Budget-minded entrepreneurs and early-stage startup founders take note, now is not the time to procrastinate. We’re only 7 days away from early bird pricing until TechCrunch Early Stage 2023 in Boston on April 20th.
Don’t wait… early bird gets… SAVINGS. Buy a $249 Founders Pass and save $200 before prices go up on April 1st, it’s no joke!
TC Early Stage is our only event where you get hands-on training with experts to help your business succeed. There is no need to reinvent the wheel. you will have access to leading experts in a range of disciplines.
During this one-day startup pitch, you’ll learn about legal issues, fundraising, marketing, growth, product-market fit, pitching, recruiting, and more. We’re talking over 40 highly engaging presentations, workshops and roundtables, with interactive Q&As and plenty of time for networking.
Here are just a few examples of the topics we have. You’ll find many more listed on the event agenda.
How to tell your TAM: Dana Grayson of Construct Capital invests in rebuilding the most fundamental and broken industries in our economy. Industries such as manufacturing and logistics, among others, that took shape in the analog world have been neglected by advanced technology. Dayna will talk about how, beyond the idea, founders can get investors involved in their TAM, including how they will drive a wedge into the market and how they will ultimately disrupt it.
How to think about accelerators and incubators. Founders often hear that they should get involved with an incubator or accelerator, but when is the “right” time for early-stage founders to apply to these types of startup support ecosystems, and how can they best get involved if accepted? In this talk, Matt Segneri, CEO of Harvard Innovation Labs, will cover everything from the types of incubators and accelerators available to early-stage founders, to what startups should consider before applying, and tips for getting the most out of these ecosystems.
How to raise SV out of a low market? Silicon Valley’s funding market tends to be more immune to macroeconomic conditions than elsewhere in the world. So how do you grow outside of the valley bubble? General Catalyst’s Mark Crain has extensive experience with both founders and VCs from across Europe, as well as a solid understanding of the funding landscape in the US Northeast, so he’ll provide practical advice on how to survive and thrive.
At TechCrunch, you’ll walk away with a deeper working understanding of the topics and skills essential to startup success. Founders save $200 with an early bird founder ticket. College students pay just $99.