Startup Alley is jam packed with early stage companies showing their talent and technology to audience members. Browsing through Startup Alley introduces a range of exciting companies to the marketplace, many who are launching at Disrupt for the first time. Around 50 new companies demo on Monday and a whole new set of 50 companies demo on Tuesday. As you can see, a total of around 100 companies launch at Startup Alley every year.
Startup Alley companies also get the chance to present on the Disrupt stage in front of our esteemed judges. On Monday and Tuesday, the audience votes for their “Audience Choice Winner” and receives the last spot to compete on stage as part of that day’s Battlefield contestants. If chosen, that company will be eligible to compete in the Battlefield Finals for the $50,000 grand prize and coveted Disrupt Cup. Startups wanting to participate in Startup Alley must be less than 2 years old, with less than $2.5 million in funding.
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Country Pavilions are a section within Startup Alley designated to early stage startups from a specific geographic area. It’s a great way to recognize the booming startup community internationally. In the past we’ve had country pavilions formed by startups from Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Israel, Italy, Korea, and Mexico.
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Hardware Alley is a collection of eclectic hardware manufacturers that takes over Startup Alley on the last day of Disrupt. It’s a great opportunity to get the word out about your crowdfunded project or mass-market device. Hardware Alley is where hundreds of amazing start-ups have launched.
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