Join us at Collision, wherever you are in the world
Although Toronto, Canada won’t physically host again until June 2021 and the trade mission with a Netherlands Lounge and matchmaking for Dutch tech businesses had to be postponed
for the same reason, we still encourage everyone to benefit from the virtual event. After all, with its global talent pool, strengths in AI, fintech, enterprise tech and manufacturing tech, Canada is a great place to do business and connect with cutting-edge technology companies!
Collision from Home.
Three days. 100 hours of content. Thousands of valuable connections.
Think of it like working from home: Collision from Home attendees will participate from wherever they are in the world, livestreaming talks from tech CEOs, international policymakers and global cultural figures. They’ll chat and connect with each other through the bespoke Collision from Home app and they’ll engage with some of the world’s most influential companies and fastest growing startups.
According to Collision "We’ve built our own software over many years, which drives all our events. Though the software was originally built to enhance attendees’ offline experience, we believe we can develop it to a point where we can host Collision 2020 online."
Last year (2019), the Dutch Trade Mission to Collision including 'Women in Tech' activities, as well as a Netherlands Lounge, was a great success.
This year, in the lead-up to Collision, the Consulate-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Toronto will co-organize a free webinar on the opportunity-rich Toronto region that has established itself as the tech hub of North America. Full details here.
Several organisations have teamed up to share what Canada has to offer for Dutch companies and how we can facilitate you to start doing business in Canada.
This joint initiative by Toronto Global, the Canadian Trade Commissionaires Services in The Hague, the Netherlands Canada Chamber of Commerce, the NFIA Canada, RVO and the Consulate-General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Toronto, is a unique opportunity to learn more about what Canada has to offer for Dutch companies and how these organisations can facilitate you to start doing business in Canada. We can help facilitate curated virtual Business-to-Business (B2B) connections for those interested in connecting with innovative Canadian technology companies or trade partners.
Interested in B2B sessions, general attendance and/or the 2021 Trade mission to Collision?
Eligible Dutch businesses can receive a complimentary pass to Collision From Home. If you are interested in the B2B sessions, send your contact information to email@example.com. For general attendance, please connect with firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a ticket. Spaces are limited!
If you are interested in doing business in Canada and learning more about the 2021 Trade mission to Collision, please contact email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.Collision Conference