Executive Chairman and co-founder Michel Morvan and VP Inbound Marketing Dylan Kissane will be at Collision Conference this week in Toronto, Canada.
Collision is a three-day conference, touted as the fastest-growing tech conference in North America. Now in its fifth year, Collision has grown to over 25,000 attendees, from over 120 countries. Following the lead of their European event Web Summit, Collision has become a crossroads for the world’s largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world’s most disruptive emerging technology companies.
Collision offers the opportunities to network and learn, and invites the CEOs and founders of the world’s biggest companies, as well as some of the most promising new startups, influential investors and leading journalists. Welcoming people who tackle the big challenges facing industry today, their stages will cover topics ranging from data science and content to autotech and environmental sustainability.
Morvan will grace the Growth Summit stage on Wednesday, 22 May at 2:37pm, discussing predictive analysis and how augmented intelligence is what will really revolutionize the way businesses grow and make decisions. Cosmo Tech currently has three software solutions (Asset, Plan, and Supply Chain) that transform the way decision makers in the energy, utilities, and transport sectors optimize their asset management and operations strategies. In addition to a keynote, Cosmo Tech will also have a stand during all three-days of the conference, located at booth E136. There, attendees will be able to talk to Morvan and Kissane about the benefits of using augmented intelligence and how embracing complexity will allow companies to go further.
Other speakers at Collision include Justin Trudeau, Prime Minster of Canada; Ev Williams, Founder & CEO of Medium; and Seth Rogan, actor and co-founder of Houseplant. With international tech giants and business behemoths on every stage, Collision is brimming with fresh perspectives.
Collision is located at the Enercare Centre in downtown Toronto.