Are you planning to be in San Francisco on September 21-23? If not, you might want to rearrange your schedule (or scroll to the bottom to see what Ideator can do for you!). We don’t want you to miss one of the most fun and exciting technology conferences of the year.
That would be Disrupt San Francisco 2015, an annual event that includes everything from tech-related guest speakers to product demonstrations, new product contests, after-hours mingling, and more. Hosted by TechCrunch, a leading technology media company that profiles startups, reviews new Internet products, and presents breaking tech news, the event is being held at Pier 70 in San Francisco. We recommend purchasing your tickets in advance, as the conference is always well attended.
If you can’t make it, don’t worry!
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Join us at Startup Alley
At some point during the convention, be sure to stop by the Ideator booth, which is located in “Startup Alley“. That’s the section of the conference where early-stage companies show off their talent and technology in categories ranging from finance and security to e-commerce and travel. Ideator co-founders Jeremy Sanders and Charlie Smith, along with advisor Carter Wigell, founder of Cloudtrigger, will be hosting the booth, so please stop by and say hello.
If you haven’t attended a previous TechCrunch Disrupt conference, you’re in for a treat! Event highlights include:
-Networking and idea sharing. These include forum panels and one-on-one chats with TechCrunch writers and editors, guest speakers, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs.
-Hackathon. Hackers and developers from around the world join forces to create a product within 24 hours.
-Startup Battlefield. Thirty companies pitch their products live on the Disrupt stage in front of a panel of expert judges, members of the press, a live audience of thousands, and an online audience of millions. One lucky contender will take home a $50,000 check and the coveted Disrupt Cup.