C100 has announced the latest companies to join its 48Hrs in the Valley program, which brings 20 Canadian startups to Silicon Valley for two days of intensive workshops and networking.

Between December 5th and 6th, the startups will undergo peer-to-peer mentorship, breakout sessions, investor meetings, and pitch workshops. The non-profit runs the program twice a year, often having to sift through hundreds of applicants.

In early June, the organization announced its first executive director in Laura Buhler, who expressed the organization’s desire to scale the program as Canada’s startup ecosystem matures.

The companies include:

The companies include:

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