Disrupt Berlin 2018’s two program-packed days of startup mania kicks into high gear tomorrow, 29 November. And that, dear readers, can mean only one thing. This is your absolute last chance to buy a pass and attend Europe’s top tech conference for early-stage startups.
We’re looking at all of you last-minute decision makers, put-off procrastinators, all-around wafflers and anyone else in the startup scene who suddenly realized they can’t afford to miss out on this opportunity. Late registration savings ends today at midnight CET, 28 November. It’s last call. Go buy your pass to Disrupt Berlin right now.
Beat the late registration deadline and you’ll enjoy everything Disrupt Berlin has to offer. Starting with an amazing array of early-stage startups exhibiting in Startup Alley — a group that also includes our extraordinary TC Top Picks.
You’ll hear top movers and shakers in the tech, startup and investment world speaking from the Main Stage and during Q&A Sessions — smaller, moderated discussions where the speakers take questions from the audience.
Take a look at the full conference agenda.
Grab a seat — and sit on the edge of it — to watch the Startup Battlefield. Exceptional startup founders compete for the coveted Disrupt Cup and a $50,000 non-equity cash prize. In the process, they receive invaluable — and possibly life-changing — media and investor exposure.
And of course, networking at Disrupt Berlin is practically an Olympic event. It’s a world-class opportunity to make the crucial connections you need to build your startup empire. Making those connections is easier than ever this year because we’re making CrunchMatch, our free business-matching service, available to all attendees. It’ll save you valuable time and help you find the needle in the early-startup haystack.
As the old saying goes, all good things must come to an end. This is your last chance to attend Disrupt Berlin 2018 on 29-30 November and save up to €350. Late registration closes today at midnight CET. Buy your pass now and join us in Berlin.
Source: Tech Crunch