Disrupt SF 2015 is still a few months away, but if you’re a startup looking to get your product in front of some of the best entrepreneurs, investors and journalists around, it’s never too soon to start planning to attend the show. This year’s conference runs from September 21-23 at San Francisco’s historic Pier 70, and we can’t wait to see your startup at Startup Alley.
In past years, Startup Alley featured exhibiting companies from all over the world, including the Nordics, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Ireland and the Middle East. We’re excited to announce that this year will be just as diverse, and we’re still looking for budding international startups to join the fun.
So why should your company register for a country pavilion at Startup Alley? Simply put, exhibiting in the alley gets you exposure to a mix of eclectic Disrupt attendees who attend the show, and you’ll have a chance to pitch your idea to fellow entrepreneurs, developers and venture capitalists who could help take your startup to the next level.
According to CrunchBase, Startup Alley companies at last year’s Disrupt NY raised a total of $90.9 million, with 11 companies raising $78 million in just the first three months post-Disrupt. Displaying at Startup Alley is one of the best ways to get your startup in front of the eyes of investors and members of the press, and you don’t want to miss this opportunity.
Registration is now available for Startup Alley spots and country pavilions. All Startup Alley companies must be less than two years old and have raised less than $2.5 million in funding. If you meet those criteria, you can sign up for a pavilion by dropping the events team an email and describing your startup. They’ll get back to you with more info on how to get started.
And if you don’t have a startup, but still want to attend the show, you can get extra early bird tickets at a discounted price through tomorrow. Snag your tickets here.
Country pavilion sponsorship packages are also available, and you can hit up the sponsorship team here.