A User’s Guide to Disrupt Europe: Berlin

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Disrupt Europe: Berlin kicks off on Monday, October 28th. TechCrunch has put together an incredible array of offerings from our partners to make your Conference experience better than ever. As always, Disrupt EU will be a busy and boisterous event so use the following guide to get the most out of the show.

Getting to the conference: We will be providing free shuttle service from two locations, to and from the Arena Berlin, 26-29 October 2013. Please follow this link for schedule and map.

Onsite ticket purchasing: This year we’re working with payleven for onsite ticket purchases at the conference. You can download the app here.

Conference transportation: mytaxi, official mobility partner of Disrupt, has offered TechCrunch readers a 10EURO credit on their first mytaxi Payment rides using code: techcrunch

Startup Alley:  We have an amazing group of startups exhibiting in Startup Alley. Take a quick preview of the companies here. On this page you’ll find company descriptions, details about when the companies will be exhibiting, and contact information so you set up meetings or get in touch with the teams.

Watch Disrupt on the web: If you’re an armchair Disruptor, thanks to Ustream you’ll be able to view the conference action from the TechCrunch home page or EU Disrupt event page.

Disrupt Social Hub: The Disrupt SocialHub by Mass Relevance pulls in yours, theirs and our live updates about the show. Tweets, Facebook posts, Instagram pics, and more!  Try it out by using the #DisruptBerlin and #HackDisrupt hashtags.

Twitter: You can follow and comment on the conference by using the #DisruptBerlin and #HackDisrupt hashtag.

Registration: Eventbrite has long been a TechCrunch partner. If you purchased a ticket, you used Eventbrite. We love them and we think you will, too. If you haven’t purchased a ticket, you can buy one here.