Showing all articles in the Soft Landing category
October 27, 2015
Canadian companies associated with an incubator or accelerator within the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) are invited to apply to enter new international markets for up to three months. Canadian small- to mid-size enterprises (SME) gain access to regional support and introduction.
September 15, 2015
Thirty-two Canadian companies have been selected to be a part of the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) Soft Landing program, which provides mature startups and small- to medium-sized companies with financial support to expand into foreign markets anywhere in the world.
August 12, 2015
APrivacy, formerly I Think Security, has announced plans to expand operations to Hong Kong. “Hong Kong was a natural choice for us,” said Dr. Cedric Jeannot, APrivacy’s founder and CEO, who travelled to the Asian financial capital to take part in the FinTech Innovation Lab in 2014.
May 29, 2015
The CTA@NYC was launched in February of 2012, and has helped 66 companies find customers or investors. While there were a number of notable successes over the first two years the CTA@NYC followed a path familiar to many startups and decided to pivot this past year.
March 09, 2015
Twenty-nine companies have been selected for the latest cohort of the Canadian Digital Media Network’s Soft Landing program. Given the abundance of high-quality applications it received for the spring cohort, the Soft Landing program team decided to support as many applicants as possible.
February 02, 2015
I Think Security received funding help from the Canadian Digital Media Network’s Soft Landing program. Program statistics show 43 percent of the 146 foreign landings by Canadian companies (since 2013) have been in New York City or San Francisco. By contrast, a mere one percent have gone to Hong Kong.
January 21, 2015
Canadian companies can enter new markets and gain exposure to business opportunities around the world for up to three months, with access to regional support and resources. The CDMN Soft Landing program is accepting applications from qualified Canadian companies.
January 19, 2015
Canadian companies are taking their businesses global as part of the CDMN Outbound Soft Landing program. The program helps mature startups and small-to-medium size enterprises belonging to CDMN’s network of partner hubs that are looking to grow their business, open a satellite office or grow distribution channels