Collision to return to personal format this year with the Toronto Conference

TORONTO – International Technology Conference Collision says it will return to host a personal event this year in Toronto.

TORONTO – International Technology Conference Collision says it will return to host a personal event this year in Toronto.

Organizers sent out emails today announcing early-bird tickets for a “live, physical” collision that they say will be held in the city between June 20 and 23.

It marks a return for Collision to the personal format organizers that were canceled in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and the conference moved online.

Collision, which jumps to a new city every few years, was supposed to call Toronto home from 2019 to 2021, but the pandemic prompted organizers to extend their stay in the city by an extra year.

The festival called “the Olympics of tech” is attended by at least 33,000 entrepreneurs, startups and investors and has attracted presentations from tech heavyweights at Amazon, Facebook and Apple and other stars including David Beckham, Ryan Reynolds.

Collision has not yet released the series for this year, but announces several COVID-19 protocols, including a policy that allows guests to transfer their ticket to next year or receive a refund if they warn the conference before March 31st.

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on January 26, 2022.

The Canadian press

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