We’re rounding the far turn and heading into the home stretch, folks. You have a mere 48 hours left to snag the best pricing available on passes to Disrupt San Francisco 2018, which takes place September 5-7 at Moscone Center West. Right now, you can save up to $1,800, but once the calendar clicks over to May 3, prices go up. Save some dough, and buy your passes today.
This is the only North American Disrupt event this year, and you simply can’t afford to miss out. You can expect 10,000+ attendees, more than 1,200 startups and exhibitors, not to mention three program-packed days of world-renowned speakers, workshops, exhibits, networking and demos.
We’ll have four separate stages with a content focus on these 12 hot-topic tracks: AI, AR/VR, Blockchain, Biotech, Fintech, Gaming, Healthtech, Privacy/Security, Space, Mobility, Retail and Robotics. You can bet those topics will be reflected in Startup Alley — the show’s exhibition floor and the very heart of Disrupt — where each day features a new roster of some of the best emerging tech, talent and products.
We’re absolutely thrilled that Dropbox founder and CEO Drew Houston will dispense his wit, wisdom and perspective from the Disrupt SF stage. True fact: Houston pitched Dropbox in the TC 50 Startup Battlefield back in 2008. Take a moment to go back in time and watch the original pitch and demo. It may have been awkward but, clearly, his Startup Battlefield story had a happy ending.
Think you have what it takes to make it to the Startup Battlefield stage? Apply here now and, while you’re at it, use the same form to apply to exhibit for free in Startup Alley as a TC Top Pick. Who knows? Maybe you’ll raise a huge round and be a speaker at Disrupt SF in the future. It could happen.
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And there’s still more. Like Q&A Sessions that bring speakers and attendees together for moderated discussions in a smaller, more intimate setting so you can dive deeper into new technology or ask questions about topics raised on the Main Stage. And after parties that leave room for both fun and serious networking.