At Night Summit at Collision.
And that was far from all over the three days of Collision.
19,732 people from 119 countries joined us at Collision in New Orleans.
42.6 percent of attendees came as part of our Women in Tech program.
Lauren Crampsie, Global CMO, Ogilvy, at PandaConf, Collision
173 questions were asked by attendees at our Q&A stage, which included sessions with Coca-Cola CTO Alan Boehme, astronaut Mike Massimino and Wyclef Jean.
Hip hop superstar on the Collision Q&A Stage
Talks were favorited 7,525 times on the Collision app.
Tyler Oakley and GLAAD CEO Sarah Kate Ellis live on Center Stage
The most favorited talk was A conversation with Chris Sacca – a two-hour chat with Sacca and CNN’s Laurie Segall.
Chris Sacca on Collision Center Stage
Thank you so damn much, New Orleans. They had us scheduled for 45 minutes. We took it to over two hours. I love you. https://t.co/tN6CTrmx48— Chris Sacca (@sacca) May 3, 2017
Four dogs. Because everything’s better with dogs. Here’s Wally in registration.
605 amazing startups, including UVEye, Otto Radio and Aclima.
600+ startup-investor meetings for our Office Hours program, with 500 Startups, Union Square Ventures, Greycroft Partners, Insight Venture Partners and Lakestar taking part.
BETA startups at Collision
Two pre-content meditation sessions.
102 musicians at Night Summit.
BB King Blues Club, Night Summit, May 3
And 51,001 drinks.
We had 631 international media, with journalists from Wall Street Journal, Inc, Mashable, Recode, The Verge, VentureBeat, Fast Company and more.
Was it special?
Just a lil bit.