Press Release (ePRNews.com) - TORONTO - Oct 27, 2016 - tealbook, the comprehensive, next-generation supplier knowledge platform, announced today that it has been accepted to participate in the next 48Hrs in the Valley, taking place December 5 – 7 in San Francisco, CA.
Over 170 companies that fit the criteria were invited to apply to join the C100. The Selection Committee selected tealbook as one of 22 companies that demonstrates the potential and determination required to be considered one of Canada’s most promising startups.
48Hrs is a valuable program for growing startups hoping to become more connected to the C100, a non-profit, member-driven organization built by successful Canadian investors, entrepreneurs, and executives living in Silicon Valley that offers Canadian founders access to the venture capital, mentorship and knowledge necessary for growth at a global scale. This is an opportunity to meet with the peers, advisors, and investors who are in a position to support tealbook’s vision of reimagined supplier discovery.
“The opportunity to focus on tealbook’s value proposition and business model in this entrepreneurial, innovation-driven environment is exactly what we need at this point in our growth cycle,” said Stephany Lapierre, founder and CEO of tealbook. “Even this year’s theme – ‘Capital Matters: Human. Financial. Social’ – is a precise match for the tealbook value proposition.”
Be sure to follow tealbook and the rest of the December cohort of the C100 in the coming weeks on Twitter using #c100 and @theC100.
tealbook is the comprehensive, next-generation supplier knowledge platform. We help companies instantly access and share trusted supplier intelligence to significantly reduce the time and effort of supplier discovery and exponentially increase the scale and productivity of procurement teams. tealbook also helps improve collaboration with internal partners. With tealbook, supplier connections and intelligence are centralized and combined with aggregate endorsements from industry peers and data from Dun & Bradstreet’s common language taxonomy. Suppliers can easily self-update profiles with news, blog/web content and social media activity, providing companies with a valuable, first-hand perspective. For trusted intelligence, instant supplier identification, and elevated industry knowledge, tealbook is your solution. For more information, visit www.tealbook.com or Twitter: @tealbook. Source :