Collision, one of the world's biggest tech conferences, is scheduled from June 26 to 29 in Toronto, Canada, serving as a gathering ground for individuals and companies at the forefront of reshaping the global tech industry.
With over 2,000 startups, 250+ partners, 950+ investors, and representatives from 140+ countries, Collision brings together a diverse and vibrant community. The conference attracts the attention of over 1,250 journalists, ensuring extensive media coverage and more than 40,000 attendees, providing a dynamic platform for networking, collaboration, and innovation in the tech world.
Representatives from various cities and regions within the Choose Europe initiative will come together for the first time to exhibit at Collision 2023, aiming to promote Europe and highlight the advantages of working, living, and investing in Europe to a global audience.
Catalonia is one of the driving regions of Choose Europe, the first European alliance of 14 cities and regions that aims to position Europe as the ideal location for foreign investment. Collision's visitors can contact our ACCIÓ-Catalonia Trade & Investment team of experts at the Choose Europe stand, located at E153 across from the Main Stage.
Join us at Collision 2023 Conference for two exciting activities:
- Come to our side event at our Choose Europe booth on Tuesday, June 27, from 12:00 to 14:00, featuring refreshments and food.
- Be a part of our masterclass 'Lead the change: Choose Europe – Transitioning to a new world' between 16:30 – 17:30 on Tuesday, June 27. Location – Masterclass room 4.
About Choose Europe
Choose Europe is a groundbreaking project initiated by a group of European investment promotion agencies that recognizes the importance of working together to attract foreign direct investment and talent and to create a more sustainable and united Europe for the future.
Choose Europe's network comprises prominent European cities and regions – Amsterdam, Barcelona-Catalonia, Berlin, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Lyon, Oslo, Paris, Riga, Stockholm, Vienna, Warsaw, and Zurich. These cities and regions share common values, including cross-border collaboration, a commitment to sustainable development, and a high-quality work-life balance. Their leadership in addressing global challenges has established them as frontrunners in the international landscape.
To learn more about the Choose Europe project and the participating European cities and regions, please visit www.chooseeurope.eu.