Only 48 hours left on early-bird pricing to Disrupt SF 2019

Holy price hike, startuppers — you have just 48 hours left to save up to $1,300 on passes to Disrupt San Francisco 2019 on October 2-4. Don’t let time stand in your way of saving serious dough. Release your inner savvy shopper and beat the deadline. Early-bird savings disappear at 11:59 p.m. (PST) on September 6. Avoid the price hike — buy your early-bird passes today.

More than 10,000 attendees will be on hand to experience the very best of startup culture. Whether you come to be inspired by today’s leaders and tomorrow’s most promising startups or to gain business insight from industry analysts, you’ll find it all at Disrupt SF 2019.

Let’s look at just some of the leading experts who will grace our various stages and discuss new innovations and game-changing technologies (you can see the full agenda here):

  • The Ethics of Snipping DNA with CRISPR — Rachel Haurwitz is the founder of Caribou Biosciences, a startup on the cutting edge of gene editing technologies — including animal and human DNA. She will chat with us about the ethical and scientific questions surrounding CRISPRing human embryos and what that could mean for the future of humanity.
  • How to Take a Digital Brand Offline — E-commerce has fundamentally changed the way we browse and buy physical goods. But even though online sales have taken a huge bite out of brick-and-mortar, it doesn’t mean that digital brands aren’t interested in the prospect of offline channels. Hear from Rich Fulop (Brooklinen), James Reinhart (thredUP) and Susan Tynan (Framebridge) — three founders who have taken their own unique approach to launching a store.
  • The Fourth Big Wave: Talking Crypto — If you care about understanding crypto and the ways it may well impact you sooner than you might imagine, you won’t want to miss this fireside chat with Andreessen Horowitz general partner Chris Dixon.
  • How to Raise My First Dollars — Venture funding may have boomed over the last decade, but the decisions around your initial funding are as tricky as ever. Hear how to take advantage of the current landscape from top Silicon Valley early-stage thinkers, including pre-seed investor Charles Hudson of Precursor Ventures, early-stage investor Annie Kadavy of Redpoint Ventures and Russ Heddleston, CEO of DocSend.

You’ll find plenty of networking opportunities in Startup Alley, where 1,200 early-stage startups and sponsors — including our TC Top Picks — showcase their latest innovations. Don’t miss out on the Startup Battlefield to watch an impressive group of startups launch on a world stage and compete for $100,000.

Be a savvy shopper and save big bucks. Buy your early-bird passes to Disrupt San Francisco 2019 by 11:59 p.m. (PST) on September 6.

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