Harbr Among Top Canadian Startups Invited to the 18th Edition of 48Hrs in the Valley

2019 continues to be an exciting year for Harbr! New product features, our diversified team, our growing customer base, being honored by CIO Magazine as one of the “Top 10 Construction Technology Solution Providers for 2019” and most recently being among the top Canadian startups invited to the 18th edition of 48hrs in the Valley!!!  

We were so honored to be nominated but to be selected is the icing on the cake. We can’t wait to learn and grow from the very best. San Francisco, we are ready for you!

Read more information about this honor in the following media release:




48 Hrs in the Valley is a two-day program offering strategic networking and business development for twenty-six of Canada’s most promising entrepreneurs leading technology startups

San Francisco, CA – March 13, 2019.  C100 <www.thec100.org>, a non-profit organization dedicated to bridging Canadian tech entrepreneurs with mentorship, talent, partnership, and investment, has chosen Harbr as one of 26 companies to participate in its next cohort of early-stage Canadian technology startups for 2019’s 48Hrs in the Valley. Held on May 7-8, the event gives a select group of Canadian entrepreneurs unique access to networking, mentoring, and business growth opportunities in the Bay Area. C100 members (corporate and individual) and alumni of the 48Hrs program were asked to nominate promising Canadian startups – 26 were selected to participate from approximately 100 applications.

The participating early-stage startups include B2B and B2C companies ranging from enterprise software, robotics, and healthcare technology, to e-commerce and cleantech. Each will participate in two days of mentorship, workshops, investor meetings, strategic partner visits, and networking. May’s event will include sessions from some of Silicon Valley’s top entrepreneurs and investors.

“We are proud and honored to be one of 26 companies selected to participate in the prestigious 48Hrs in the Valley. This is a unique privilege that we are absolutely thrilled to be a part of. We are forever grateful to be nominated and will use this opportunity to learn and grow from the very best. Congratulations to all of the companies selected!” said Harbr Co-founder & CEO, Dave Kim.

“I am in the unique position to hear stories about what this community and this event, in particular, has meant to several of Canada’s most ambitious entrepreneurs. The relationships the founders make with other entrepreneurs from across Canada, Silicon Valley, and other major tech hubs are a precious asset to the entrepreneurs we support. We are bubbling with excitement for all the great things we have in store for these next entrants into the C100 community” said Laura Buhler, Executive Director of the C100.

The companies joining the C100 for 48hrs in the Valley are:


About Harbr

Harbr is a software-as-a-service work management AI for retail owners. With diversity ingrained in their DNA to foster creativity and innovation, their mission is to make it as simple as possible for retailers to build anywhere at scale while maintaining complete control of their brand.  For more info: visit www.harbr.com, Facebook @goharbr, Twitter @goharbr, Instagram @harbr_dot_com or LinkedIn at Harbr.com.

About The C100   

C100 is a mission-driven network of influential and experienced Canadians in technology who are committed to supporting, inspiring, and connecting the most promising Canadian entrepreneurial leaders. We aspire to build the preeminent global community to connect Canadian entrepreneurial leaders everywhere to talent, mentorship, partnership, and investment.

C100 and its members – individual and institutional – support Canadian entrepreneurs through mentorship, investment, partnership, and talent. We are a privately-funded, non-profit member association, headquartered in San Francisco, California, with members across the major technology hubs of the US, Canada, and beyond.

For further information, contact C100 at connect@thec100.org

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