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Virtual Cleantech Canadian Technology Accelerators is accepting applications for Fall 2017

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

The Virtual Cleantech Canadian Technology Accelerators are accepting applications for Fall 2017.

What are they?

The Canadian Technology Accelerators help high-potential, high-growth Canadian technology SMEs seeking to expand to the US through a program of workshops, events, mentorship and business introductions. Learn more about the accelerators at: http://international.gc.ca/trade-commerce/cta-atc.

Virtual Cleantech Canadian Technology

The Virtual Cleantech Canadian Technology Accelerator helps Canadian cleantech SMEs seeking to expand to the US through a virtual 10-week program run by the Consulates General of Canada in New York and San Francisco.

The accelerators are looking for companies that have:

  • An in-depth business plan for the U.S.
  • A fully-built product
  • Unique IP
  • At least one senior member (C-level or Founder) to take part in the program, including in-market sessions in New York and San Francisco.

The deadline to apply is July 7, 2017.

Companies can apply here: https://questionnaire.simplesondage.com/s/CTA-Application.

For more information, contact Ian.Philp@international.gc.ca in New York, or Evan.Cohen@international.gc.ca in San Francisco.

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