Press Release: tealbook Wins ‘Biggest Upside Potential’ Award at 48 Hours in the Valley
TORONTO – Dec. 14, 2016 – PRLog — tealbook, the most trusted source of peer driven supplier intelligence and discovery for enterprise, won the prestigious award for Biggest Upside Potential at C100’s ’48 Hours in the Valley’ entrepreneurial event in San Francisco, CA.
tealbook went through a competitive application process and was one of only 20 companies out of a pool of 170 selected by the C100 to be part of their winter cohort.
“This was an amazing opportunity to meet with the peers, advisors, and investors able to accelerate tealbook’s vision for reimagined supplier discovery,” said Stephany Lapierre, founder and CEO of tealbook. “Clearly, the pitch competition demonstrated that our business model holds significant upside potential for our customers and investors.”
48 Hours is run by the C100, a non-profit, member-driven organization built by successful Canadian investors, entrepreneurs, and executives living in Silicon Valley. 48 Hours offers Canadian founders access to the venture capital, mentorship, and knowledge necessary for growth at a global scale.
tealbook is the most trusted source of peer driven supplier intelligence and discovery for enterprise. By helping companies instantly access and share trusted supplier intelligence, tealbook significantly reduces the time and effort required for supplier discovery and exponentially increases the scale and productivity of procurement teams. tealbook also helps improve collaboration with internal partners. With tealbook, supplier connections and intelligence are centralized and combined with aggregate endorsements from industry peers and data from Dun & Bradstreet’s common language taxonomy. Suppliers can easily self-update profiles with news, blog/web content and social media activity, providing companies with a valuable, first-hand perspective. For trusted intelligence, instant supplier identification, and elevated industry knowledge, tealbook is your solution. For more information, visit www.tealbook.com or Twitter: @tealbook.