BEC, formally often called Birmingham Enterprise Neighborhood, has been chosen by the Excessive Fee of Canada to ship mentoring assist providers for the Canadian Expertise Accelerator Programme that can assist 12 modern Canadian expertise companies in enterprise software program to enter the UK market.
BEC is a not-for-profit organisation that helps entrepreneurs and start-ups by means of a spread of providers and programmes. It has a confirmed monitor report of supporting companies to achieve the UK and abroad – having supported companies from over 19 international locations.
The Canadian Expertise Accelerator Programme is an initiative that helps Canadian expertise firms to speed up their progress in international markets by means of mentorship, networking alternatives, and entry to potential clients, traders, and to sources that may assist these firms succeed overseas.
BEC can be offering mentoring assist providers, utilising its community of over 35 sector-leading mentors, to the 12 Canadian tech companies chosen for the programme.
This can embody one-on-one teaching, recommendation on market entry and progress methods, and entry to BEC’s intensive community of contacts within the UK. BEC is happy to be a part of this initiative and is dedicated to supporting these companies all through their journey.
“We’re delighted to have been chosen to assist the Canadian Expertise Accelerator Programme,” mentioned Daniel Evans, CEO of BEC (pictured).
“The standard of the chosen companies is immense and we’re trying ahead to working with them to achieve the UK market.”