Backbone is working with the World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT)’s 2012 C200 Investment Forum and offering innovative early-stage technology companies a free invitation to this event in Montreal on October 24, 2012.
During the C200 Investment Forum, 200 of Canada’s most innovative technology companies will have the opportunity to gain insights into international partnering possibilities and participate in informal discussions with various C-level representatives from foreign and domestic investment companies.
How can Canadian companies participate?
Qualified entrants are early-stage companies (any business or technology sector is relevant) with:
- maximum annual revenues of preferably under $5 million
- a ready-to-sell product or service
Entry and selection
- Deadline for entries: July 31, 2012, at 11:59 pm Eastern.
- Canadian companies will be selected through a formal review process conducted by Backbone magazine here.
The top 200 applicants will receive an invitation to attend the C200 Investment Forum on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal, from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.
The C200 is by invitation only, and there is no cost to participate in the Investment Forum on October 24, 2012 if selected.
To attend the full WCIT 2012 Congress on October 22 and 23, the registration fee is $995. This fee includes access to all sessions, the B2B and networking platform, the Welcome Reception, and the World Youth Summit Award Gala Diner. The Congress pass also includes delegate material, daily lunches, coffee breaks and access to the Bistro and Pavilion Lounges (level 200) and the ICT showcase.
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