Ready to kick your j-o-b to the curb and finally unleash your entrepreneurial ambition? Working hard on launching your startup, but need next-steps advice you can trust? Looking for a supportive community of folks traveling a similar path? You’ll find that and much more at TechCrunch Early Stage.
This day-long, live and in-person summit takes place on April 14 in our airy San Francisco venue, Pier 27. You heard that right. Stow your sweatpants back in the dresser and get ready to meet people IRL!
Going, going fast: We have a limited number of $199 Founder Launch passes. They’re almost gone and when that happens, the price increases. Buy yours ASAP, and you’ll save $350.
Know before you go: This is our first live event since well, you know, and we want you to learn, connect and network safely. Make sure you read our COVID vaccination policy before you buy your pass.
You’re no doubt wondering what you’ll glean from this conference and why it’s worth both your time and your money. TC Early Stage is focused exclusively on new founders and emerging entrepreneurs. You’ll learn from, talk to and otherwise engage with leading industry experts or other founders — both seasoned and freshly minted.
We’re keeping this event small so you can soak up as much content as possible. You’ll have plenty of time to ask questions and receive feedback from experts on your top-of-mind issues. The TechCrunch editorial team will also be there to offer you their insight on market trends.
You’ll come away with actionable tips and strategies you can put to work right away. And if, at times, you feel like you’re going it alone, rest assured — you’ll connect with a supportive community of like-minded founders and builders.
The workshops and smaller roundtables will cover a range of topics that every founder needs to know at any given point in their startup journey. We’re talking funding tips — like creative bootstrapping, securing that elusive Series A and perfecting your pitch.
We’re talking about marketing — building your brand, attracting earned (as in unpaid) media attention and growth marketing. And we’re also talking about operations — like scaling your average annual return (AAR), finding your product market fit and hiring great people on a budget.
We’re building out the official agenda, and we’ll have plenty of updates in the coming weeks. Sign up for our mailing list to stay informed and get the inside scoop on the latest speakers, additions to the agenda and ticket discounts.
TechCrunch Early Stage takes place on April 14. Why not lock in the lowest price and save $350? Buy your $199 Founder Launch pass before they sell out, and then get ready to move your startup dream forward. We can’t wait to see you in San Francisco!
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