C100 Profile FAQs
A C100 profile is a living profile of you, your team and your company. This profile is your starting point to connecting to the C100. This is your way to say “hey! C100 - this is how awesome we are and how we are building a big, huge, amazing, successful company....and we need your help!” C100 Charter Members will have a look and let you know if we can help by inviting you to take part in one of our programs. Once you have been chosen, your company will be featured on our Companies page.
- About me
- About my company (it's here that you can add your team members so they can get in on the profile making action)
- A C100 profile is also the new way to apply for 48hrs in the Valley - once we announce the dates for the next edition, just complete the application and let us know on your profile that you are interested and we will consider you. Don’t make it on the first try? That’s okay! (it’s pretty competitive). Your profile will remain intact. Just make any necessary updates before the following edition of 48hrs and press submit again.
- C100 Charter Members will also have a look at any application that is complete regardless if there is a 48hrs around the corner. Through these periodic reviews we will let you know if we can help you out through one-on-one mentorship or include you in the CEO Tech Forum. (Please allow 4 weeks for a response.)
Today! You can even start your profile, save and come back to it before submitting it for C100 application.
When should I submit a full profile and application?
But one word of advice...There are many great resources for early-stage startups in Canada and we encourage you to go after those before you connect with us. You will need your community to vouch for you - we ask that each company provide a referral name*. We will check with them to hear what you are all about.
* Who can be a referral? A C100 Charter Member, a C100 Partner, a 48hrs or CEO TechForum alumni or someone that is known to the C100 Board.
What is the CTA?
Are you ready for some serious immersion in the Valley? Let us know that you are interested in The Canadian Consulate Canadian Technology Accelerator program and we’ll let the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco and Silicon Valley know if we think you are the real deal.