The Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) has accepted eight companies into the September 2018 cohort of the 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.

San Francisco is a critical U.S. market for technology companies. This program will give eight Canadian tech founders the social capital, experience, network and confidence necessary to harness the rapid growth potential that exists in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area.

Companies participating in the September 2018 cohort are (CDMN Hub and city are in brackets): AirShare Inc. (Invest Ottawa, Ottawa, ON); Betterplace (MaRS, Toronto, ON); Dragon Veterinary (Volta Labs, Halifax, NS); EMAGIN (Communitech, Kitchener, ON); Furnishr (DMZ, Toronto, ON); Mero Technologies (ventureLAB, Markham, ON); Patchell Brook Equity Analytics Inc. (Venn Innovation, Moncton, NB); Peachy (Genesis Centre, St. John’s, NL).

To learn more about the Get There program, watch this video and connect with a local CDMN hub.


About The Canadian Digital Media Network

The Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN), is a network of 26 regional innovation hubs across Canada, all focused on supporting Canada’s digital entrepreneurs. Designated a federal Centre of Excellence in Commercialization and Research, CDMN is dedicated to establishing Canada as a world leader in the digital economy. Follow @CDMN on Twitter, join the Canadian Digital Media Network Group on LinkedIn and like the CanadianDigitalMediaNetwork Page on Facebook.