The city of Toronto will be bustling next week as the massive Canadian convention, Collision will be setting up in the Enercare Centre from May 20-23. This convention will be bringing tons of A-List celebrities with it who are involved in the tech and entrepreneurial industries. This year at Collision Conference, Justin Trudeau and Seth Rogen will even be in attendance to discuss their business tactics.

Collision gathers tons of founders and CEOs of technology companies every year to help inspire and teach entrepreneurs the ins and outs of the business. With a jammed pack schedule, this conference is full of programming and events that will mainly focus on the tech and start-up industries. 

At this conference, tons of top founders and political figures will be in attendance to talk about their companies and goals. Among them, will be political figures such as the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau. 

Described as a feminist and advocate for youth & the middle class, it is predicted that these topics will be two that he may be bringing to light at this conference. Toronto Mayor John Tory will also be in attendance to the event.

Seth Rogen will also be making an appearance at the conference, but not as the famous actor that we all know him as. Rogen will be making an appearance as a co-founder of Houseplant, a Canadian cannabis company. 

Of course, besides Justin Trudeau and Seth Rogen, there are a few other names that you may recognize within the business world. For example, attendees can also expect to see Steve Aoki there, a 2x Grammy-nominated DJ who is the founder of the record label and clothing line Dim Mak. 

Akon will also be in attendance where he will discuss his new cryptocurrency called Akoin and his vision that he has for the coin, especially in developing communities. 

Tickets for the conference are still on sale, and if you're interested in checking out the exhibits, you can view their website here.


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