Collision Conference 2016

GoodBookey Accepted as Alpha Exhibitor for Collision Conference

GoodBookey is thrilled to announce that it was accepted as an Alpha Exhibitor for the 2016 Collision Conference.

America’s Fastest Growing Tech Conference

Collision Conference, referred to as  “America’s fastest growing tech conference,” is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. GoodBookey was selected to attend as an Alpha Exhibitor.

Who was there?

The conference attendee list included CEOs of both the world’s fastest growing startups and the worlds’ largest growing companies. In addition, it included leading investors and media professionals. This was an amazing opportunity for GoodBookey, as the conference themes included “Social Good” and “Sports and Tech.” As a result, it made for a magical overlap for the likes of our app, as we care tremendously about both themes.

Attendance Highlights

Highlights included chatting with Shane Battier and Brandon Marshall. Because of this, we were able to get to know more about the nonprofits they have each founded. Shane Battier and his wife, Heidi Battier, founded Take Charge Foundation. This program provides resources for the development and education of underserved youth and teens. Brandon Marshall and his wife, Michi Marshall, founded Project375. This endeavor has a mission to destigmatize mental illness through changing the conversation. It does this by using informative campaigns and Brandon’s own personal experiences with Borderline Personality Disorder.

GoodBookey couldn’t have done with without the support of our incredible, caring users. We are so grateful for you all! In return, we promise to continue our mission of raising money and awareness for charity through the GoodBookey app.