Collision Conference Toronto 2020 - canceled by the organization
22 to 25 June 2020
Uruguay XXI will participate for the second time in Collision, one of the largest technology and innovation events in the world, together with Uruguayan companies and startups.
The event will take place in Toronto, Canada, from June 22 to 25. Uruguay's participation aims at promoting the Uruguayan technology industry and innovation in this market.
It is a conference that hosts a significant number of independent conferences, as well as networking instances. The event brings together more than 25,000 attendees from over 5,000 companies from 120 countries, among which some 4,000 CEOs are present.
How can I participate in Collision?
Alpha Startup Package (Limited to 10 seats): This modality allows the startup to exhibit with a booth during one of the days of the conference with 3 tickets included. In addition to having access to the conference activities (+1000 talks + exhibition floor + workshops + night summits + app of the event to contact attendees), your startup will be eligible for the Pitch session, access to the "Request investor meetings" with access to the entire base of investors present at the event and the meetings with mentors.
The companies that apply for this modality must go through a review process in charge of Uruguay XXI, and a final selection in charge of the organization of the Collision.
General Attendee Ticket: This modality consists of a generic ticket that allows participation in the entire conference with access to more than 1000 talks and the exhibition floor, access to workshops and networking events (Night Summits). In addition, through the event's app it is possible to have access to the entire attendee base with the possibility of contacting them.
On the other hand, Uruguay will have a country stand on the exhibition floor which will be accessible during the 3 days.
Contact e-mail: Isabella Antonaccio email@example.com
*In the next weeks we will be updating the web with the costs of both modalities.
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