AccelerateAB celebrates the best of Alberta’s technology scene.
The annual event brings together leaders, investors, influencers and supporters of Alberta’s technology ecosystem, with the goal of leveraging the success of the next generation of technology entrepreneurs across the province.
AccelerateAB is all about creating collisions between early-stage and late-stage startups, angel investors, venture capitalists, service providers, government agencies, and more, making this THE tech event to attend, year after year. AccelerateAB alternates hosting between Calgary and Edmonton each year.
Save the date Edmonton
Proudly hosted by the A100, the AccelerateAB Roundtables are an opportunity for scaling or growth stage Alberta-based tech companies that have demonstrated traction to connect with experienced entrepreneurs who have built, scaled, and exited technology startups themselves.
This year, the Roundtables will take place at the Edmonton Convention Centre on the morning of Tuesday, November 9, 2021. The deadline to apply is 5pm MST, Friday, October 8, 2021.
Curious about what’s really happening in the Alberta tech scene? New in 2021, AccelerateAB Backstage will showcase innovative local tech companies and their founding teams via exclusive in-person open houses, tours and discussions throughout the afternoon of November 9.
Capacity for each immersive Backstage experience will vary depending on the host companies. Participants can build their own hands-on Backstage experience when registration opens in October!
What to Expect
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