One of the world’s largest tech conferences is landing in Toronto next month, and it’s bringing with it some epic speakers, including a few famous musicians.
Now in its fifth year, Collision has grown from 1,000 to an expected 25,000 attendees last year. Created by the team behind Web Summit, the largest and most influential tech event, Collision attracts CEOs of the world’s largest companies, founders of exciting startups, leading investors, and media from more than 120 countries.
And Toronto has secured three upcoming Collision conferences in 2019, 2020, and 2021, a move that builds on the region’s momentum as a hub for technology and innovation while leveraging the strength of Ontario and Canada as diverse and inclusive.
While the summit takes place over three days, the event doesn’t stop as the evenings roll on.
In fact, the Night Summit continues into the evening hours, offering a taste of Toronto’s liveliest and most iconic bars.
Every night during Collision, attendees will take over a new neighbourhood in Toronto. From street parties to more intimate networking events, Night Summit has something for everyone.
Toronto’s Collision Conference will include pub crawls hosted by special guests, including Jillionaire of Major Lazer. And to keep things interesting, half of the anticipation is wondering who might be leading yours.
Some of the most valuable connections are made after hours, and Night Summit will prove that Collision isn’t your standard conference.
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“It’s business, but not as usual,” the conference’s description reads.
Get ready to experience the best of Toronto by the city lights.
In order to take part in the Night Summit, you’ll need to have a ticket to Collision.
Once you’ve got your ticket on-hand, just keep an eye on your inbox for details on how to sign up.
Night Summit at Collision Conference
When: May 20 – 23, 2019, after 8 pm
Where: Enercare Centre, Toronto
Tickets: Available online, starting at $595 – Daily Hive discount code: TheDailyHive
Daily Hive is a proud community sponsor of Collision Conference