Collision Day Three: Final Pitches, Alexis Ohanian, and One Last Night Summit

America’s fastest growing tech conference Collision had nearly 20,000 registered attendees when programming kicked off two days ago. We covered some highlights Tuesday and Wednesday during the conference and there’s still a full day of keynotes, workshops, panels, pitches and networking events ahead.

More than 200 startups will be exhibiting at Collision today, including the current most viewed companies ParkHub, which provides enterprise solutions for the parking ecosystem, customizable trip planner TripHobo, and home improvement marketplace ServiceWhale.

Collision is also bringing in several big names in tech and entrepreneurship today for sessions on feminism, the worst pitches ever, and a conversation with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian.

In addition to Ohanian as one of the most viewed speakers, Bitmoji co-founder and CEO Ba Blackstock and Blippar CEO Ambarish Mitra also top that list and will all be at Center Stage throughout the day.

Over the last two days, startups from around the world presented at the PITCH Stage, some making their way to the semi-finals yesterday. Three companies will pitch in front of top investors at the final round this afternoon and the winners will be announced a few hours later.

Attendees will gather at Howlin’ Wolf tonight for one last Night Summit, the closing party at Collision. Find the full schedule at