Tradeteq and reDock are two promising startups that were supported in 2017 by CDL-Montréal, a startup program for technology companies with high growth potential. Through this initiative which was based in HEC Montréal, both companies benefited from the expertise of a Canadian network of universities and industrial partners in terms of entrepreneurship and artificial intelligence.
In December 2017, Executive Education HEC Montréal was tasked with setting up CDL-Montréal, the Quebec avatar of the pan-Canadian program called Creative Destruction Lab. This initiative provides an opportunity for HEC Montréal to support the development and valorization of technology companies and to assert its role as a leading player in Montréal’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
At the end of its first year, CDL-Montréal had already supervised 25 startups in the early stages of their development. The Montréal program continues to recruit beyond Canada's borders.
“We had access to a strong network of expertise, both with regard to marketing, and to product development and the promotion of reDock. Our position now is better than ever before.”
“CDL put us in touch with the scientific community in Montréal, as well as with an entrepreneurial ecosystem, thanks to which Tradeteq might consider expanding to North America.”
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