In just a week from now, in the heart of Germany, Berlin, thousands of founders, investors and tech experts will meet to attend Europe’s greatest tech event- TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2019.
Now that the holiday season is already on, it there a better way to finish the year the right way before diving fully into the festivity mood, than to be part of this leading tech event and hear and witness the news on the latest innovations, products and services that has already, or are about to disrupt the world. Fintech, biotech, payment services, blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics, are just some of the topics to be covered during this two-day event.
What is really happening in Berlin?
On December 11 and December 12 the eyes of all those interested in innovations and technologies will be focused on Berlin, where the CEO’s from world recognized companies such as Klarna, UiPath and N26 will share not only their latest achievements but also their stories how they made their companies successful; and the leading investors such as Atomico, SoftBank and Accel will introduce their future strategies. On this link find the full list of the speakers and the topics that will be discussed on both stages, the Main and the Extra Crunch stage.
Besides the testimonials coming from the brightest minds in the tech industries, this event is offering a great opportunity for all the startups that are striving for international recognition or looking for additional funds. The famous Startup Battlefield competition will provide the enrolled startups a unique opportunity to pitch in front of the investors. But, there is more to that. They will also compete for the Disrupt Cup, a $50K worth prize. Just to illustrate the significance of this competition, let us remind you that startups like world know Dropbox, Yammer, Zenefits are among the past winners. As Superfounders reported earlier this fall, the participation at this competition is free and open to all pre-Series A startups. Unfortunately the applications for this year Disrupt Berlin are already closed.
Even though the free opportunities for the startups are gone, if you are a coder and want to be part of this event for free, you are in luck. As the organizers announced this week, there are few spots left for the TechCrunch Hackathon event – the event made for the coders. You can still apply and become part of one of the teams that in 24 hours should find a solution to real-world problems. The 10 best teams will compete once again during day 2. The winning team will be awarded with $5000. The participation at the Hackathon is free and every participant will receive an Innovator pass to visit the show on day two.
And this is not all! The Disrupt Berlin provides also great exhibition opportunities. The famous of them all is the Startup Alley at the Alley Expo floor. This is the place where early-stage startups showcase their products and solutions. Even though the participation is paid, the organizers choose a number of startups, called the TC Top Picks, that are given a chance to exhibit their talent for free. Read here who the editors Top Picks were for this year, and find out more, if interested, what it takes to take on this opportunity next year.
Since the networking is investment in your business, the CrunchMeeting is yet another occasion for all those who want a better exposure and opportunity to scale their business. CrunchMatch is a great matching platform that gives you the opportunity to meet the people you really want to meet. As reported by the organizers Crunchmatch has been used by thousands of attendees to connect and meet each other at Disrupt.
Last but not least, the event is visited by the most prominent media such as Bloomberg, CNBC, Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, which is yet another great way to win the media attention and secure additional exposure to the world.
If you are a serious startup, but you still haven’t secured your place at this awesome event, on the following link get your 15% discount by typing the Superfounders code: SUPERFOUNDERS.
See you all in Berlin next week!