Last Chance To Register For Disrupt SF Startup Alley

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This is it. You have until the end of Wednesday night to register for a spot in Disrupt SF Startup Alley. And this is an opportunity that you should not pass up.

Startup Alley is one of the best parts of Disrupt. It’s a boisterous marketplace of startups, vying for attention from the best of Silicon Valley. Venture capitalists, other founders and countless potential users and developers roam the large Concourse at San Francisco Design Center.

As in years past startups covering nearly every category are exhibiting, including separate pavilions with startups from Brazil by initial.vc, China by TechNode, India by YourStory.in, Ireland by IDA and Enterprise Ireland, Israel by initial.vc, and Korea by KOCCA. Needless to say, Disrupt SF is truly an international event.

The first two days of Disrupt will feature web startups covering media, mobile, lifestyle, enterprise, and many more. Then, on Wednesday September 11th, hardware companies will take over the Concourse exhibit hall for Hardware Alley, our semi-annual celebration of gizmos and gadgets.

The full list of Startup Alley and Hardware Alley companies is here.

These companies are also fighting to demo in front of Disrupt judges on Monday and Tuesday. If selected as the Audience Choice, they’re fast tracked to the Startup Battlefield where they compete for the Disrupt Cup and $50,000 grand prize.

You can find out more at the Disrupt event page but the gist is this: The event runs from September 9 – 11. We’re running a pre-event 24-hour hackathon for folks who want to get one free ticket but, as it stands, you still have the opportunity to pick up a ticket to the show. Or better yet, get a Startup Alley and Hardware Alley package and show off your startup. Packages are available here until Wednesday night.


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