Frequently Asked Questions
What is Collision?
Collision is “America’s fastest growing tech conference” created by the team behind Web Summit. In four years, Collision has grown to 20,000 attendees from more than 50 countries. Attendees include CEOs of both the world’s fastest growing startups and the world’s largest companies, alongside leading investors and media.
Where is Collision?
Collision will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
What does my Collision ticket entitle me to?
A standard Collision ticket grants you entry to Collision 2017 May 2 – 4 as well as access to Collision satellite events, networking events and Night Summit parties. A premium ticket includes all of the above and access to the VIP networking lounge where there will be a mix of top startups and investors. A platinum ticket will include all of the above plus access to the speakers lounge. For any ticket enquires email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I register for Collision?
To register for Collision, you must download our app which will be available to download closer to the time. Here you will find your QR code. Please present this along with photo ID at registration.
How do I propose a speaker for Collision?
We pride ourselves on putting the leading voices from technology on stage at our events. We’re always looking to collaborate with innovative founders and CEOs to create engaging content for our attendees. If you would like to propose a speaker, please fill in the form here. If we think there could be a good fit, a member of our team will be in touch with you.
What does a Women in Tech ticket entitle me to?
A Women in Tech ticket is the equivalent to a standard ticket and entitles you to entry to Collision May 2-4, 2017 as well as access to Collision satellite events, networking events and parties.This includes the following benefits: Access to all stage talks Access to exhibition floor Access to attendee database during event Ability to contact attendees during event Wristband to Night Summit Email support Phone support
Can I transfer my ticket to another person during the conference?
No, each ticket is valid to be used by one person only for the duration of the conference.
I can’t attend Collision anymore. Can I get a refund?
Unfortunately not. We have a strict no refunds policy, which you can find in our Terms and Conditions. You can however change the name on your ticket prior to the event, and have someone else go in your place.
How do I change the name on my ticket?
You can watch this short video to guide you through the simple process of reassigning your ticket.
Do you have any hotel recommendations?
For more information on hotel recommendations please email email@example.com.
Is there a schedule available?
A detailed schedule will be made available closer to the event. It will be available on our website and in our attendee app.
Do you pay for travel?
Unfortunately, we can’t pay for travel expenses.
I’m interested in a media pass for the event, who do I contact?
If you would like to cover Web Summit in a media capacity, you can do so by filling out our Media Accreditation Application Form. For information on media at Web Summit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m interested in partnering with the event, who do I contact?
For partnership queries please contact email@example.com.
I’m interested in investor opportunities at Collision, who do I contact?
For information on investors at Collision please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m interested in working for Collision, who do I contact?
For a listing of current jobs at Collision, please see our careers page here.
I’m interested in volunteering at Collision, how do I apply?
You can apply to volunteer at Collision here.
Are there any other events coming up?
How can I get the latest updates about the event?
Do you have an Anti Harassment Policy?
Yes, you can find our Anti Harassment policy here.