Canadian Consulate in Silicon Valley Announces Call for Applications for CTA Program

The Consulate General of Canada has just announced a new call for applications for their Canadian Technology Accelerator program in Silicon Valley from April 1 to June 30.

If you’re unfamiliar, the CTA program was started to help Canadian ICT and social media companies to grow at a global scale by providing them with access to investors, mentors, and customers. You can learn more about the experiences of the companies in the current cohort in this Techvibes article penned by's David Ciccarelli.

Ideal candidates are product-ready startups in a high-growth market that have a clear vision and value proposition, a demonstrated proof of traction, and are looking to get to the next level—such as ShopLocket, Learndot, and Hammerati.

The selected companies will be provided with office space at the Plug and Play Tech Center or Rocket Space, introductions to experienced mentors and advisors, access to industry leaders and talent, and networking events with strategic partners and investors.

Apply before February 15 here.

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