Announcing Disrupt Beijing 2011
TechCrunch is going to Beijing for our first international Disrupt in China. TechCrunch has long been a blog that covers more than just the Silicon Valley echo-chamber and in the future we want to be anywhere top entrepreneurs are. It’s hard to think of any place more exciting, challenging and lucrative than China right now. As home to the world’s largest Web audience and two of the five largest Web companies in the world, China proves the best Web entrepreneurs are no longer all in Silicon Valley.
Just like in New York and San Francisco, we’ll have some lively stage debates showcasing big names from Silicon Valley and China, and a Battlefield Startup Competition.
And developers, SAVE THE DATE! We plan to host a Hackathon event October 29-30 also at the CNCC more details soon.
|DATE:||Monday, October 31 at 8AM to Tuesday, November 1 at 6PM|
|VENUE:||China National Convention Center (CNCC)
No.7 Tianchen East Road, Chaoyang District
100105 Beijing China
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About the CNCC
China National Convention Center (CNCC) has opened officially in October 2009 for its originally intended function – providing international standard, purpose-built convention and exhibition facilities.
The Center was an important element in the overall plan for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games when it served as the main press center and international broadcasting location as well as providing the venue for fencing and pistol shooting competitions.? CNCC is ideally located in the heart of the Olympic Green adjacent to the National Stadium (Bird Nest), the National Aquatics Center (Water Cube) and the National Indoor Stadium – all of which are proving popular places for people to visit in post Olympic Games times.
Courtesy of the CNCC website
Do you have the hottest, next generation start up in China? Start Here. Let your future begin at the Disrupt Battlefield.
About the Battlefield
Welcome to the Disrupt Startup Battlefield, the premiere start up launch competition by TechCrunch. Hopeful founders and entrepreneurs will submit their young, unseen startup companies for the opportunity to launch on technology’s biggest stage in front of an all-star panel consisting of the biggest innovators, angels, VCs and influencers in the Tech community. Up for grabs is a special prize and new open doors.
Do you have the hottest, next generation start up? Start here. Let your future begin at the Disrupt Battlefield.
Apply to the Battlefield
Applications to the Disrupt Battlefiled are now open. Applications will close Sunday night, September 11 at midnight Pacific Time (US) or Monday, September 12 at Noon China Standard Time (CST).
We will review applications on a rolling basis, so it’s to your advantage to submit as soon as you are ready. Due to strong demand, we are unable to review applications more than once, so please do not submit a draft application before you are ready for final consideration.
PowerPoint slides are optional, but video demos are required. We look forward to reviewing your application.
All Submissions are confidential unless otherwise permitted by applicants on the application form.
Rules & Requirements
To compete in the Startup Battlefield, at time of application submission startups must be live for fewer than three months, less than two years old.
In selecting final contestants, we will give heavy preference to companies that launch for the first time to the public and press at TechCrunch Disrupt. We consider new products from existing companies to be significant. Due to the limited number of competition slots on stage, companies launching new feature sets do not qualify as launch companies. The competition will take place in Beijing, CHINA, and we strongly encourage companies based in China, have chinese interests and/or are from the Pan Asia region to submit their startups for consideration.
Companies that have presented at other public launch events are not eligible for Startup Battlefield. If you’re choosing between launch platforms and need an early decision, please apply and email us at email@example.com and we’ll priority review your application.