CABHI’s Mentorship, Capital, and Continuation (MC2) Program, in partnership with National Bank, offers MC2 Capital, a first-of-its-kind investment program dedicated to supporting early-stage Canadian healthtech and fintech companies, and MC2 Validation, which provides funding and support for validation activities as well as access to end user feedback through CABHI’s LEAP platform and Innovation Network.
To date, CABHI innovators and companies have secured more than $500M CAD in carry-on investments and more than 50% of CABHI companies have received follow-on funding.
CABHI alumni include:
Digital physical therapy provider Sword Health, which recently attained unicorn status (valued at $2B)
Virtual care platform Akira Health, acquired by TELUS Health
Neurohealth technology company BrainFx, acquired by Highmark Innovations, Inc.
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What Our Companies Say about CABHI
CEO & Founder, Hyivy
“The MC2 program from CABHI came at an important time for Hyivy at a stage where we were ramping up manufacturing, regulatory, clinical trials, and growing our company. They have provided connections, resources, advice, and a handful of opportunities to help us continue on the path of success”
Founder & CEO, IRegained Inc.
“IRegained Inc. benefited enormously from the MC2 Capital program offered by CABHI. In addition to funding, access to CABHI’s network of mentors and advisors continues to play a significant role in our business development and go-to-market strategies. CABHI’s staff are always accessible and have supported us throughout this journey. I would strongly recommend CABHI to all start-ups operating in this space”
CEO & Co-Founder, Welbi
“CABHI and the MC2 Capital program have opened important doors for Welbi. Their large network in the senior living industry has allowed us to accelerate our growth. The CABHI team is always there for us, ready to help, and we are grateful to be part of their portfolio.”
Founder & CEO, Cosm Medical
“CABHI’s MC2 Capital program has been great. We worked together with CABHI on projects including value framework, health economics, and non-dilutive grant funding. I would recommend CABHI to any healthtech startup looking for a value-added investor!”