Nothing signals the start of the holiday patronizing season like a Black Friday sale. It’s been an improbably challenging year for everyone on all levels. We can’t change that, but we can make attending TC Sessions: Space 2020 more cheap a bit longer.
Starting today, we’re offering a BOGO deal. Buy one Late Registration ticket for $175 and get one free. You and a colleague pay simply $87.50 each — that’s less than the early-bird price. Booyah! We’re now all week folks…and this bargain ends on Sunday, November 29, at 11:59 p.m. PST. Buy your pass before the deadline and put your savings to good use. And then get ready for two days of learning, networking and detecting opportunities to move your business forward.
TechCrunch captivates the top professionals, and you’ll hear from and engage with guiding founders, investors, technologists and government and military officials across private, public and defense areas. Our agenda is bundled with panel discussions, interviews, breakout discussions and interactive Q& As.
Topics include 3D-printed projectiles, earth statement data, orbital actions, ground terminal structures, opening business, broadband communications, justification operations and manufacturing in space, sources of access to grant money and info on opening accelerator programs. Read the event agenda and start projecting your planned now.
But wait, there’s more: Buy a pass and receive a free annual membership to Extra Crunch, our membership program focused on startups, founders and investors with more than 100 exclusive papers published per month( learn about the benefits ).
More ways to save: We offer discounts for groups of four or more, both students and current government, military and nonprofit works. Extra Crunch readers get a 20% discount.
We’ve hosted many TC Sessions happenings over the years, and this is the first one dedicated to space technology. If you’ve never attended any TC Sessions incident, listen to what these founders be talking about the experience 😛 TAGEND
People want to be around what’s interesting and learn which trends and issues they need to pay attention to. They want to learn from the experts, and TC Sessions has all the experts. — Melika Jahangiri, vice president at Wunder Mobility
TC Sessions is unquestionably worth your time, especially if you’re an early-stage founder. You get to connect to beings in your subject and learn lessons from benefactors who are literally a year into your same excursion. Plus, you can meet and talk to the movers and shakers — the people who are making it happen. — Jens Lehmann, technical produce and concoction overseer, SAP
“TC Sessions proposals several big benefits. First, networking possibilities that to be translated into material partnerships. Second, the chance to learn the latest trends and how engineering will evolve. Third, the opportunity for unknown startups to connect with other companies and build brand awareness.” — Karin Maake, senior director of communications at FlashParking
Take advantage of our week-long Black Friday sale. Buy a Late Registration pass for $175 by Sunday, November 29, at 11:59 p.m.( PST ), and you get a second one f-r-e-e. Now, take that money you saved and do some good with it.
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