Disrupt San Francisco 2019 — the epic, three-day conference celebrating early-stage startups — may not take place until October 2-4, but it’s never too soon for serious savings. Want to shave $500 off the price of admission? Heck yeah, you do!
Here’s the deal. Registration officially opens later this month. Simply sign up for our mailing list before registration opens, and you’ll keep five Benjamins in your pocket. Cha-ching.
It’s the easiest way to experience everything Disrupt SF 2019 has to offer and save a bundle in the process. Need a reminder of what you’ll find at TechCrunch Disrupt? Let’s start with the speakers. We’re building an outstanding line up of leading founders, technologists, investors and tech icons. Past speakers have included people such as Whitney Wolfe-Herd, founder of Bumble, Tristan Walker, CEO of Walker & Company Brands and Aileen Lee, founder of Cowboy Ventures.
For a pure adrenaline rush, you can’t beat Startup Battlefield, the world-famous pitch competition. Only the best startups get to compete head-to-head for a $100,000 equity-free cash prize, the Disrupt Cup and potentially life-changing investor and media attention. Last year, Forethought took home the title and the cash infusion. Think your startup has what it takes to make the cut? Apply here to compete in Startup Battlefield.
Don’t forget to take a deep dive in Startup Alley — a networking paradise ripe with inspiration and opportunity. You’ll find hundreds of early-stage startups showcasing their products, tech and talent. It’s also where you’ll find the TC Top Picks. This cohort of startups — selected by TechCrunch editors following a thorough vetting process — represents the very best in these tech categories: Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, Blockchain, Biotech/Healthtech, Fintech, Mobility, Privacy/Security, E-commerce, Robotics/IoT/Hardware and more!
Looking for more excitement? Look no further than the TechCrunch Hackathon. This event takes place right alongside Disrupt. Several hundred developers, engineers, students and makers will form ad-hoc teams. Over the course of two days, they’ll code, crack and hack non-stop to create a new product. It’ll require focused determination and mad skills to win best overall hack — along with plenty of coffee, Red Bull and pizza. Come strut your dev stuff and compete in sponsored contests for cash, prizes and TechCrunch swag.
Disrupt SF 2019 offers so much more — workshops, demos, Q&A sessions and killer parties. It all goes down October 2-4 at the Moscone Convention Center. You can experience it all and save $500 — if you sign up for our mailing list before registration officially opens. Click and save, and we’ll see you in October!
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