Statflo has been selected as one of 16 growth companies to participate in the C100’s “48 Hours in the Valley” program, which involves Canada’s most promising companies.
“This is a huge honour and opportunity,” said Kevin Gervais, Statflo’s co-founder and chief executive. “We’re looking forward to gaining valuable insight from people within Silicon Valley and, as important, talk about how we’re taking a disruptive and innovative approach to customer service in the telecom industry.”
“48 Hours in the Valley” celebrates top Canadian growth companies and brings them to Silicon Valley for 48 hours of mentorship, workshops, investor meetings, strategic partner visits and networking. The goal is a more informed, connected and empowered Canadian venture scene.
“Twice a year, the C100 hand-selects a small group of the most impressive Canadian startups for a program that builds a bridge between their home and, arguably, the most innovative technologically driven ecosystem on earth – Silicon Valley,” said Joanne Fedeyko, the C100’s executive director.
C100 is a nonprofit member-driven association that provides a bridge between Canadian startup founders and innovative corporations, and the highly influential Silicon Valley network.
Through various programs, it offers access to innovative companies, potential partnerships, investors and mentors. The C100’s Charter Members include Canadians working in some of the most important tech companies in Silicon Valley.