The TechCrunch Disrupt SF gets underway San Francisco tomorrow. The event is one of the highlights of the tech industry’s calendar and brings together hundreds of the world’s startups.
There will be talks from some of the leading, most innovative companies, featuring advice and tips for the next generation of creators.
Disrupt is also focused on networking and workshops, which give valuable opportunities to learn and connect with people effectively. There are chances to find funding and investors, a new co-founder, or a new job.
The after-parties allow socialising to continue after the day has concluded in a more relaxed and informal environment.
Startup Alley houses hundreds of early-stage startups all ready to showcase their ideas to investors, the media and every attendee.
The Startup Battlefield is one of the main attractions, where startups compete for the Disrupt Cup and $100,000. Past winners include Dropbox, Mint and Yammer.
The Virtual Hackathon is a chance for people who are not in attendance to participate. Product developers and designers can connect online to create new products that use modern tech to tackle real world problems.
Tickets for all three days are still available here.
TechCrunch advertises the event by saying: “At Disrupt, everyone is a startupper – no matter if you’re a founder, investor, hacker or tech leader. So much more than just on-stage interviews, Disrupt is where you’ll find the renowned Startup Battlefield competition, a virtual Hackathon, hundreds of startups in Startup Alley, Workshops and legendary networking at our After Parties… and we’re in San Francisco, right where startup dreams began.”
Visit the Disrupt website here.