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Madhup Verma, Founder and CEO of VTeamLabs at the CIC conference

VTeamLabs Collaborates in the Cascadia Ecosystem

We are happy to showcase our involvements in the “Future is Cascadia” workshop. A pedestal for sharing ideas and innovations, the Cascadia Innovation Corridor Conference involves key stakeholders in the fields of technology and academia.  We would like to highlight our appreciation to Vancouver Hub of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers, Simon Fraser University’s Public Square, the Business Council of BC (BCBC), BC TECH, the Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network, and Innovate BC for organizing the workshop.

We are excited to focus our involvement in this years upcoming Cascadia Innovation Corridor Conference in Vancouver B.C. on October 9th to 10th.  

For more information on the Cascadia Innovation Corridor, please visit the website: http://www.cascadiaconference.com/

VTeamLabs Attends the Prestigious Open edX 2018 Conference in Montreal, Canada 5/30/2018

VTeamLabs attended the Open edX conference in Montreal, Canada. Through similar events, we aim to share our knowledge among other members of the global Open edX community. We are honored to be part of this exciting and educational event.

Our employees along with, the founder & CEO, Mr. Madhup Verma attended the conference and got the opportunity to meet Mr. Anant Aggarwal, founder of Open edX. We were thrilled to be part of such a vibrant community of great leaders and consultants who share innovative ideas and work.

VTeamLabs gained an insight into the new directions in Open edX’s architecture and what others in the community are working on. Our team is excited to use this knowledge to broaden its horizons, develop and customize the Open edX platform in line with the changing trends.

VTeamLabs Takes Part in the Annual BC Tech Summit 5/21/2018

VTeamLabs is a proud participant in the BC Digital Technology Supercluster, securing an innovative economy for BC ,Vancouver, Canada. Microsoft & BC companies to invest in Canadian tech cluster establishing BC and Canada as global leaders in digital technology. Learn more about the BC Teach Summit here.

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VTeam Labs is proud to be a part of Cascadia Venture accelaration network (CVAN) 12/8/2017

We thank our Canadian partners, Canadian Consulate General in Seattle, Vancouver Economic Commission and BC Tech Association for the endorsement and support on the successful launch of VTeamLabs (Canada) Limited. VTeamLabs is delighted to be part of Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network’s focused effort at nurturing the mutual spirit of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship between private, non-profit and research entities within British Columbia, Washington, and Oregon. VTeamLabs aims to not only create professional opportunities for high skill talent development but also support the promise of Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network’s mission.
For more information on Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network, visit

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Arnav Nath, Business Development Executive

VTeamLab’s Foray into Learning & Education Vertical

VTeamLabs is proud to announce its growing network presence within the field of educational technology worldwide. Our engineering expertise on Open edX platform has led to tremendous growth opportunities as partners with Microsoft and edX.org worldwide. Our deep engagements with Microsoft has given us the ability to leverage this platform for better learning and educational initiatives aside from addressing Enterprise skills initiatives worldwide.

We are happy to introduce our newest hire. Arnav Nath graduated from University of Washington and is keen to be at the forefront of such global initiatives. We welcome Arnav to the growing learning and education vertical business of VTeamLabs worldwide.

Photo of Madhup Verma

Madhup Verma, Founder & CEO, VTeam Labs

Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network Combines 50 NW Founders

A memo of understanding has been signed by close to 50 Pacific Northwest organizations including educational institutions, life science research networks, laboratories and new venture groups affirming the creation of the Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network, which will operate as a consortium supporting entrepreneurs and researchers across British Columbia, Washington state and Oregon.