Tech company gets by with a little help from its friends from the north

Lenny Rachitsky and Beau Haugh launched their startup, Localmind, which seeks to help people looking for information about specific places, in January. The founders got some important help from a group of Canadian entrepreneurs, executives and venture capitalists known as the C100 and took part in a program called 48 Hours In The Valley. The C100 helped the company to establish a relationship with Apple and find it office space in San Francisco.

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