Collision is taking place in Toronto, in person, from June 20-23 and U of T is delighted to be taking part as a community partner.

What is Collision?

Collision is North America’s fastest-growing tech conference, an annual event welcoming market leaders, tech experts and the media to determine where the world is heading next. It’s widely recognized as “the Olympics of tech.”

After two consecutive years of hosting the conference online, it’s preparing to return to the Enercare Centre in Toronto from June 20-23, 2022, and expects to welcome more than 33,000 attendees.

Ticketing options

INSPIRE is the student program at Collision, offering students the chance to access Collision for free as part of their studies. The INSPIRE program offers the exact same access to Collision as our general attendee tickets*, which are currently priced at CA$599.

INSPIRE tickets include:
● Full access to the Collision exhibition floor on all three days of the event
● 300+ talks across 20+ content tracks
● Access to the Collision mobile app, which can be used to discover talks, connect with other attendees, and download new contacts
*No access to Collision After Dark events

Students must be over 18 years of age and be enroled in a full-time degree course of any level. Tickets are available free of charge through partner institutions.

U of T students can apply for tickets by filling out this application form.

The Indigenous Attendee Program is aimed at creating a culturally safe space at Collision for attendees from the Inuit, Métis and First Nations communities.

The program offers complimentary full access to all three days of Collision 2022, including the exhibition floor, 430 talks across 30-plus tracks, and our after-hours Night Summit events. Attendees will also have access to the Collision apps – ideal event companions for networking, connecting, and exploring before, during and after the conference.

Tickets are available free of charge to anyone from Canada’s Inuit, Métis and First Nations communities who is over the age of 18 and who has a genuine interest in attending Collision.

Tickets under the Indigenous Attendee Program offer the exact same access as our general attendee tickets, which are currently priced at US$559 (incl. taxes).

Interest will be assessed through a brief online application process asking for basic attendee details and for a short, reflective piece explaining why you want to attend Collision.

Please contact melanie.langemeyer@utoronto.ca to learn more.

Join Collision’s Women in Tech network for your chance to get 90% off Collision tickets for you and a friend, relative or colleague. That’s just CA$67.20 for two tickets.

You’ll also get access to exclusive women in tech extras, including the Women in Tech Lounge (brought to you by RBC), masterclasses and roundtables.

Only attendees who identify as women can gain admission to Collision on a Women in Tech ticket.

Join the network here.

U of T Entrepreneurship community members are eligible for a 10% discount. Please contact entrepreneurs@utoronto.ca to request the discount code.

Collision shines a light on early-stage startups with outstanding potential, connecting them with the world’s most influential names.

Apply here.

Please note Collision is an in-person event taking place at the Enercare Centre in Toronto from June 20-23. Please only register or request tickets if you are confident you will attend.

U of T Innovation Ecosystem
Presentation and Campus Tour

The week of Collision, U of T Entrepreneurship and the Innovations & Partnerships Office will be hosting presentations in our ONRamp co-working and event space followed by optional tours of U of T’s St. George campus, located in the heart of downtown Toronto.