What’s the lifeblood of any early-stage startup? Money and media coverage. Opportunities to acquire both abound atDisrupt San Francisco 2019, our flagship tech conference that takes place on October 2-4. It’s all about networking and making the right connections to make your startup dreams come true, and there’s no better networking mecca thanStartup Alley.
Buy a Startup Alley Exhibitor Packageand plant your early-stage startup in the path of more than 10,000 attendees, including leading technologists, investors, 400 accredited media outlets and other leading influencers. The package includes one full exhibit day and three Founder passes.
You’ll have access to three days of Disrupt programming across the Main Stage, theExtra Crunch Stage, the Showcase Stage and the Q&A Stage. You can watchStartup Battlefield, our epic pitch competition, to see who takes home the $100,000 prize. You’ll also receive invitations to VIP events, like a reception with top-tier investors and global media outlets.
You’ll have CrunchMatch at your side to make networking as easy as possible. This free, business match-making platform helps you find and connect with the people who can move your business forward. It matches people based on their mutual business interests, suggests meetings and sends out invitations (which recipients can easily accept or decline). CrunchMatch even lets you reserve dedicated meeting spaces where you can network in comfort.
And how’s this for opportunity? Every early-stage startup that exhibits inStartup Alleyis eligible for a chance to win aWild Cardentry to the Startup Battlefield pitch competition. TechCrunch editors will select two standout startups as Wild Card teams to compete for $100,000 in Startup Battlefield.
It might sound like a longshot (and it is), butRecordGram earned a Wild Cardspot and went on to become the Startup Battlefield champ at Disrupt NY 2017. Because dreams do come true.
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