Announcing a London TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-off!
Oi oi London! Did we skip us? We missed we — although, admittedly, we do live here — that is since we’re returning for a TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-off on 19 July, in and with a impossibly fun conference, Unbound.
If you’re looking to representation your startup to a TechCrunch group (because, who isn’t?), internal VCs and a internal tech community, this is a impulse you’ve been watchful for.
Ten companies will be comparison to attend in a pitch-off. Each will have accurately 60 seconds to representation their startup in front of a row of consultant judges, including TC editors and internal try capitalists. Judges will control a discerning QA after any fast glow pitch, and during a finish of all a presentations a row will establish a winners.
First place during a London Meetup + Pitch-off wins a list in Startup Alley during TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin. Second place gets dual tickets to a show, and a Audience Choice leader takes home one sheet to a conference.
Apply to representation a editors and row of judges here.
And even if we aren’t meddlesome in pitching on theatre yourself, a Meetups are a good event to network with a internal tech village and meet TechCrunch writers. Plus, there will be beer (and, if we have my way, tea also).
Buy tickets for only £10 by following this link.
Sponsors make TechCrunch events possible. If we wish to learn some-more about sponsorships with TechCrunch, fire an email to .
A bit about Unbound, a partner:
More from my site
Short URL: https://agetimes.net/?p=271325