New Ventures BC Competition gets regional

Posted by Rob Lewis

Attention technology startups located outside metro Vancouver.

The folks behind the New Ventures BC Competition have created a new regional competition tagged the BCIC-New Ventures Competition: Regional (BCIC-NVC: Regional) and it's open to technology companies located outside Metro Vancouver.

BCIC-NVC: Regional promises the same valuable networking and learning opportunities of the main province-wide competition, only on a smaller scale.

“This new competition will provide an excellent opportunity for participants to take advantage of education and mentorship designed for a companies outside Metro Vancouver,” says BCIC New Ventures Competition Executive Director, Bob de Wit.

BCIC is the title sponsor and lead partner for the competition. “I highly encourage technology companies in the regions to take advantage of this extraordinary learning opportunity, even utilizing it as a lead-in to entering the larger province-wide BCIC New Ventures Competition in 2011, which offers $300,000 in prizes,” says Dean Rockwell, CEO of BCIC and Board Member for the BCIC New Ventures Competition

BCIC-NVC: Regional offers $60,000 in prizing, including the $30,000 BCIC First Prize, $20,000 BCIC Second Prize and $10,000 BCIC Third Prize. The competition is open to any BC person, resident or business located outside of Metro Vancouver with a technology-focused idea that has not yet secured significant financing from external investors (i.e. investors other than friends, family and company founders).

Program seminars will take place in Kelowna and Victoria beginning October 5th. Applications are being accepted until Monday, October 18th.

Company:
New Ventures BC Society
Website:
http://www.newventuresbc.com/
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Turn your idea into a profitable company by entering the New Ventures BC competition. A "new venture" is a business idea that is economically viable, but has not yet secured significant financing from "outside investors" (ie. investors other than friends, family, and company founders). It must be an innovative product or service involving a new technology. The competition will give you the opportunity to: Join... more


Related Articles


blog comments powered by Disqus

Rob Lewis

Rob Lewis

Rob is the President of Techvibes Media and Editor-in-Chief of Techvibes.com.  His diverse background includes stints in International Trade Finance, Web Development, and Enterprise Software and he is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and Simon Fraser University. When not running Canada's leading technology media property, Rob can be... more



Who's Hiring



Recent Comments

Powered by Disqus