Collision 2023: Trade Commissioner Service Innovate with Canada Business-to-Business Program

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Date: June 20 to June 29, 2023
Venue: Virtual and Beanfield Centre
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Target Audience: Export ready Canadian companies in the tech industry.
Sector: Automotive, Clean technologies, Defence and security, Financial and insurance services, Industrial machinery, Information and communications technologies, Infrastructure, Life sciences, Transportation

Event Description:

Collision, one of the world’s biggest tech conferences, will be returning to Toronto from June 26-29, 2023. Collision brings together the brightest minds in tech and offers an excellent venue to showcase new and innovative technologies and connect with global business opportunities. This year, it is anticipated that more than 40,000 tech and innovation enthusiasts will attend Collision.

In 2022, our network of Trade Commissioners recruited more than 200 qualified foreign companies and investors from the United States, Mexico, Europe, South America, Asia and Africa to meet with Canadian companies though our curated business program on the margins of the event. The Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) business-to-business (B2B) program resulted in over 750+ business meetings, facilitating many new international business connections and leads for our Canadian clients. 

Once again, we will be leveraging this event to organize a B2B matchmaking program to connect cutting-edge Canadian technology companies with global corporate technology buyers and venture capital (VC) investors. There are two components to our B2B program this year. You are invited to participate in one or both B2B programs: 

Register to attend

*There is no cost to participate in the TCS Collision B2B Program. If you intend to participate in in-person meetings from June 27-29, you will need to purchase a Collision Conference ticket to access the B2B meeting site (Beanfield Centre).  You do not need a Collision Conference ticket to take part in the virtual B2Bs from June 20-22.

Collision is offering discounted tickets to Women in Tech and complimentary tickets to select startups. Please check out the links below for more information.

Collision Conference 2023: Women in Tech tickets

Collision Conference organizers are offering a limited number of discounted tickets for women working in tech industries. Learn more about the women in tech network and get tickets at a reduced rate.

Collision Conference 2023: ALPHA Startup Program

Collision Conference organizers are currently accepting applications to join their Startup ALPHA program. Chosen startups will receive:

Apply now for the ALPHA Startup Program.

Why your organization should participate:

Trade Commissioner(s) involvement:

Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Service

Trade Commissioner, Rowena Ko ( specializes in the innovation sector for the Ontario region market and can provide information on this event and advice on business development. 

The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service offers services free of charge to Canadian exporters and companies that meet our client criteria.

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