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COLLISION 2021 “The Olympics” of Tech

April 12, 2021 @ 4:00 pm

Free student ticket giveaway to Collision 2021

Calling all George Brown College Students!!  Thanks to our amazing collaboration partnership with Collision we are pleased to announce the launch of FREE Collision Tickets! Are you a budding tech entrepreneur or a student interested in how tech will change the industry you plan to be part of after your graduation?  Sign up today for your chance to attend The Olympics of Tech and be part of the COLLISION 2021 Conference.

Entries must be submitted before 4:00 p.m. Monday, April 12, 2021. Successful applicants will be emailed their Free Collision  Tickets registration details by Friday, April 16, 2021

CLICK HERE TO APPLYOnly open to valid GeorgeBrown.ca email address holders


Once again Collision is committed to helping promote the number of women entering tech businesses.  In honour of our women in tech tickets launch, we’re highlighting some of the unmissable female speakers joining us online this April.

Heather Brunner, chairwoman and CEO, WP Engine
Susan Bailey, president, American Medical Association
Rebecca Lynn, co-founder and general partner, Canvas Ventures
Jessica Lessin, founder and editor-in-chief, The Information

Women in tech tickets launch
We’re launching women in tech tickets for Collision 2021! We’re committed to working towards gender parity in the tech industry. Since 2015, we’ve offered discounted tickets to women in tech to add crucial skills, expertise and perspectives to our events.

Network with, learn from and hear from expert speakers across every industry, all from the comfort of your home. Tickets are on sale for US$19.99 (excluding tax) – a discount of 80%!

Advertising in 2021
Just when we thought digital had won…we saw lots of creative spins on traditional advertising media in 2020. Will this set off some unexpected trends within the industry? We took a look at some of the most iconic advertising media and discussed their relevance in a post-pandemic world.