Welcome to the official Techweek Toronto schedule page.

Check back often:
Be sure and check back often since many events, including most speaker sessions, networking, and community workshops tend to be added in the weeks just prior to Techweek!

Create your personal schedule
  • If you haven’t already, please create a sched account and login (choose sign-up in the top right corner to create an account)
  • On this page, click or hover over each Techweek event you intend to attend, and click "Add to My Sched" to RSVP.  
Note: some events have limited capacity, and you may be waitlisted

Transferring tickets and creating schedules for other ticket holders: 
  • If you purchased 2 or more tickets, the other ticket holders will need to create their own schedules. 
  • If you did not provide the email addresses of these other ticket holders during the EventBrite ticket purchase, you will need to transfer these tickets:

  1. Go to eventbrite.com/mytickets. Log on and transfer each ticket to the appropriate ticket holder by changing the name and/or email address of each ticket.
  2. Each ticket holder will get an automated email instructions on how to go to Sched (this page) in order to set up their individual schedule. 

If you have any problems or issues, you can contact us at info@techweek.com, or chat to us directly using the chat function on techweek.com

-Team Techweek 
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Landon Borders

Haiku Home by Big Ass Solutions
Director of Connected Devices
Lexington, KY
Landon Borders, Director of Connected Devices at Big Ass Solutions®, oversees much of the behind-the-scenes innovation and research necessary to the creation of the company’s future products. Also an electrical engineer, Landon’s day-to-day work includes collaborating with the engineering team to develop smart, Internet-connected lighting and fan products including the Haiku® with SenseME™ smart ceiling fan.He has more than a decade of experience in product development and integration, from wireless multifunction printers for the home to thermal imaging devices for first responders. Landon is also a board director of the Thread Group, a not-for-profit organization working on technology that will easily and securely connect more than 250 smart devices in a home.