Registered attendees for Collision this week totalled 11,382 people from 106 countries.
Tweets from @CollisionHQ have already earned more than half a million impressions.
Attendees followed some of the 100 signs to see 332 speakers and moderators on one of the 14 different tracks. There were 86screens placed around the venue.
52,000 cups of coffee and 76,500 cups of water, you thirsty bunch.
332 speakers and moderators took to the stages and led roundtables.
630 startups exhibited in total: that’s 540 ALPHA, 40 BETA and 50 START.
Trello, TenantCloud, and Life.io were the startups that investors most wanted to see.
407 investors from the world’s leading funds came to scope out the startup talent.
60 leading funds took part in Office Hours, where investors met with promising startups. Altogether, there were 700 investor/startup meetings during Collision.
400 mentor hour sessions happened where experienced entrepreneurs and investors offered candid advice to startups, that’s around 133 meetings per day. Mentors included Jeff Glueck of Foursquare and Katy Dormer of Desk.com
The most favorited startup was Trello on the CollisionConf app. Not surprisingly, Chris Sacca was the most favourited attendee.
The average length an attendee spent in one session was 8 minutes and 43 seconds.
The pub crawls and night parties, touted as the best place to meet new connections and friends, proved be just that.