SINGAPORE — TechCrunch Disrupt, one of the greatest tech and startup event in the world, is going virtual. The event will be held for 5 days from 14 to 18 September. Going virtual is their first attempt, and also it’s the longest event in the Disrupt history.
TechCrunch Disrupt is five days of non-stop online programming with two big focus: founders and investors shaping the future of disruptive technology and ideas and startup experts providing insights to entrepreneurs. It's where hundreds of startups across a variety of categories tell their stories to the 10,000 attendees from all around the world. It's the ultimate Silicon Valley experience where the leaders of the startup world gather to ask questions, make connections and be inspired.
In the past 10 years, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey had been invited to the stage on Disrupt to share their vision and passion. Dropbox, arguably the most famous online storage service, was the one of the many startups that show their potential to audience and investors on the pitch battle of Disrupt, Startup Battlefield.
TechCrunch outlined four reasons why you should attend Disrupt 2020:
Hear and engage with leading voices in tech, business and investment across the Disrupt stages. Here’s what you can see onstage so far.
Explore hundreds of innovative startups exhibiting in Digital Startup Alley — including the TC Top Picks.
CrunchMatch, our AI-powered networking platform, simplifies connecting with founders, potential customers, R&D teams, engineers or investors. Schedule 1:1 video meetings and hold recruitment or extended pitch sessions.
Don’t miss Startup Battlefield, the always-epic pitch competition that’s launched more than 900 startups, including big-time names like TripIt, Mint, Dropbox and many others.
Disrupt 2020 is an online event, and as you may imagine, it’s cheaper than before. Well, a lot cheaper. Disrupt tickets in the past had been sold for over US$3,000, but this year, audience of Disrupt 2020 can watch the session, connect with other attendees, and see product demos once they pay only US$245.
If you still think it’s bit expensive, you can use this promo code (5JPTC) and get 5% discount. TechCrunch just announced that US$245 early-bird savings will end on 8 August at 2:59 pm (SGT), so if you are interested, you should hurry and buy your pass before the new and final deadline.