The Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) has accepted 28 companies into the fall 2016 cohort of the Soft Landing program.

The program helps mature startups and small-to-medium size enterprises (SMEs) from across Canada to grow their business through new revenues or investment in a foreign market. Program participants receive access to office space for up to three months in their desired destination, plus up to $4,000CAD to cover travel and accommodation expenses.

Companies landing in the fall 2016 cohort are (destination in brackets):

Eigen Innovations Inc. (Detroit); Envio Systems Inc. (Berlin); Fitplan Technologies Inc. (Los Angeles); Granify (Austin); Interface Fluidics (Bakersfield; Houston); Kinetic Café (New York); Local Line Inc. (Portland; Seattle); Mosaic Manufacturing Inc. (New York); Oneset Inc. (Los Angeles; New York); Productions Inc. (New York); Site2Site (Seattle; San Antonio); ThinkCX Technologies Inc. (New York; New Jersey; Charlotte); TLink Golf Inc. (Sunnyvale); Xpertsea (San Francisco); Nix Sensor Ltd (Amsterdam; Basel; Paris); Vidya Consulting Inc. (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia); Signority (Shanghai; Beijing; Hangzhou); Memotext Corporation (Philadelphia); Peekapak Inc (San Francisco; Denver; New York); ChargeSpot Wireless (New York; San Francisco); Raven Telemetry Inc. (Missouri); Expertfile (Beijing); Caddle Inc. (Dublin); Eleven-X Incorporated (Seoul); HiMama (Los Angeles); Cliniconex Inc. (Buffalo; Kansas City; Boston); blueRover Inc. (Kentucky; Dallas); and Trellis Solutions Inc. (Oakland; Denver).

Since 2012, CDMN has helped 331 Canadian companies expand internationally through this program, resulting in more than $44.5 million in new revenue and more than $38 million in investment opportunities.

Applications for the winter cohort open on Oct. 21. For more information, visit the Soft Landing program page.