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Once your startup has reached a certain stage, it’s time to #GoGlobal. But scaling internationally is a big pain point for just about any startup. Join us as we talk about how to internationalize your startup, how Canada can be a great alternative (or addition) to incorporating in the US given the asphyxiating US immigration policy, and what to consider before moving to Canada.

Canada is one of the top startup ecosystems in the world with access to great talent that doesn’t demand the six-plus figure salaries as well as healthy government funding options. Physical proximity is no longer vital, and the world is waking up to the tremendous potential of Canada. Many leading startups, as well as tech giants such as Microsft, Uber, Amazon, and Facebook, have taken to opening offices in Canada.

In this 1-hour webinar, you’ll learn:

- The right time to consider international expansion and/or relocation
- How Canada is set up to be a gateway as your global headquarters
- How your company can get connected to the ecosystem in Canada
- How to access the vast talent pool
- Government funding options
- Case studies and lessons from companies who have setup operations in Canada

Aaron Terwey, Atrium

Aaron counsels startups and investment funds in venture financings from seed-stage, Series A, Series B, and beyond at Atrium. Atrium is a full-service corporate law firm that uses modern technology to give startups a legal experience that is fast, transparent, and price-predictable. Atrium has offered its legal services to over 250 startups, who have raised $500+ million in funding. Atrium recently raised a $65 million Series B round led by Andreessen Horowitz along with Sound Ventures and General Catalyst.

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