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30 avr
avril 30, 2018 (Jour entier) - mai 3, 2018 (Jour entier)
900 Convention Center Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70130
États-Unis
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The Canadian Securities Exchange is pleased to once again attend the Collision tech conference from April 30th to May 3rd in New Orleans. Cited as “America’s fastest growing tech conference”, Collision is a collection of 16 individual conferences and networking events focused around areas such as SaaS, robotics, big data, marketing, design, and much more.

As a popular technology conference, Collision draws thousands of attendees including, over 3750 CEOs, and over 5600 companies from more than 120 countries for three exciting days of presentations, discussions, workshops, and more.

For startups, there is also the PITCH competition where the top 70 startups that apply will have the opportunity to present in front of distinguished investor panels, influential media, and global partners.

This year’s lineup of 300 speakers includes: Al Gore, Chairman of Generation Investment Management, Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, and Suzanne DiBianca, Chief Philanthropy Officer of Salesforce, just to name a few.

Click here for more information, including how to register.

 

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Date: 
lun avril 30 - jeu mai 3
Heure: 
(Jour entier)
Catégories d'événements: 
Conferences
site web de l'événement: 
https://collisionconf.com/

Venue

Ernest N. Morial Convention Center

900 Convention Center Blvd
New Orleans, LA 70130
États-Unis+ Google Map
Téléphone: 
504-582-3000
Site web: 
http://www.mccno.com/

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