BCIC and New Ventures BC Announce 2016 BCIC-New Ventures Competition: $300,000 in Cash & PrizesFriday, March 18, 2016
Vancouver, BC, March 18, 2016--(T-Net)--The BC Innovation Council and New Ventures BC announced today that the BCIC-New Ventures Competition is back for its 16th year and will be awarding over $300,000 in cash and prizes.
Below are listed some additional details on the BCIC-New Ventures Competition (from the NVBC website).
Participating ventures get education, feedback, and great networking opportunities. Our top 25 companies receive mentorship plus additional exposure and recognition as a venture to watch.
With the support of our sponsors plus the accelerator and tech community, the competition attracts the best tech startups in British Columbia.
Deadline for entries is April 14, 11:59pm.
Your $200 entry fee includes entry to the New Ventures 2016 Education series.
New prizes this year
We're excited to announce over $35,000 in new cash and in kind prizes for this year, including:
2016 Returning Prizes
Register for our education series and networking events
But the BCIC-New Ventures Competition is a lot more than a contest. There are opportunities to get involved in our programs now:
We're getting excited about the 2016 Competition and hope you are too.
About New Ventures BC
Founded in 2000, the non-profit New Ventures BC Society administers and operates the annual BCIC-New Ventures competition which gives early-stage B.C. innovators and entrepreneurs in tech access to technology leaders, business education and $300,000 in prizes. This is made possible through generous support from the public and private sectors, including title partner BCIC.
The mandate for the New Ventures BC Society is to recognize, encourage, and develop entrepreneurship and innovation in B.C.'s start-up technology sector.
Each year, more than 150 B.C. business leaders—entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, angel investors, academics and professionals—donate their time and expertise as mentors and judges.
To date, more than 1,400 aspiring B.C. entrepreneurs have entered the competition, with 36 winning major prize packages. Most winners have continued on to form viable companies, raising more than $100 million in financing and creating more than 600 jobs for British Columbians.
However, it's not only the winners of the competition who go on to success. Many finalists and round-three competitors use the skills they have learned in the competition to commercialize their business ideas.
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