In its first year in Canada, North America’s fastest-growing technology conference has officially announced it has now reached maximum capacity for this year’s Collision event, to be held in Toronto’s Enercare Centre from May 20 – 23.

The size of Collision’s now sold-out floor space is set to be seven times larger than Collison 2018, formerly held in New Orleans. The size of the space has also surpassed its flagship event, Web Summit. This year’s Collision is also bringing more than twice as many speakers, startups and investors compared to last year’s conference.

“Canada is having a moment and we can see this with the level of interest for this year’s Collision and its first year since moving it out of the United States. Filling the Enercare has definitely exceeded all expectations. We are however working closely with a small number of companies who were oversold space for this year's event, though only less than 1% of companies were affected.” – Paddy Cosgrave, Founder and CEO of Web Summit.

Collision has attracted a great deal of international interest to Toronto. Nearly 70 government and trade delegations will attend from 55 countries across all continents. Tech giants such as Google, AWS, Airbnb, Microsoft, Cisco, Stripe and Slack alongside a number of multinationals like KPMG, Volvo, Siemens and Johnson&Johnson are also partnering over the four-day event.

This year’s line-up include a variety of speakers, from tech gurus such as Ev Williams the founder of Medium and Kara Swisher from Recode, to actors like Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Additionally, the conference will host six new tracks this year, covering e even more topics such as corporate innovation, fintech and health-tech to name a few.