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Buy a Startup Alley Exhibitor Package before the deadline expires next week

You’ve got one week left to plant your early-stage startup squarely in the path of 10,000 people, including influential investors, technologists, potential customers and the media. If you want to showcase your company at Disrupt San Francisco 2018, which takes place September 5-7, there’s no better place to do it than the Startup Alley exhibit floor. And the only way to do that is to buy a Disrupt SF Startup Alley Exhibitor Package before the application deadline expires August 24.

Startup Alley is the entrepreneurial heart of Disrupt SF 2018, where you’ll find more than 1,200 pre-series A startups and sponsors of every technical stripe. And they’ll be displaying the very best and latest products, platforms and services.

A prime networking environment, Startup Alley is home to collaboration, inspiration and opportunity. Luke Heron, CEO at Testcard.com, had this to say about his Startup Alley experience:

“TechCrunch uses a curation process regarding the companies it accepts,” he said. “So being in Startup Alley — among all these other fantastic startups — has a hugely positive impact when you’re fundraising.”

What does a Startup Alley Exhibitor Package include? Take a look.

  • Two Founder passes for all three days of Disrupt SF 2018
  • A one-day, 3’x6′ exhibit space
  • Use of CrunchMatch — our curated investor-to-startup matching platform
  • Access to The Main Stage, The Next Stage, The Q&A Stage, The Showcase Stage
  • All workshops
  • Access to the attendee list; ability to message attendees with the Disrupt App
  • Attend the TC After Party

And because it’s just not a TechCrunch Disrupt without contests and giveaways, here’s a little added incentive just for you.

Two companies from Startup Alley will be tapped to participate in the Startup Battlefield competition as the Wild Card companies. Yes, you may still be selected to pitch to top investors in front of hundreds of thousands of people at the event and online. But you have to get your Exhibitor Package today if you want the chance.

That’s more exposure gold, folks. Come and mine it.

Disrupt San Francisco 2018  takes place September 5-7, and you have until August 24 to secure your spot in Startup Alley. Don’t wait, buy your Startup Alley Exhibitor Package now. We think Luke Heron said it best. “If you’re a startup founder or an entrepreneur, attending Disrupt is a no-brainer.”



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