Collision is the fastest-growing tech conference in North America, welcoming over 25,000 attendees in 2018. Following the lead of our European event Web Summit, Collision has become a crossroads for the world’s largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world’s most disruptive emerging technology companies.

Collision will take place June 22-25 at the Enercare Centre in Toronto, Canada. The address as it appears on Google is: 100 Princes’ Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3, Canada

The Enercare Centre is served by public trains, buses and streetcars. All trains and buses are accessible – many streetcars are as well, and the Toronto Transit Commission is in the process of upgrading streetcars citywide. You can find more information about accessibility within TTC’s services here. All public transport information is available online, or alternatively, you can take a look at our Collision transport blog for more details.

Limited paid parking is available at the Enercare Centre. Days rates in the underground lot are typically $19.00 per vehicle. Surface lots are typically $16 per vehicle.

We can facilitate accessible parking where required. Please fill in this form in advance so we can best assist. A member of the community support team will contact you shortly after.

The full schedule for Collision will be released closer to the event via our website and Collision mobile app. The main conference days, June 23, 24 and 25 will run from 9am to 5pm. The first day, June 22, consists of pre-registration during the day followed by opening night festivities, Pub Crawls, and Night Summit. ​

You may want to take peripheral activities like the opening and closing Night Summit events into account when making your travel arrangements. Sign up for the Collision newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest schedule announcements.

Yes! There is more information about the different tracks at Collision available online. Your ticket grants you access to the 17 unique tracks happening at Collision, each with a different focus.

Yes! Download this info pack for all kinds of persuasive information about how attending Collision can benefit your company.

Collision is not just a nine to five conference. The best of Collision’s networking happens after hours in bars across Toronto. Pub Summit is a one-night pub crawl, and Night Summit takes over the city from 8pm each night of the conference. Want to know more? Check out the blog dedicated to all things Night Summit.

Collision has partnered with b-network to offer you the best rates on hotels near the conference. Take a look at accommodation options on their website.

The Collision app enables you to chat with other attendees before, during and after the conference. You can also browse the attendee database in the app and set up meetings in advance to help ensure your time in Toronto is as productive as possible. Scan the QR codes of attendees you meet at the conference and download a CSV of these contacts after the event so you can keep in touch.

Food will be available for purchase throughout the event at many different food trucks within the venue. You’re not permitted to bring your own food into the venue, but Collision has tried to ensure that options are available to all attendees and has worked with the venue to accommodate any dietary requirements. There will be water fountains located around the venue to keep you hydrated.

There is no specific dress code for Collision, but people tend to dress smart casual.

Age 3 and under: A child doesn’t require a ticket, but must be chaperoned for the duration of the event.
Age 4 – 16: A ticket is required for both child and chaperone for the duration of the event.
Age 17: A ticket is required, and guardian permission must also be presented at registration.
Age 18+: A ticket is required.
Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied at all times throughout the event.

Sign up to the Collision newsletter if you’d like to stay in the loop on all of the latest announcements. For live updates, follow the conference on Twitter and keep an eye on the #CollisionConf hashtag! You can also find Collision on Instagram and Facebook. Check out the blog for more news and updates.

 

Although we do not engage directly with any embassy, once you purchase a ticket, you can request a confirmation letter by signing into your attendee profile on my.collisionconf.com.
Once signed in, click on your profile picture in the top right corner. You’ll see a drop-down menu with an option to ‘Request confirmation letter’. You will be prompted to fill in your information, which our system will verify after you click submit.

Make sure that we are not accidentally being filtered into your spam folder. And if you have unintentionally hit the ‘unsubscribe’ button at the end our emails, don’t worry! You can resubscribe here.

You can find a map of the venue here or in the Collision app. Once you’re connected to the venue’s wifi, you’ll be able to get directions within the event.

 

Yes, you can find Collision’s anti-harassment policy online.

Collision’s accessibility FAQ is available online.

Yes, we host three conferences around the world. Alongside Collision, we produce RISE in Hong Kong and Web Summit in Lisbon. You can find out more information about our other events here:

Web Summit
RISE