Canada's Tech Network is where hubs help hubs, so hubs can help tech companies grow.
Established in 2009, Canada’s Tech Network started as a grassroots effort to do something no one else was – connecting tech ecosystems across the country. Now we connect 27 leading innovation hubs from St. John’s to Vancouver and Whitehorse. Each hub is the backbone organization in its regional ecosystem.
They provide entrepreneurs and small- to mid-sized tech companies with co-working space, mentorship, training, peer learning, exposure to funding/venture capital and more, while accelerating their ability to sell into international markets.
WHAT WE'VE DONE
Canada’s Tech Network by the numbers:
Canadian companies expand internationally.
international markets reached.
million in new revenue generated.
million in investment opportunities.
Canada’s Tech Network is a peer network – and it’s a heavy hitter. Why? Because we collaborate. We do what it takes to help Canada’s entrepreneurs succeed. We make it easy for companies to find the programs, services and advice they need, as well as access the specialized facilities, test-beds, tools and infrastructure of every hub on the network. We call it the network effect and it has made us really good at bridging gaps in Canada’s innovation infrastructure. We bridge the gap between regional economic development work and support for global international trade, as well as the gap between innovation and commercialization.
We know we’re better together. That’s why we’re champions for collaboration and innovation in Canada – we’re Canada’s community of tech.
We encourage you to reach out to your local hub. Click the map markers to view your nearest hub.
Ten companies selected for February 2019 Get There: San Francisco program
The Get There program is a unique opportunity that offers early-stage, high-growth high-potential Canadian tech startups an opportunity to demystify an international market. The program is designed to amplify networks and provide companies with tips and tricks to make future visits easier and more cost effective.
CDMN lands 42 Canadian companies globally in fall 2018
The Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) has accepted 42 companies to land globally this fall, as a part of their Soft Landing, Get There and Global Bridge: Canada-India programming.