This year at TechCrunch Disrupt (which takes place next week), there is more to explore than ever. From company scores in Startup Alley to Startup Battlefield presentations to Disrupt Stage, Extra Crunch Stage and beyond.
We’ll hear from great VCs like Chamath Palihapatiya, Katie Haun from a16z, Niko Bonatsos from GC, Kirsten Green from Forerunner and more. Founders, such as Stewart Butterfield (Slack), Tope Awotona (Calendly), Brian Armstrong (Coinbase), and Melanie Perkins (Canva), will share how they turned an idea into a unicorn. We’ll even have politicians like Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and the SEC’s Erin Schneider on the show, with celebrities Ryan Reynolds and Seth Rogen to boot.
On the Extra Crunch stage, panels explaining how to raise your first dollars, how to create your pitch deck, how to attract your first B2B customers and how to find a suitable product for the market will include questions and answers from the audience, to make sure you leave with everything. what you need. know to be successful.
Obviously, it would be impossible to capture everything in real time. But the Disrupt Desk is making a comeback after its debut in 2020.
The Disrupt Desk will bring you all of the show’s biggest highlights, along with an analysis of the latest news and meaningful insight from our speakers. In addition, the Disrupt Desk will feature some brand new demos and last minute announcements.
Of course, in addition to catching up with the Disrupt Desk, Disrupt attendees can watch everything from the show on demand with their additional 3-month subscription to Extra Crunch.
TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 goes down in a few days (September 21-23 to be exact), so grab your pass before it’s too late! Prices are under $ 100 to get access to everything, but until Monday when prices go up by $ 200.