Ready to squeeze every bit of opportunity out of TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019? TechCrunch’s flagship event returns to the Moscone North Convention Center on October 2-4 and — with more than 10,000 attendees — the networking opportunities are infinite. Your time, however, is not. Don’t worry, though. We’ve got your back — with CrunchMatch.
Get strategic with your time at Disrupt with CrunchMatch, TC’s free business match-making service. Here’s how to zero in on the people and connections that matter most to your business.
Create a profile listing your specific criteria, goals and interests. CrunchMatch (powered by Brella) works a bit of algorithmic magic to find like-minded startuppers and will suggest matches and, subject to your approval, propose meeting times and send meeting requests.
Everyone attending Disrupt SF can use CrunchMatch — founders looking for developers, investors in search of hot prospects, technology service providers eager for new customers, founders looking for marketing help — the list is endless.
How effective is CrunchMatch? In 2018, the program facilitated more than 3,000 meetings. And Yoolbox — makers of a portable wireless charger — says the connections it made through CrunchMatch helped Yoolbox increase its distribution.
You’ll be able to access CrunchMatch through the Disrupt App (when it launches in September). After you sign up, you’ll identify your role (developer, service provider, founder, etc.) and the type of people you want to connect with at Disrupt. CrunchMatch will get to work and do the rest.
You’ll find more than 10,000 tech founders, investors, developers, engineers and startup fans at Disrupt San Francisco 2019. CrunchMatch will help you cut through the noise, network efficiently and save you a whole lotta time and shoe leather. Get your super early-bird passes today and save up to $1,800 on passes, and we’ll see you in October!
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