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[Nov 16, Toronto Event]: New Frontiers in Capital Innovation – Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)

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Event Overview:

Date/Time:  Nov 16, 2017  (3:00pm - 6pm)

Venue:  Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP, 100 King St. West, Suite 1600

First Canadian Place (Map)

Educational afternoon event plus networking (refreshments will be served)

Registration:  $25 (Early), $35 (Members), $45 (Standard) + HST

Limited tickets - reserve your seat today

Event Sponsors and Presenting Partners:

Interested in getting involved?  info@ncfacanada.org
 

Host

 

 

Venue Partner

Blocksale.io

Pegasus Fintech

 

Polymath

 

Tokenfunder

 

MLG Blockchain Consulting

Blockchain + Crowdfunding = ICOs

A new funding mechanism using distributed ledger technology (Blockchain) with the potential for massive disruption of public (IPOs) and private markets (venture capital) has exploded globally and is hotter than hot. Often referred to as 'Crowdsales', Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and tokens represent the next generation of Crowdfinance and P2P online capital and community aggregation having raised in excess of $1 billion in the first half of 2017.  ICOs are fully digital offers that are designed and sold using the protocols of smart contract technology inherent on public blockchains such as Ethereum that are quickly evolving.

Join us for an afternoon of focused expert discussions followed by an opportunity to network with active participants in the sector. If you are an investor, a company actively raising capital or key stakeholder in capital markets innovation then this is a must attend event for you that will include in depth panel discussions, presentations, Q&A and networking at venue partner Gowling WLG in Toronto.

Agenda:

Registration opens 3pm

Content kicks off at 3:30pm

Event wrap-up by 6-6:30pm

(Detailed agenda and speakers coming soon...)

 

Why attend this seminar?

  • This is essential knowledge for any one interested in emerging Alternative Finance mechanisms and markets quickly evolving on the Blockchain - Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs, Tokens, Crypto)
  • Expert perspectives delivered by companies and investors that 'live and breath' the topics being discussed every day.
  • Rapid learning format.  Get exposure to the most important elements in a short period of time.
  • Opportunity to ask questions and answers and network with speakers and experts.

Questions you can expect to be answered

  • What is an blockchain-enabled crypto currency, coin, initial coin offering, token?
  • What problems are ICOs solving and what is the potential impact they will have on venture financing?
  • What do initial coin offerings (ICOs) mean for markets, exchanges, investors and companies?
  • What are the latest trends, insights and examples of successful (and not successful) ICOs/tokens?
  • What are the hottest ICO sectors and why?
  • Is an ICO a suitable fit for our business?
  • What are the current regulations and potential of ICOs in Canada, and how do we compare to other jurisdictions?
  • Explore the nature of ICOs and associated risks, costs and financial implications of launching an ICO product to market; or investing in this asset class.

Who should attend event?

  • Innovators, investors, ICO and Crowdfinance/P2P/Fintech decision makers, professionals, advisors, and entreprepreneurial and innovation networks in the alternative finance sector.
  • Startups and SME businesses interested in raising capital from initial coin offering (ICO) and crowdfinancing markets that want to learn about emerging opportunities, regulations, strategies, costs and risks.
  • Investors of all types interested in participating in ICOs and investments online including retail investors, accredited investors, angel investors, VC groups and affiliates, fund managers etc.
  • Prospective funding portals or EMDs looking to move their practice online, or add crypto/ICO/token related products to their offerings.

About the Event Sponsors and Presenting Partners:

 

The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding, alternative finance, fintech, P2P, ICO, and online investing stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, industry stewardship, and networking opportunities to over 1600+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada.

For more information, please visit:  www.ncfacanada.org


 

Gowling WLG is an international law firm created by the combination of Gowlings, a leading Canadian law firm, and Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co (WLG), a leading UK-based international law firm.  With more than 1,400 legal professionals in 19 cities across Canada, the UK, Continental Europe, the Middle East and Asia, Gowling WLG provides clients with top-tier legal advice at home and abroad in a range of areas.  Our clients have access to in-depth expertise and experience in key global sectors, including advanced manufacturing, energy, financial services, infrastructure, life sciences, natural resources, real estate and tech.  We see the world through our clients’ eyes, and collaborate across countries, offices, service areas and sectors to help them succeed – no matter how challenging the circumstances. Our culture is, above all, about people and teams, based on our belief in the power of relationships to deliver tangible business results.

For more information, please visit: gowlingwlg.com


 

Blocksale (BOK) – is a decentralized application network for accredited investors and ITOs built on the Ethereum blockchain. Blocksale will be the first AML KYC compliant ITO presale buying group.  Blocksale, known as BOK, is an exclusive presale group specifically made for accredited investors looking to acquire tokens from Initial Token Offerings (ITOs) in the presale stages where the token value can be ten cents on the dollar compared to the value during the actual ITO offering. The goal of BOK is to set an industry standard in ITO presales by building a large international customer base that will only be investing in best of breed ITOs. Our proprietary AI technology will be developed to analyze all ITOs past present and future. It will determine what properties define best of class in ITOs to increase the chances for successful investments. By correlating cryptoeconomic and geopolitical data with historical ITOs the AI technology will forecast the potential ROI from each individual offering. Alongside the functionality of AI integration, BOK will also be launching a Decentralized Applications (DApps) Network to facilitate the end-toend process for clients, maximizing end user experience. All of these different functionalities gather to form a long-term growth platform.

For more information, please visit:  blocksale.io


 

Pegasus Fintech, Inc. focuses on supporting innovative solutions in the Financial Services, Technology, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency communities.  Pegasus has developed a full-service process for assisting organizations who want to do an Initial Coin Offering (ICO).  Together with our team of highly skilled industry professionals and partners we create, with our clients, the necessary business, legal, accounting, technology development, capital and funding strategies, whitepapers, roadmaps, marketing and sales processes to deploy successful and compliant ICOs.  Pegasus also has created an integrated network platform, called the Pegasus Matrix, supporting interactivity through Pegasus supported ICO use cases.  This provides investors and Token holders the ability to use any Token within the Pegasus Matrix and to facilitate market liquidity.

For more information, please visit:  pegasusfintech.com


 

Polymath aims to be the industry first security token launch pad and disrupt the multi trillion dollar securities industry by creating an open platform that gives global businesses access to the blockchain, smart contracts and token creation technology. Polymath will make security tokens available to investors in a fully compliant and regulated manner. The platform, officially launching on October 1, will serve as a launch pad for companies looking to create and issue securities tokens by automating the complex legal and technical functions of a token sale. Polymath aims to do for securities tokens what Ethereum did for application tokens. Polymath is launching an ICO during Q4 of 2017 in order to generate Polymath Tokens (PLY) and fund development of the platform. Polymath Tokens will serve as a utility token for issuers, investors, and developers to access, use and further develop the Polymath network. Polymath’s mission is to become the open-source standard for launching asset-backed AML/KYC compliant tokens. 

For more information, please visit:  polymath.network


 

LG Blockchain is a global blockchain consulting and development firm headquartered in Toronto with a distributed team across North America, Europe and Asia that is focused on building next generation applications using blockchain and smart contract technology. MLG Blockchain is blockchain agnostic and is experienced working with many blockchain fabrics.

For more information, please visit:  MLG Blockchain Consulting


Register now - limited capacity!

 

Interested in getting involved?

Interested in learning more about this event or opportunities to get involved as a partner, please email to info@ncfacanada.org


 

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LAST CHANCE: CIX Top 20 Showcase Deadline in 3 days! Apply Today

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CIX | Lauren Linton | Jul 27, 2017

CIX is looking for the most innovative new Canadian tech companies!  LAST 3 DAYS TO APPLY - DEADLINE JUL 31

The CIX Top 20 program is Canada’s largest national showcase of the hottest and most innovative emerging tech companies. Hundreds of applications are submitted each year from across Canada. The CIX Selection Committee will evaluate and select 20 companies based on five criteria including Business Model, Quality of Product, Service Offering, Market Opportunity and Depth of Management.

Eligibility

To apply for the CIX Top 20, your company must:

  • Be an incorporated Canadian business (Quebec excluded from requirement)
  • Be privately held and not listed on any exchanges anywhere in the world
  • Have a unique innovative, digitally-based business idea that brings commercial or social value
  • Have a functional prototype (at minimum) of the product, service or application (must be in market, can be pre-revenue)
  • The company CEO or Founder must be available to present at CIX in Toronto on Oct 17 or 18, 2017.

Benefits

20 companies will be selected by the Selection Committee and awarded designation as a 2017 CIX Top 20 company. The benefits include:

  • Your company CEO/Founder will present to audience of 800+ investors, customers, partners at CIX on either Oct 17 or 18 during one of the CIX Top 20 Showcases;
  • Participation in the CIX Top 20 MENTOR DAY, which includes free media training, advice on tax, raising capital, government incentives, etc;
  • Invitation to CIX VIP events attended by investors, corporates and media such as a TOP 20 private dinner, TSX market open, and various VIP events;
  • Exhibit space in the CIX Top 20 Lounge over two days of CIX on Oct 17 & 18 2017 in Toronto;
  • Posting on CIX website;
  • Inclusion in CIX marketing elements shared with CIX community of 10,000+;
  • Recognition in CIX media releases and media interviews;
  • Ongoing support from CIX including tracking and celebrations of successes, participation at future CIX events.

How to apply

Complete the online application by creating an account. No cost to apply. The deadline to apply is 5:00 pm EST on July 31, 2017. You may begin the process and save your application, without submitting. The selection process takes place in August and successful applicants will be notified by the end of August.


The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support, and networking opportunities to over 1600+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada. Learn more at www.ncfacanada.org.

 

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LendIt Europe 2017 (Oct 9-10): Don’t Miss Europe’s Largest International Lending & Fintech Event

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NCFA Canada | July 27, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LendIt Europe 2017

Oct 9-10, 2017, London, England

InterContinental London (The O2)

LendIt Europe is Europe's largest global fintech and lending conference, and returns to London on October 9-10, 2017. This year’s conference is expanding with the industry to cover the hottest topics in fintech including digital wealth, blockchain, insurtech, digital banking, and much more. Nowhere else can you meet 250+ industry leaders, 150+ investors and 1,000+ attendees from fintech companies, investment firms, banks, service providers, regulators and the media from across Europe and beyond. With six tracks of content including Innovations in Lending, Investor Insights, Policy & Regulation, as well as our PitchIt startup competition, there is content for everyone.

Save 15% with NCFA Canada Partner Discount!

Simply enter the VIP code NCFACanadaVIP when registering at www.lendit.com/europe.

Pricing 
Summer Price  22 July - 8 Sept £1,295*
Standard Price  9 Sept - 10 Oct £1,495*

*Plus VAT

Register with VIP Code and SAVE 15% --> Now

Discount Code:  NCFACanadaVIP


The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support, and networking opportunities to over 1600+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada. Learn more at www.ncfacanada.org.

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Toronto Fintech & Funding Event (Jun 22): NCFA-North of 41 Summer Kickoff Networking!

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GREAT FINTECH & FUNDING NETWORKING SESSION!

Sold Out CAPACITY:  Burgeoning Fintech Ecosystem

Check out the Photos

 


EVENT DETAILS:

Thursday, Jun 22, 2017 (5:30 PM - 9:00PM + )

The Spoke Club Rooftop Patio

600 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M3

thespokeclub.com (map)


REGISTRATION:

$20 Early - SOLD!

$25 Standard- GONE!

$30 Late:  SOLD OUT!

At the door $40 Net Limited Tickets

Hashtag #NCFALive

  • All tickets include entrance to private club patio, food, entertainment, prime networking and cash bar
  • 13% HST extra (we'll pick-up eventbrite platform fees)
  • No refunds prior to 7 days before the event.  Ticket transfers ok.
  • If it rains the event will take place inside the club
  • Checkout photos from last year's Summer Kickoff event here

 

Leave Winter Behind and KICKOFF SUMMER IN STYLE...

Join the National Crowdfunding Association of Canada, North of 41, Aird & McBurney, Borrowell, Equibit Group, and growing list of Fintech Innovation partners in the heart of King West, one of Toronto's hottest districts, on The Spoke Club’s Rooftop patio for a night of revelry and prime fintech networking mixer.  Interested in disrupting the finance industry, raising capital or participating in Canada’s growing alternative finance and fintech sectors? Here's a perfect opportunity to learn the latest market trends from hot startups (stealth mode) and experts, strategize with partners, pitch investors and mingle with Toronto’s burgeoning fintech ecosystem.

This is a Fintech & FUNDING Event for:

NCFA Canada and North of 41 members, affiliates, partners and community as well as anyone interested in networking and collaborating with startups, investors, angels, early stage-focused VC's and industry experts in alternative finance, crowdfunding, fintech, payments, crypto-currency, blockchain ICOs, AI investing and other financial innovation sectors.

  • Companies actively raising capital
  • Investors and syndicates interested in investing
  • Financial innovators looking to partner or collaborate
  • High growth fintech start-ups (stealth mode) or post-launch
  • Funding platforms, dealers, providers and their client networks

The Spoke Club:  600 King St W Toronto

Want to qualify for a DISCOUNTED TICKET?

A limited number of discounted ticket PROMO codes will be issued for those that complete the 2017 Alternative Finance Crowdfunding in Canada survey for funding platforms, investors and companies!

Take the Survey Now

Step 1:  Complete the survey (take it now)

Step 2:  Email info@ncfacanada.org to confirm that you've completed the survey.

Step 3:  Once verified, NCFA will email you a promo code to register with discount.

 

 

Event Partners and Sponsors:

The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support, and networking opportunities to over 1500+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada. Learn more at www.ncfacanada.org.


North of 41 is a place to help entrepreneurs expand their business contacts by encouraging interaction and discussion among Investors, Entrepreneurs and Customers. Our networking events are able to bring together key decision makers from across North America.  The goal of ‘North of 41′ is to promote the tech industry and all of the cutting edge innovation that is taking place from coast to coast.  The North American technology landscape is becoming recognized as a hotbed for the technology being developed by innovative entrepreneurs. As an organization, North of 41 brings together venture capitalists, technology stakeholders, entrepreneurs and others in the eco-system.  For more info visit www.northof41.org.


Aird & McBurney LP and Aird & Berlis LLP offer an integration of patent agency and legal services to secure and enforce intellectual property (“IP”) rights. We provide a full range of services in connection with all forms of IP, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial designs, trade secrets and domain names. Our clients range from individual inventors and small start-up companies to universities, hospitals and research facilities to large Canadian and multinational corporations, including Fortune 100 companies. With extensive experience across a variety of industries, clients count on our technical depth and legal guidance to effectively develop, exploit and protect their inventions and innovations. Learn more at airdmcburney.com  |  @airdmcburney


Borrowell helps Canadians make great decisions about credit. It was the first company in Canada to offer credit scores for free, without strings attached, and has over 200,000 users. Borrowell also created Canada’s quickest and easiest personal loan, at rates typically far better than credit cards. Borrowell has a ground-breaking partnership with CIBC, one of North America’s largest banks, to offer a 'one-click' loan to their customers.  For more information please visit www.borrowell.com.


Equibit Group is applying Blockchain technology to establish the world's first peer-to-peer equity and debt marketplace. In much the same way Bitcoin applied digital technology to currency and payments, Equibit eliminates the need for expensive infrastructure and third-party facilitation from depositories or transfer agents. Registration, transfer, settlement and investor relations will all be managed securely and digitally within a decentralized environment. Founded by a former CFO from the securities industry and a team of blockchain development experts, Equibit Group was established to revolutionize the securities industry.  For more information please visit www.equibit.org.

 


 

Community Partners:

 

 

Checkout some pics from last year's "Summer Kickoff" event...

View more photos here....

 

 

 

Innovation is fostered by information gathered from new connections; from insights gained by journeys into other disciplines or places; from active and fluid networks and open boundaries.

 

 

See you there!

If you'd like to get involved with this event please contact us at info@ncfacanada.org

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[Montreal FrontFundr Event Mar 29]: Collecte de fonds en ligne : Votre nouvelle alternative de financement

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FrontFundr | Jill Earthy | March 22, 2017

FrontFundr event in Montreal

Raising Capital Online: The New Funding Option

Collecte de fonds en ligne : Votre nouvelle alternative de financement

Wednesday, March 29th/Mercredi 29 mars: 5:30 - 7:30 pm

McMillan LLP, 1000 Sherbooke O./W., #2700, Montréal

Register here: https://frontfundr5a7montreal.eventbrite.ca

 

Participez à notre 5@7 afin d’en apprendre davantage sur l’investissement participatif et partager un verre avec les membres de l'équipe de FrontFundr.

Cet événement est une occasion pour les entreprises, les investisseurs potentiels et tous les curieux de se rencontrer, et de parler de l'opportunité de lever du capital en ligne ainsi que de l’investissement participatif au Canada.

Venez donc rencontrer le CEO de la plateforme de Frontfundr, Peter-Paul Van Hoeken, de passage à Montréal afin d'en apprendre davantage sur la levée de capitaux en ligne. Faites vite, les places sont limitées!

Come to our 5@7 to learn more about equity investing and share a drink with members of the FrontFundr team.

This event is the occasion for companies, potential investors, and those who are simply curious to come out, network, and learn all about the opportunities of raising capital online and the equity crowdfunding landscape in Canada.

Come and meet the CEO of the Frontfundr platform, Peter-Paul Van Hoeken, to learn more about raising capital online.Please RSVP in advance, as space is limited!


The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support and networking opportunities to over 1500+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada. Learn more at www.ncfacanada.org.

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Presentation Decks from #CCS2017 (for Attendees ONLY)

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Thank you for attending the 2017 Canadian Crowdfinancing Summit (#CCS2017)!

CCS2017 Don't miss it!

 

CCS2017 Presentation Decks Available for Attendees Only (otherwise Confidential)

FEB 28:  Pre-Summit Workshops (OneEleven)

  1. FundingNomad Session:  Profit-Sharing or Royalty Deals for Investors & Issuers (download)
  2. Crowdmatrix Showcase:
  3. BrightSpark Ventures Workshop:  How to Invest in Early Stage Companies (download)
  4. R2Crowd Presentation:  How to Invest in Real Estate if You Don't have a Rich Uncle? (download)

MAR 1:  CCS2017 Summit (MaRS)

  1. Morning Keynote: Equity Crowdfinance:  Past, Present and Future by Ryan Feit, SeedInvest (download)
  2. Show me the Money: How We Raised USD $100+ Million (Art or Science?)
    by Zach Smith, Funded Today (download)
  3. Canadian and Global Alternative Finance Markets: Volume, Trends and Key Indicators by E.J. Reedy of University of Chicago - Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Alixe Cormick of Venture Law Corp and Daryl Hatton of FundRazr (download)
  4. Blockchain ICOs:  The Future of Online Investing or Regulatory Crisis? by Alan Wunsche, Blockchain Canada (download)
  5. How Online Funding Platforms Give Voice to a Shared Value Economy by Paul Allard, Impak Finance (download)
  6. Marketplace Lending:  Made for the People, By the People by Cato Pastoll, Lending Loop (download)
  7. Growing Your Business Faster with Diversity by Tabitha Creighton, iQMetrix and Eva Wong, Borrowell (download)
  8. Industry Experts and National Regulatory Perspectives: What to Expect in 2017?  by Jason Saltzman, (Gowling WLG), Pat Chaukos (OSC LaunchPad), Elliott Mak and Zach Masum (BCSC), Denise Weeres (ASC), and Gabriel Araish (AMF) (download OSC deck)
  9. LUNCH & LEARN:  Strategies to Protect Your Revenue by Securing Intellectual Property (IP) Rights before Launching by Tony Sebata, Sabeta IP (download)
  10. Regulatory Presentation and Q&A:  FINTECH & P2P/ONLINE LENDING 
    1. Part 1:  Zach Masum, BCSC (download); and
    2. Part 2:  Amy Tsai, OSC LaunchPad (download)
  11. Bootstrapping:  From Concept to Revenue Under in 9 Months for Under $4k by Timothy Jodoin, Edispin (download)
  12. Regulatory Presentation and Q&A:  EQUITY CROWDFUNDING/FINANCE by Gabriel Araish (AMF), Elliott Mak (BCSC), Gloria Tsang (OSC), and Denise Weeres (ASC) (download)
  13. Applying Design Thinking to Maximize Interaction on Your Website (Coming soon)
  14. How I Created an Automated Networking Machine to Meet Hundreds of Investors & VCs by Joshua Fetcher, Autopilot (download)
  15. Post-Crowdfunding Best Practices:  How to Deliver On Time On Budget - Everything you need to Know by Gareth Everard (Rockwell Razors), Owen MacMullin (DHL Canada), and Mary-Rose Sutton (Shopify) (download)
  16. The Future of Fintech:  Is Canada becoming a World Class Fintech Hub?  by Sue Britton (Fintech Growth Syndicate), Bilal Khan (OneEleven), Jake Hirsch-Allen (LinkedIn), Jim Orlando (Omers Ventures), Amelia Young (Upside Consulting Group) and Philippe Garneau (BWG Brand Engineering) (download)
  17. CLOSING KEYNOTE:  Transformative Strategies and Insights for Alternative Finance Market Growth by Martin Graham (Fineqia and London Stock Exchange) (download)

Live Pitching Presentation Decks (MaRS):

  1. Seedlify by Sam Kawtharani (download)
  2. Tripian by Cenan Yunusoglu (download) *Session 1 Pitch Winner
  3. XYZ Interactive (UVolt replacement) by Michael Kosic (download)
  4. Curexe by Johnathan Holland (download)
  5. Knote by Ron Glozman (download) *Session 2 Pitch Winner
  6. Zoom.ai by Roy Pereira (download)
  7. DashMD by Zack Fisch (download) *Session 3 Pitch Winner
  8. Better Current by Colin Campbell (download)
  9. CertClean by Jenise Lee (download)
  10. ShareWiz by Oz Demirel (download)
  11. Emerge by Alexandru Horghidan (download) *Session 4 Pitch Winner
  12. Triclops Technologies by Meng Xi Zhu (download)

Congratulations to the 4 live pitching companies:

Tripian (Cenan Yunusoglu), Knote (Ron Glozman), Dash MD (Zack Fisch), and Emerge (Alexandru Horghidan)!


Other links you may be interested in:

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THANK YOU TO ALL OUR #CCS2017 SPONSORS AND PARTNERS!

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The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support and networking opportunities to over 1500+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada. Learn more at www.ncfacanada.org.

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#CCS2017 Industry Leaders Connect at 3rd Annual NCFA Fintech & Funding Summit

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NCFA Canada | CCS2017 Committee | March 10, 2017

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NCFAs Fintech & Funding Industry Conference - A Great Success!

The National Crowdfunding Association of Canada (NCFA Canada) is a cross-Canada non-profit actively engaged with both social and investment crowdfunding stakeholders across the country. NCFA Canada provides education, research, leadership, support and networking opportunities to over 1500+ members and works closely with industry, government, academia, community and eco-system partners and affiliates to create a strong and vibrant crowdfunding industry in Canada. Learn more at www.ncfacanada.org.

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