Founders — by now you must have heard about TechCrunch Early Stage happens on April 1 and 2 and July 8 and 9. The two-day founder and entrepreneur bootcamp brings together top experts to educate you how to get ahead and build a successful company. This time on the second day of each event we’re adding a turn — the Early Stage Pitch-Off. TechCrunch is on the hunt to showcase 10 early-stage startups to our world audience of investors, press and tech manufacture leads. Apply here for the April 2 Early Stage Pitch-Off by February 21.
It wouldn’t be a TC event without spotlighting the most wonderful startups in the business. Here’s how it is currently working. Ten benefactors will slope on place for five minutes, be accompanied by a five-minute Q& A with an honoured board of VC justices. The top three will then proceed to the finals, sloping again but this time with a more intensive Q& A and a new body of magistrates. The winner will receive a feature article on TechCrunch.com, one-year free subscription to ExtraCrunch and a free Founder Pass to TechCrunch Disrupt this fall.
Nervous to pitch on-stage in front of thousands? Fear not. After completing the application, adopted founders will receive several training sessions during a remote mini-bootcamp, communication training and personalized pitch-coaching by the Startup Battlefield team. Selected startups will too be announced on TechCrunch.com in advance of the depict.
What does it take to qualify? TechCrunch is looking for early-stage, pre-Series-A firms with limited press. The Early Stage Pitch-Off is open to companies from around the globe, customer or enterprise and in any manufacture — biotech, room, mobility, repercussion, SaaS, equipment, sustainability and more.
Founders don’t miss your chance to slope your firm on the world’s best tech theatre. Apply today!
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