McCafferty & Co Founder Colin McCafferty to Speak at Collision Conference in Las Vegas

McCafferty & Co Founder Colin McCafferty to Speak at Collision Conference in Las Vegas

McCafferty & Co Founder Colin McCafferty to Speak at Collision Conference in Las Vegas

May 4, 2015

Los Angeles, CA (May 4, 2015) – Founder and Managing Partner of McCafferty & Company, Colin McCafferty, will be participating in the “Follow The Money” panel discussion at the upcoming 2015 Collision Conference held in Las Vegas.  McCafferty will be discussing the trends surrounding venture-fueled startups, his expertise with M&A in the media and tech space, and where the smart money is going.

Collision is a new major U.S. tech conference by the same people that produce F.ounders and Web Summit, Europe’s largest technology event.  Founders of Twitter, Pinterest, Netflix, Skype, Zappos, Tesla, Dropbox and hundreds more have attended these events.  Collision produces a uniquely high-quality speakers list, including some of the most successful venture capitalists and angel investors in tech.

At last year’s event, 1,500 attendees attended from all over the globe, including business leaders from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Box.  This year, thousands of people interested in new ideas that are changing our daily lives will meet and learn from the people shaping the future of the world, faster and further than any generation in history.

The two-day Collision 2015 event offers interviews and roundtable discussions focusing on the trends and latest innovations impacting the tech space.  Colin McCafferty will be joined by Mark Terbeek (Greycroft), Hilary Perchard (BSkyB), and Russ Mitchell (LA Times) in the speakers leading the “Follow the Money” Panel Discussion taking place on:

Wednesday, May 6th 2015

11:40am – 12:10pm

Marketing Stage

World Market Center, 495 S Grand Central Pkwy #2203, Las Vegas, NV 89106

 

About Collision:

Collision is Web Summit’s sister event and has found a home in Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project in Vegas. In 4 short years, Web Summit has become Europe’s largest tech conference, attracting over 22,000 attendees from around the world. Collision is the vision for a new type of tech conference for America: A meeting place for people who are both building the companies of tomorrow and managing the companies of today.

Collision will take place for the second time on May 5-6, 2015 in Downtown Vegas, and will host 10,000 national and international tech industry leaders, entrepreneurs, business executives, investors, journalists, and technology professionals. Topic themes include Big Data, Mobility, Cloud, Enterprise Security, CRM, Brand Development, and Diversity.  A pitching contest will take place along with pre-arranged onsite investor – startup meetings and evening networking activities.