The Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) has accepted ten companies into the February 2019 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 ten 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 February 2019 cohort are (CDMN Hub and city are in brackets): Activated White Ltd. (Northern Centre for Advanced Technology Inc. (NORCAT), Sudbury, ON); Botmock (Invest Ottawa, Ottawa, ON); deepPIXEL (Communitech, Kitchener, ON); EPOCH (Communitech, Kitchener, ON); Lux Second Chance (MaRS Discovery District, Toronto, ON); Phyxable Inc. (ventureLAB, Markham, ON); QReserve Inc. (Innovation Factory, Hamilton, ON); QuantumSense (Communitech, Kitchener, ON); Sprintlio (DMZ, Toronto, ON); Unico Power (Calgary Technologies, Calgary, AB).

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

About The Canadian Digital Media Network

Canada’s Tech Network (formerly known as the Canadian Digital Media Network) is a network of 27 regional innovation hubs across Canada, all focused on supporting Canada’s technology entrepreneurs. Designated a federal Centre of Excellence in Commercialization and Research, Canada’s Tech Network is dedicated to establishing Canada as a world leader in the digital economy.

More than a group of business accelerators and incubators, Canada’s Tech Network is a community of backbone organizations within regional innovation ecosystems across the country. Each Hub provides physical space, mentorship, advice and expertise to directly support Canadian firms. Network members help tech SMEs to access talent, investment capital and global market opportunities.