEST CORPORATE PARTNERS

C100’s Corporate Partners are far-seeing organizations that support C100’s high-impact program for the advancement of the Canadian technology ecosystem, benefiting from participation and high-touch interactions with our multi-city Canadian tech community.

A very warm welcome to our newest Corporate Partners:

  • Golden Ventures is a leading seed-stage venture capital fund, based in Toronto and investing across North America. Their portfolio includes Wattpad, Skip the Dishes, Top Hat and Ritual.
  • Toronto Global is a not-for-profit investment attraction agency that supports the expansion of foreign-owned businesses in the Toronto Region, connecting investors with the right opportunities that will facilitate the successful growth of their business.
  • Centech is a world-class business incubator, based in Montreal, dedicated to high-tech (deeptech) companies with high growth potential. Centech is a non-profit organization open to everyone and offers two support programs for startups: the Accelerator Program (12 weeks) and the Propulsion program (24 months).

CANADIAN TECH NEWS

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Consider deepening your engagement with C100 as a Member.

C100 Members are entrepreneurs, investors, and operators in the technology field, with a special focus on Canadians living abroad who wish to connect with one another and to give back to Canada’s ecosystem. They enjoy high-value, intimate virtual events, a Members-only C100 Slack space, and exclusive Member communications. All prospective Members must have their application sponsored by at least one active C100 Member.

C100’s mission is to support, inspire, and connect the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders through mentorship, investment, partnership, & talent. Apply to join as a member today!

Thank You to Our Partners

Foundational Partners

Corporate Partners

Nominations open for the 2021 Fellows Cohort | Supercharging Canadian Immigration (Op-Ed)

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Wednesday 12.9.2020

The day you’ve been waiting for is here….
C100 Fellows nominations have officially opened!

We’re looking for 20 talented early-stage startup founders to make up our inaugural cohort of C100 Fellows and take part in our signature 48Hrs in the Valley Program.

Hi Michael,

Starting in March, C100 Fellows will:

  • Engage in months of mentorship, peer-to-peer networking and thought leadership and guidance from leading growth-stage founders, corporate leaders and expert operators
  • Participate in our signature 48Hrs in the Valley event in May 2021
  • Access to C100 Membership for 2021, including all C100 Member benefits

“Ideal” founders for this program are:

  • Exceptional entrepreneurs leading a pre-Series A technology startup in any sector
  • Canadian, based anywhere, or a newcomer to Canada leading a startup headquartered anywhere in Canada
  • Leading companies with demonstrated traction in their industry

C100 Charter MembersMembersCorporate Partners and 48Hrs Alumni are eligible to nominate founders to become a C100 Fellow.

Nominations will be open until 5pm PT on Friday, January 22nd.  Founders will be notified once they are nominated and have until 5PM on Friday, February 5th to complete their applications. Click to learn more about the Fellows Program.

MEET LAST YEAR’S FOUNDERS

Get to know even more about the remarkable founders and companies from last year’s cohort!

Watch their “Meet the Founders” virtual sessions, now published on our YouTube Channel, led by outstanding Canadian leaders and C100 Members.

TOPIC OF CONVERSATION:  CANADIAN IMMIGRATION

In December, C100 had the opportunity to co-organize a roundtable with Canadian Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino.

Chris Albinson, C100’s co-founder and Managing Director of Breakaway Growth, recently published an op-ed to Canada on how it can win the world’s talent.

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MLAB PRESENTS: WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP LAB

The Magnetic Leadership Lab (MLab) is Leadership Accelerator for women professionals looking to level up their leadership skills, network and community.

Led by Executive & Leadership Coach and C100’s Co-Chair, Shari Hatch Jones, MLab is a curated program for rising leaders. The winter cohort kicks off on January 21st.

CANADIAN TECH NEWS

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Interested in giving back to the community?
Consider deepening your engagement with C100 as a Member.

C100 Members are entrepreneurs, investors, and operators in the technology field, with a special focus on Canadians living abroad who wish to connect with one another and to give back to Canada’s ecosystem. They enjoy high-value, intimate virtual events, a Members-only C100 Slack space, and exclusive Member communications. All prospective Members must have their application sponsored by at least one active C100 Member.

C100’s mission is to support, inspire, and connect the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders through mentorship, investment, partnership, & talent. Apply to join as a member today!

Thank You to Our Partners

Foundational Partners

Corporate Partners