TechCrunch Is Holding Office Hours To Discover The Next Stars Of Disrupt Startup Alley NY

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If you’re a startup, you’ve heard of TechCrunch’s Startup Alley.

It’s a huge part of our TechCrunch Disrupt conference. Hundeds of startups from all over the world vie for a spot on our showroom floor, where their booths are perused by investors, reporters, and general attendees. Oh, and TCTV cameras.

It’s the place to be if you’re trying to disrupt, and we’re looking to make each Disrupt Startup Alley more diverse, interesting, and bigger than last year. TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2013 is right around the corner.

John Biggs, East Coast Editor, and myself will be holding office hours for the next two weeks in our new AOL Ventures office in NYC.

Office Hours, if you aren’t already familiar with it, is an easy and painless way for you to pitch, and for us to give feedback. While we usually hold these for anyone willing to sit through twenty minutes of John Biggs’ unique odor, we’re asking for Startup Alley applicants only during these particular Office Hour sessions.

So if you want to be a part of Disrupt NY in May, either try out for the main stage by applying to our Startup Battlefield, or come and meet with us on Thursday, January 24 at 1pm for a quick 20-minute meeting.

See you soon!