Capture it. It’s September and you’re at TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 about to pitch your virtual pitch to thousands of attendees around the world. Within 120 seconds, your business will become known to a large audience of early stage influencers, including leads, investors, tech and media icons.
A great opportunity, Amirite? Don’t just imagine – make it happen by exhibiting in Startup Alley. Yes, it really is that simple. Every start-up that exhibits in Startup Alley gets to present Disrupt to the public.
Not only is this a great training opportunity, but the Disrupt pitch can have long term benefits. Don’t take our word for it. Jessica McLean, Director of Marketing and Communications at Infinite-Compute, talks about her company’s experience launching Disrupt 2020.
“The exhibitors at Startup Alley were able to present to attendees, and we were delighted with how it turned out. I recorded the pitch, and now we’re just shooting a short video to potential investors saying, “Take a look at our CEO who presented Disrupt 2020.” It is excellent marketing support. “
In addition to the epic exposure that comes from pitching at Disrupt, exhibitors at Startup Alley also have a chance to be interviewed during one of the many hours at Startup Alley Crawls. Each tech category benefits from its own analysis – we’ll post specific times in the agenda closer to the show opening – and TechCrunch reporters will interview a number of founding exhibitors from each category.
Here is yet another reason to buy a Startup Alley Pass as soon as possible. Your pass entitles you to participate in Startup Alley +, an organized experience designed to help founders increase their opportunities for visibility and business growth. Only 50 companies – chosen by TechCrunch – will form this cohort, and there are no additional fees. Here’s the kicker: Benefits begin months before Disrupt 2021 begins. Read more about the Startup + experience here.
Did you know that TechCrunch editors are awarding two Startup Alley exhibitors a Wild Card Startup Battlefield? These founders can compete for $ 100,000 in the ever-epic Startup Battlefield competition. Who knows? You can follow the steps of RecordGram. This startup, chosen in Startup Alley as Wild Card, won the Startup Battlefield competition.
At the end of the line: Exhibiting in Startup Alley is a smart strategy. You will present your business to a global audience, gain valuable exposure, meet and connect with influencers and potential clients. Win-win-win.
TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 will take place September 21-23. If you want to take advantage of every opportunity, there is only one item to cross off your to-do list. Apply for Startup Alley before the early bird price ($ 199) expires on May 13 at 11:59 p.m. (PST).
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