circles: connection
through shared journeys

Connect with other tech leaders based on shared interests or careers. Circles are small, peer-facilitated mentorship groups that meet virtually on a regular basis.

Supporting each other as global leaders

Intimate groups

Leaders meet in small groups of 5-6 Members. Circles will meet around a common life experience, role or affinity.

Global accessibility

Meeting virtually means that Members can connect easily with other high-impact leaders wherever they are through ongoing relationship-building.

Consistent connection

Circles commit to meet monthly or every 6 weeks online to share milestones, obstacles and goals for meaningful support from peers.


Meet your people

If you are a Canadian leader building or leading a technology company, there is likely a Circle for you. Get a glimpse into a few of the many Circles C100 Members are holding right now. We’re growing the Circles program, and more great Circles are on the way.

CEO Circles

Seed Stage
Post Series A
Post Series B

Women's Circles

New Leaders
Executive Women

CTO Circles

CTO & Technical Founders
Product Team Leads
Engineering Team Leads

CRO Circles

Topline Leaders
Revenue Growth

COO Circles

Emerging VCs & Funds Managers

Emerging Angel Investors

Founders With Small Kids

Black Canadians In America

your own
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Contact the C100 team.

The circle has been hugely valuable. It's given me the opportunity to have high value conversations with other peer CEOs who are facing similar challenges and opportunities to ones we come across. It's amazing to have the chance to learn from others and have a space where you can share what's going on and also help contribute to others at the same time. Our moderator has also been incredible. He's someone who's operated companies much larger than any of us and his insights and advice have been invaluable. It's honestly one of the things I look forward to the most and I feel privileged to be able to participate. I'd highly recommend it.

Aydin Mazarhee
CEO, Fellow