It’s game on for TechCrunch50 2009. Are you in?
Last year, we hosted 250 start-ups pitching to nearly 2,000 attendees, including 200 corporate buyers, VCs and angels and more than 150 members of the press.
We review applications on a rolling basis and are ready to extend offers for participation starting immediately. Please submit your company whenever you are ready for consideration. Do not submit early to “hold a slot” for consideration. Applications must be complete for consideration, including readiness to pitch your product.
Finalist companies remain stealth until the conference, launch to the public on stage and receive feedback from our panel of industry experts. Our 2007 and 2008 advisors are an important part of our success. One company will win $50,000 from the TechCrunch50 organizers. This year, we’ll have an Audience Choice Award and other recognitions too.
Get $1,995 Early-Bird Tickets through August 31
Don’t let a bad economy get in the way of attending TC50 in 2009.
We’ve got early-bird prices for $1,995 through August 31. (Prices escalate to $2,995 so don’t delay.)
Attendees enjoy an action-packed agenda, including pitches, panels, working breakfasts and lunch sessions, and after parties at the San Francisco Design Center Concourse, with 125,000 square feet of networking space.
Great partners make great conferences
We’re really lucky to have the corporate support of some of the best names in the business. Sequoia Capital, Charles River Ventures and Perkins Coie all returned quickly to support us for the third year in a row. Google, Founders Fund, MySpace and Microsoft are back for their second year of partnership. Additional partners will be named in the months leading up to the conference.
All details are on TechCrunch50.
See you in September.