Collision Conference Survey Says Trump Threatens Tech Industry

In a recent reveal of survey results, Collision Conference shared that President Donald Trump is the largest threat to the technology industry.

Collision surveyed 1,268 conference attendees, which included CEOs, investors, founders and developers to find that respondents said Trump is the most agreed upon threat at 38.5 percent, followed by China at 28 percent, working regulations at 20 percent and lack of funding at 15 percent.

President Trump’s stance on immigration will seriously damage America’s ability to innovate, according to an overwhelming 85% of respondents,” shared a Collision representative. “The proportion of respondents saying this was remarkably similar for US and non-US respondents. Broken down further, around 80% of C-level executives in the survey said the same.

Collision is America’s fastest growing tech conference that is heading to New Orleans for the second time next month. Organizers are expecting around 20,000 attendees.

Headline speakers include: Chris Sacca, Founder & Chairman, Lowercase Capital; Jessica Alba, Founder, Honest Company; Alexis Ohanian, Co-Founder, Reddit; and Kenneth Roth, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch.

For more information about Collision, visit