C100 is a non-profit, member-driven organization that supports Canadian technology entrepreneurship through mentorship, partnership and investment. Twice a year, they invite 20 of Canada's most promising startups to Silicon Valley for two days of mentorship, workshops, investor meetings, strategic partner visits and networking. Of the 225 organizations who applied to be part of this event, two Ottawa companies, Privacy Analytics Inc. and 360pi, were fortunate enough to be selected.
Congratulations to our clients 360pi, Crowdbase, Picatic E-Ticket, and Sweet IQ, who were chosen to attend this exclusive event.
360pi is a leading provider of retail price intelligence solutions that enables retailers to make better, faster, and smarter pricing decisions by providing actionable insights into their competitor's prices and product mix.
Crowdbase reinvents how businesses capture, organize, and improve team knowledge by allowing teams to easily share questions, answers, notes, and Web links in a private social network.
Picatic offers a crowdfunding platform for events that eliminates the financial risk for event organizers and promoters.
Sweet IQ is a location-based marketing SaaS that provides powerful analytics and recommendations for brick and mortar chains, franchises and agencies.
We also commend the other startups BigRoad, BlueBat Games, Hammerati, I Think Security, In the Chat Communications, InGamer Fantasy, Livelenz, ooomf, Payroll Hero, SiteScout, Tagga, Tapstream, Uberflip, ViralNinjas, and Voices.com, who will be vying for funding during their time in California.
48 Hours in the Valley is all about making connections. As one of the C100 funding partners, Debbie and Mark are attending this event to support firm clients and other attendees, while assisting them to build the types of relationship and strategic focus that will help them in growing their businesses.
LaBarge Weinstein LLP is a business law firm that has been successfully operating for 15 years. The firm has assisted companies and investors in closing hundreds of millions of dollars in financing transactions during the past 18 months. During the same period, they have acted for vendors and purchasers on more than $2 billion in technology M&A deals, including PostRank’s sale to Google, Radian6’s sale to Salesforce.com, Protus’ sale to J2 Global, and Tungle’s sale to RIM.