22 Canadian Startups are Headed to Silicon Valley for 48 Hours of Intensity

After weeks of evaluating 200 startup nominations from partners and ambassadors, C100 has selected 22 companies for its next 48Hrs in the Valley cohort in December in San Francisco.

C100’s says this is its most diverse cohort yet, representing industries from artificial intelligence and financial technology among others.

Collectively, these startups have already raised over $55 million in private funding to date.

“This cohort is yet another indication of the increasing quality of the Canadian startup ecosystem,” said Terry Doyle, C100 Co-Chair. “As such, we believe that it will be able to take advantage of the substantial value of the C100 network.”


Here are the companies:

  • Aimsio
  • AlayaCare
  • Blue J Legal
  • ChallengeU
  • Dozr
  • Eigen Innovations
  • FlashStock
  • Foursixty
  • GradeSlam
  • Hubdoc
  • Ideal
  • Instant Financial
  • Jiffy
  • Mavencare
  • MindBridge Analytics
  • Nudge Rewards
  • Pressboard
  • Sampler
  • Sweet Tooth
  • tealbook
  • Zighra

48Hrs in the Valley is C100’s program for mentoring, connecting and inspiring Canada’s promising startup entrepreneurs. The program will take place on December 5th through 7th in San Francisco. C100 is a volunteer, nonprofit association of successful Canadians based in the Bay Area.