Engage with AT&T, Polygon & more at TechCrunch Disrupt

A world-class tech conference like TechCrunch Disrupt — coming to you live and in person in San Francisco on October 18-20 — doesn’t just happen. It’s an all-hands-on-deck situation, and we want to direct your attention to an essential group of deck hands — our partners.

Building a startup is no easy task — not exactly a newsflash, we know. One of the things our partners do best is provide their expertise and educational resources. They present sessions on a range of topics that help new founders gain the confidence they need to move forward and build a solid business foundation.

Partners dispense valuable insight from our stages, and they’re always interested in engaging with interesting startups and looking for potential opportunities.

I love Disrupt because it features incredible companies. My work exposes me to lots of companies all over the world but, inevitably, I run across startups at Disrupt I haven’t heard of yet. It’s always fascinating to explore opportunities and find ways to work together. — Rachael Wilcox, creative producer, Volvo Cars.

Look who’s coming to Disrupt:

As previously shared, our title sponsor, AT&T, will be hosting a session on the TC+ Stage on driving innovation through collaborations both big and small. Can’t wait to hear this talk!

Also on the TC+ Stage, blockchain platform Polygon will host a partner session that will knock your socks off on all things sustainable blockchain.

Bringing their amazing group of startups, Ukraine will be hosting a startup pavilion in the expo hall.

And rounding out the show floor, we’re excited to share that JustIdea, Supersmart sp. z o.o. and Web Spiders will be demoing on the show floor.

TechCrunch Disrupt takes place in San Francisco on October 18-20. Buy your pass now, and take advantage of the many benefits our partners bring to the startup table.

Is your company interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at TechCrunch Disrupt 2022? Contact our sponsorship sales team by filling out this form.