The Summit will attract over 700 investors, partners and industry leaders from around the world and is the flagship event for the Canadian Angel Investor community.
Funding is always a challenge for tech-enabled startups. This workshop provides an overview of the funding cycle/process, shows you how to leverage personal savings to boostrap your idea and shares the do's/don'ts for raising money from friends and family.
A Startup Calgary Workshop ideal for entrepreneurs who have already completed Startup Funding 101 or similar introductory sessions. Learn how to fund your startup using non-dilutive financing such as government grants and tax credits.
Join Startup Calgary for an overview of the innovation ecosystem and the following resources available for Calgary-based entrepreneurs:
Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) Rockies at Haskayne will select the first group of 25 ventures in the program’s first energy stream.
Canadian Energy Innovation on the Global Stage: Two Canadian companies selected for Techstars’ first energy technology cohort – Crux OCM and Interface Fluidics
MicroMech is announces a new partnership with the well known Canadian food delivery startup SkipTheDishes.
Forty members of Calgary’s startup community travelled to Montreal July 10 to 14, 2018 to connect with startup communities from across the globe and showcase Calgary’s tech ecosystem at Startupfest.
ZayZoon announces partnership with SwipeClock to give employees access to their paycheck on-demand
From an app that helps fantasy sports players make better decisions to a prototype that allows for the self-sustaining production of biochar, these teams made the most of over fifty hours of startup life.
Alberta’s up-and-coming tech products have been selected to demo for a live audience at DemoCamp Alberta.
Startup Weekend is the perfect place to see what it’s like to build, validate and launch a tech startup. We spoke with Dan Clay Ellis to find out how his experience at Startup Weekend helped him find a co-founder and launch his startup, Rallyteam.
Since 2011, Launch Party has showcased more than 70 early stage technology-focused Calgary companies. Wondering where these companies are now? Startup Calgary is proud to say that more than 75 per cent of these companies are still active and growing.
Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc., a Calgary-based, global innovator in cardiovascular imaging post-processing software, today announced an investment of $16M led by growth-stage private equity firms Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors (Los Angeles, California) and Yaletown Partners (Vancouver, British Columbia).
Startup Calgary’s annual Launch Party showcases the city’s most innovative startups. Watch Calgary’s top startups take off on Tuesday, November 13.
The BDC Capital Women in Technology (WIT) Fund is one of the world’s largest venture capital funds dedicated to investing in women-led technology companies.
This program is for entrepreneurs who are first time founders with an innovation driven product and/or solution prototype, have a founding team, and are serious about the success of their company and moving it to the next level.
In response to the current economic environment the City of Calgary established the Opportunity Calgary Investment Fund as a tool to attract and support transformative investments in the city.
The Climate Change Innovation And Technology Framework (CCITF) was developed to achieve the goals of Alberta’s Climate Leadership Plan through innovation and technology.