Twenty-one companies have been accepted into the spring 2016 cohort for the Canadian Digital Media Network’s (CDMN) Soft Landing program.

The program helps mature startups and small-to-medium size enterprises (SMEs) in CDMN’s network of partner hubs to open a satellite office or grow distribution channels in a foreign market. Companies accepted into the program are granted 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 spring 2016 cohort include (destination in brackets):

Piscine Energetics Inc (London), Flixel Photos Inc (New York), Trippeo Technologies Inc. (San Francisco), Applyboard (San Francisco), Sesame HQ Inc. (Palo Alto; New York), (San Francisco; New York), MAJiK Systems Inc (Fort Worth), Tacit Innovations Corp (Chicago; Las Vegas), The Rumie Initiative (Dubai;Singapore; Hong Kong), (San Francisco), Validere Technologies Inc. (San Francisco), Recroup (Orlando), MASITEK Instruments Inc. (Kloviniai, Lithuania), Selectbidder (Nashville; Los Angeles), RtTechSoftware Inc. (Sydney), ForaHealthyMe Inc. (Philadelphia; Washington; New York), Zora Computing Inc. (Austin; Houston), CamDo Solutions Inc. (Stamford; San Francisco), Structur3d Printing (New York; SanFrancisco), Pro Angler Fishing (Los Angeles), Four Walls Inc (New York).

Since 2012, CDMN has helped 282 Canadian companies go global and generate over $40 million in new revenue and over $33 million in investment opportunities.  The next call for applications will be for the fall cohort. For more information, visit the Soft Landing program page.