TechCrunch Disrupt — it’s the must-attend conference for anyone and everyone connected to the global startup community. Don’t miss your chance to attend TC Disrupt 2021, on September 21-23, for less than $100. That’s a tidy little bottom-line booster, yes?
Three opportunity-packed days can be yours at the super early-bird price — just $99 — but not for long. Prices increase next week. Purchase your pass to TC Disrupt 2021 before May 13, 11:59 pm (PST).
Come and listen to, learn from and engage with some of the leading voices in the startup world today. We’re talking dozens of in-depth, one-on-one interviews, moderated panel discussions and breakout sessions with folks like:
- Tope Awotona, the founder and CEO of Calendly
- Mercedes Bent, a partner at Lightspeed Venture Partners
- Julia Collins, the founder and CEO of Planet FWD and Moonshot
- Leslie Feinzaig, the founder and CEO of Female Founders Alliance
The all-virtual nature of Disrupt 2021 means that you can connect, network and collaborate with people across the globe — and in Silicon Valley. Still on the fence? Listen to what past attendees have told us about their Disrupt experiences.
“Tech startups go to Disrupt to show off their stuff. It’s the perfect place to scope out the competition, network with potential investors, get a feel for how other companies position themselves and to see what’s trending.” — Jessica McLean, director of marketing and communications, Infinite-Compute.
“I attend TechCrunch Disrupt every year because it’s different every time. It’s inspiring every single time. I’m never bored. Ever. I always learn something, whether it’s a new company, a new topic or a deeper exploration of a familiar technology. It’s great. I love stuff like that.” — Rachael Wilcox, creative producer, Volvo Cars.
“The virtual platform’s chat feature made it easy to connect with participants. People got creative using it to promote their business, like posting a LinkedIn profile or offering 15-minute time slots to review business pitches. I even saw a product-naming competition. You could find lots of opportunity rolling through the chat area.” — Ada Lau, manager of market development, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation.
And there are still more opportunities to discover at Disrupt. Don’t miss the Startup Battlefield as roughly 25 stand-out startups vie for $100,000. If you want to vie, you must apply by May 13 at 11:59 pm (PT).
Startup Alley — our expo area and the heart of every Disrupt — is synonymous with opportunity. Discover all the new perks and bennies that come with exhibiting there, including a shot at participating in Startup Alley+.
TechCrunch Disrupt 2021, takes place on September 21-23, and you can grab all the opportunity for less than $100. Sound good? Great — just remember that prices go up next week. Buy your pass before May 13, 11:59 pm (PST).
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