Who's going to the C100's 48 Hours in the Valley in December?

by Rob Lewis | Startups

The C100's 48 Hours in the Valley returns next month and they have selected the Canadian startups that will be participating.

The C100 flagship mentorship program is put on in conjunction with the Canadian Consulate of San Francisco and Palo Alto. Twice a year they invite 20 of Canada's most promising startups to the Silicon Valley for two days of mentorship, workshops, investor meetings, strategic partner visits and networking.

48 Hours in the Valley takes place Decemeber 5-7th and this edition will feature two seperate streams: a IT Stream and a CleanTech Stream. Here are the companies that have been selected:


  1. gShift Labs
  2. Futurestate IT, Toronto
  3. Fabric Engine Inc.
  4. TribeHR, Waterloo
  5. eProf
  6. Symtext
  7. Storypanda Enterprises, Vancouver
  8. Digido Interactive
  9. GoInstant, Halifax
  10. Winston, Toronto
  11. NodeFly Systems, Vancouver
  12. Moby, Vancouver
  13. Context.IO, Montreal
  14. Recoset, Toronto
  15. Kudos, Calgary
  16. Massive Damage, Toronto
  17. Caristix
  18. Addictive Mobility, Toronto
  19. Maide, Toronto


  1. Awesense, Kelowna
  2. REV Technologies, Vancouver
  3. Cooledge Lighting
  4. WatrHub
  5. Vive Nano
San Francisco, California, United States

C100 is a non-profit, member-driven organization dedicated to supporting Canadian technology entrepreneurship and investment. C100 is comprised of a select group of Canadians based primarily in Silicon Valley, including executives of leading technology companies, experienced startup entrepreneurs and venture capital investors. C100 members are passionate about leveraging their collective... more

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Rob Lewis

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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

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