The Canadian Technology Accelerator in Boston (CTA@Boston) is a four -month immersion program that connects your business to the unique resources and contacts in New England to help accelerate your growth. The benefits of participating in the CTA and the resources in Greater Boston are highlighted below.

WHO:  Accelerator candidates are small to mid-sized Canadian companies from life sciences, ICT (Including green IT and health IT), robotics and security technologies, and emerging food product sectors, with initial traction in the market, differentiated technology, and potential to scale the business through the CTA experience in Boston.

WHY: (Benefits of participating in the CTA@Boston)
•    Space/services at the Cambridge Innovation Center in Kendall Square, overlooking the MIT campus, for up to four months
•    Trade commissioner's assistance, including connections in the territory to help meet your goals
•    Team of mentors from the Canadian Mentoring Service - CMS mentors comprise a select group of Canadians based in New England who are C-level executives from global technology and life sciences companies, successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and angel investors who are passionate about giving back to Canada by mentoring and growing a new generation of successful Canadian-led companies at the CTA@Boston
•    Access to the Canadian Entrepreneurs of New England (CENE) network (www.TheCENE.org)
•    Pitch coach to refine your investor, partner, or client-focused presentation
•    Member privileges at key industry associations (MassBio, MassMEDIC, MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge, Mass TLC, New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC), New England Health Information Management Systems Society (NEHIMSS), TIE - Boston (The Indus Entrepreneurs Annual Conference is Tie-Con)
•    Introductions to potential industry partners/funding groups/customers
•    Weekly CTA client newsletter highlighting upcoming events/opportunities
You’ll find the following resources in the Greater Boston Area: 
•    Highest concentration of global technology and pharmaceutical companies in the world
•    Strong technology and innovation cluster - over 2,000 companies (Microsoft, Google, Amazon, EMC, Akamai, IBM, Nuance, etc.)
•    Over 400 biotechnology companies
•    World-renowned research institutions - 100+ academic institutions (MIT, Harvard, Tufts, Northeastern)
•    120+ venture capital firms, corporate VCs and angel investors interested in Canadian technologies

The online CTA@Boston application will close Thursday, June 11, 2015 at close of business. 

To apply, and for more information on the program, click here.