We’ve still got a few spots left for startups to display in Startup Alley alongside dozens of other budding startups at Disrupt NY 2015, so if you haven’t snagged your tickets for the show, now is the time to act.
But why should you put your startup on display in Startup Alley? Because it’s the best way to connect you with the hundreds of startup enthusiasts, industry experts and venture capitalists that can help your startup get to the next level. Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt lets you make three months’ worth of connections in just three days.
Most of the TechCrunch staff attends Disrupt alongside dozens of other members of the press that could give your startup the coverage it needs. So, in addition to walking away from the Manhattan Center with scores of new industry contacts, you could find your startup in the public’s eye.
The best startup (as determined by audience vote) in Startup Alley each day wins an entry into the Startup Battlefield for the chance to win $50,000, the coveted Disrupt Cup and the attention of the tech community.
It costs just $1,995 to display your startup in Startup Alley, and that scores you two all-access passes to TechCrunch Disrupt, which are currently going for $2,995 each. You and a co-founder can check out all three days of sessions, speakers, and parties when you’re not chatting up industry experts in the Alley. And if you want to bring a few other members of your startup, you can add up to three more people for $997.50 per person.
So if you want the attention of the startup scene, the press and the opportunity to secure $50,000 (or more) in funding for your startup, you should really sign up for Startup Alley at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2015, which runs from May 4-6 at the Manhattan Center. You can purchase your tickets here.