This December at Disrupt Berlin, TechCrunch will host its audacious Disrupt after-hours experiences at the iconic former GDR propaganda landmark, the Funkhaus. The setting could not be more memorable for sponsors looking to make a lasting impression on Disrupt attendees.
Berlin’s cityscape is riddled with history, from remnants of the Berlin Wall, to WWII bunkers, to palaces from the imperial days, and the Bauhaus-designed Funkhaus is one of the most memorable.
In the aftermath of its days as the headquarters of the German Democratic Republic’s propaganda broadcasting, Funkhaus has served as the backdrop for scenes from ‘The Lives of Others’, hosted an album release concert for Depeche Mode, and attracted recording sessions for artists like the Black Eyed Peas.
Parties have long been a feature at TechCrunch Disrupt. In fact, TechCrunch upped its game with at our most recent Disrupt New York. Disrupt attendees closed the conference with a live performance by Pharrell and Incubus, followed by an incredible concert by Jidenna and Local Natives. We’re going to make Berlin’s evenings even more memorable.
Here’s how sponsors can get involved with this exclusive experience.
TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, 4-5 December 2017
VIP Dinner: Held in the Sound Chamber at the Funkhaus, the VIP Dinner will be the highlight of the week. Capturing the edgy cool of Berlin, the Sound Chamber will be host to a meal prepared by Berlin’s renowned Michelin Star chef, Tim Raue.
VIP Concert: A seated concert for 500-750 guests will be held in Funkhaus‘ Salle 1, the largest recording studio in Europe. Sponsor may consult on talent selection and invite guests who are not attending Disrupt.
After Party: Doors to the Funkhaus’ striking floor-to-ceiling marble Grand Foyer at 9pm. Party until late with Disrupt guests to the tune of Berlin-based techno DJs.
Don’t forget: these sponsorships are only available until 30 June 2017, so act quickly! You can find more details including pricing here.