CDMN Announces Winter 2016 Soft Landing Program Cohort

Content courtesy of the Canadian Digital Media Network

Twenty-six companies have been accepted into the winter 2016 cohort for the Canadian Digital Media Network’s (CDMN) Soft Landing program.

The program helps mature startups and small-to-medium size enterprises (SMEs) in CDMN’s network of partner hubs to open a satellite office or grow distribution channels in a foreign market. Companies accepted into the program are granted access to office space for up to three months in their desired destination, plus up to $4,000CAD to cover travel and accommodation expenses.

Companies landing in the winter 2016 cohort include (destination in brackets):

Brisk Synergies (Lannion, France), Optigo Networks (Boston; New York City), Beam Me Up Games Inc. (Japan; France), iILLOGIKA STUDIOS, INC (Los Angeles), Sweet Tooth Inc. (Austin; San Francisco), AOMS Technologies (Brussels; United Kingdom; United States), Symanta Inc. (Boston), TitanFile Inc. (Palo Alto), Beagle Inc. (Stuttgart), SAMTRICA (London), Inova Group ULC (Sydney), Stathletes Inc. (New York City), 360Growers Inc. (Australia), Giatec Scientific Inc. (Bogota; Santiago; Sao Paulo), CardSwap Inc. (Los Angeles; Austin), Lane (San Francisco), Plastics For Change Recycling Corporation (Mumbai; Jakarta), B3 Systems Inc. (Santa Clara), Wirkn Inc. (New York City; Los Angeles), QuickLinkt Solutions Inc. (Seattle), Sharethebus (San Francisco), Willowglen Systems Inc. (Dubai; Abu Dhabi; Manama), Project Whitecard Studios Inc. (Daytona Beach), Fundmetric Incorporated (New York City; San Francisco), Athletigen Technologies Inc. (Los Angeles; San Francisco; Las Vegas), Prollster (Washington DC).

Since 2012, CDMN has helped 251 Canadian companies go global and generate over $40 million in new revenue and over $33.3 million in investment opportunities.

The next call for applications for the Soft Landing program will be open from Jan. 29-Feb. 12, 2016. For more information on the CDMN Soft Landing program, click here.

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