Last day to save on passes to TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

The final countdown to early-bird savings is in play, and you have mere hours left to save $ 100 on passes to TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 (October 6-7). The early-bird offer expires — and prices go up — today, September 11 at 11:59 p.m. (PT). Why pay more than necessary? Buy your pass now and keep more money in your wallet.

Whether you’re already part of the mobility revolution or just exploring the possibilities within this rapidly changing industry, Mobility 2020 is designed with you in mind.

“I’m a serial entrepreneur with two mobility companies, and TC Sessions: Mobility was the perfect place to explore opportunities for both. We attended to connect with potential clients who need mobile applications for their businesses. And we also went to learn more about the micromobility landscape in the U.S.” — Parug Demircioglu, CEO at Invemo and partner at Nito Bikes.

You’ll hear from and engage with some of the industry’s leading voices. The visionaries, makers and investors building the future and changing the way we move everything around the world. Check out the agenda here.

“TC Sessions: Mobility exceeded my expectations in terms of useful content. Every panel discussion I attended, every interaction I had was relevant to my work or to my daily life — because we don’t stop living at 5 p.m.” — Jens Lehmann, technical lead and product manager, SAP.

You’ll spend two days diving deep into mobility and transportation tech, trends and regulatory realities. Explore and connect with more than 40 early-stage mobility startups exhibiting in our virtual expo. And — because no one goes far alone — CrunchMatch, our AI-powered platform, helps you expand and strengthen your network with people who align with your business goals.

“The networking at TC Sessions: Mobility is terrific. Our company’s building momentum in the U.S. market, and the opportunity to meet and talk with all the players is very important. The CrunchMatch platform made it easy to connect, and I used it to schedule 22 meetings.” — Melika Jahangiri, vice president at Wunder Mobility.

And then there’s the newest addition to TC Sessions: Mobility — Pitch Night, which kicks off the evening of October 5. Read the details here, and if you’re interested in participating, submit an application here by September 15.

So many outstanding reasons to attend TC Sessions: Mobility 2020, and one compelling reason to beat the deadline. Buy your pass before 11:59 p.m. (PT) tonight, and you’ll save $ 100.

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Three days left to save on passes to TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

Electric vehicles, dock-less scooters, autonomous trucks, ride-hailing apps and the AI that fuels them all — it’s a world of transportation that even a visionary like Leonardo Da Vinci could scarcely imagine. On October 6-7, modern-day visionaries from around the world will gather virtually for TC Sessions: Mobility 2020.

This is your chance to channel your inner Da Vinci and save $ 100 in the process. Early-bird pricing ends in just three days — buy your pass before the deadline expires on September 11 at 11:59 p.m. (PT).

We’re excited about a new event this year — Pitch Night. If you’d like to be considered for one of only 10 spots in this competition, submit an application here before September 15.

We’ll choose 10 early-stage mobility startups to deliver a one-minute pitch to a panel of judges on the night of October 5. Only five will move on to the final round to pitch again the following day, October 6, live from Mobility 2020’s Main Stage. We’re talking exposure to thousands of attendees, press, industry leaders and VCs.

If you want to succeed, you need to stay on top of the latest trends in mobility, and that’s no small order in a fast-moving industry. Here are just two examples of the many speakers and topics we have to keep you informed. Check out the event agenda here.

The Road to the All-Electric Air: Just weeks after Lucid Motors unveils its long-anticipated all-electric luxury Air sedan, we’ll sit down with CEO Peter Rawlinson to discuss the challenges of building a car company and assembling that first production vehicle as well as plans for the future.

Building an AV Startup: Ike co-founder and chief engineer Nancy Sun will share her experiences in the world of automation and robotics, a ride that has taken her from Apple to Otto and Uber before she set off to start a self-driving truck company. Sun will discuss what the future holds for trucking and the challenges and the secrets behind building a successful mobility startup.

CrunchMatch, our AI-enhanced platform, makes connecting with attendees and expanding your network easier and faster. It also helps you stay organized and on schedule. When you register for Mobility 2020, simply answer a few quick questions about your business preferences and you’ll be automatically registered for CrunchMatch — and you’ll receive an email telling you how and when to access the platform.

Early bird pricing disappears on September 11 at 11:59 p.m. (PT). Buy your pass now and save. We think Da Vinci would approve.

Is your company interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020? Contact our sponsorship sales team by filling out this form.

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5 days left to save on early bird passes to TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 kicks off in 37 days, but the countdown clock on early-bird pricing runs out in just five. Engage with the mobility community’s brightest minds, makers, visionaries and investors from around the globe on October 6-7. Buy your early-bird pass before the bird expires September 4 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT), and you’ll save $ 100 over full price.

Why attend TC Sessions: Mobility 2020? It offers beaucoup benefits, but let’s start here. Whether you’re launching a mobility startup or you’re an established player, you’ll gain valuable insight to help position and grow your business.

“I learned a lot from the breakout sessions. An official from the Los Angeles DOT spoke about the city’s plan to build pathways for micro mobility vehicles. Access to experts sharing that kind of information is essential for anyone launching a micro mobility startup. — Parug Demircioglu, CEO at Invemo and partner at Nito Bikes.”

“As a mobility company, we need to stay on the cutting edge of what’s happening in the space and know what others are doing. TC Sessions: Mobility helps us tap into the latest trends, like which cities are open to new services, which ones are having a harder time and what’s going on with MDS — probably the hottest topic at this point.” — Melika Jahangiri, vice president at Wunder Mobility.

Now that you’ve heard directly from your peers, let’s talk about what’s on the mobility menu. A kickass agenda for starters. Let’s take a peek.

  • Setting the Record Straight — Argo AI has gone from unknown startup to a company providing autonomous vehicle technology to Ford and VW — not to mention billions in investment from the two global automakers. Co-founder and CEO Bryan Salesky will talk about the company’s journey, what’s next and what it really takes to commercialize autonomous vehicle technology.
  • The Future of Trucking — TuSimple co-founder and CTO Xiaodi Hou and Boris Sofman, former Anki Robotics founder and CEO who now leads Waymo’s trucking unit, will discuss the business and the technical challenges of autonomous trucking.

You’ll hear interviews with top founders, technologists and investors. You’ll also hear from big players, like Lyft and Uber, and household giants like Porsche and Audi who can see the mobile writing on the wall. But we also have plenty of room for newbies and upstarts. In fact, we’ve added a pitch-off to this year’s lineup. We’ll announce more details on how early-stage mobility startup founders can apply to compete, so stay tuned.

Don’t miss out on the mobility event of the year — or miss out on serious savings. You have just five days left to beat the clock and save $ 100. Buy your pass to TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 before September 4 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT). Don’t let the early bird flip you the worm.

Is your company interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020? Contact our sponsorship sales team by filling out this form.

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Beat the clock: Get your group discount passes to TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

The expression “it takes a village” easily applies to building a successful mobility startup, especially in uncertain and tumultuous times. It also takes opportunities, and you’ll find plenty of those at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 (Oct. 6-7). Even better — you can bring your entire village, increase your opportunity potential and save money with our group discount. Win-win-ka-ching!

When you book four or more tickets to TC Sessions: Mobility, you’ll trim $ 25 off the price of each pass — but only if you buy them before the deadline: Sept. 4 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT). Prices go up September 5.

The two-day conference focuses on every aspect of mobility and transportation — autonomy, micro-mobility, AI-based mobility applications, investment, regulatory issues, battery technology and more. Learn from the leading experts about the current state of the industry and what trends — and which players — will shape its future.

You and your village can divide and conquer — gather the latest intel, network to build essential connections and engage in the kinds of conversations that lead to lasting partnerships. What you learn can shift the way you think about your goals. Here’s what two team members from FlashParking had to say about their experience.

“We left TC Sessions: Mobility with a good vision of how the space will evolve over the next three to five years. It will help us position our company and understand how to think about strategy and partnerships going forward.” — Jeff Johnson, vice president of enterprise sales and solutions at FlashParking.

“TC Sessions: Mobility isn’t just an educational opportunity, it’s a real networking opportunity. Everyone was passionate and open to creating pilot programs or other partnerships. That was the most exciting part. And now — thanks to a conference connection — we’re talking with Goodyear’s Innovation Lab.” — Karin Maake, senior director of communications at FlashParking.

CrunchMatch — our free business matchmaking platform — makes networking in a virtual venue easier. Answer a few quick questions, and the AI-powered tool helps you find, connect and schedule 1:1 video calls with the kinds of people you need to grow your business. Looking for investors? Check. Need a developer? Can do. Want to add new startups to you portfolio? CrunchMatch covers all the bases.

We haven’t touched on the great speakers we have on tap or explored the TC Sessions Mobility 2020 agenda. Peruse it at your leisure, but don’t dawdle. Buy your group discount passes by September 4 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT) and save. Opportunity calls, and it’ll take a village to take advantage of all of them.

Is your company interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020? Contact our sponsorship sales team by filling out this form.

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Student get 60% off passes to Disrupt 2020

Budget-strapped students, this post is for you. We have a limited number of discount passes to Disrupt 2020 for $ 125 a pop. Buy your student pass now, before one of two things happen. One, we run out of tickets. Two, the price on any remaining passes increases on September 13. Insert sad face emoji here.

Your pass may come at a discount, but there’s nothing discounted about your Disrupt 2020 experience. You’ll have total access to five full days of programming across all the Disrupt stages. You’ll hear from some of the most influential people in technology, investing and business — we’re talking movers, shakers and makers like CRISPR researcher Jennifer Doudna, Sequoia Capital’s Roelof Botha and Zoom founder Eric Yuan. Check the agenda and plan your schedule now.

If you’re a budding founder, be sure to attend one of our Pitch Deck Teardown sessions. In these sessions, a new addition to the Disrupt lineup, top venture capitalists will critique an early-stage startup’s pitch deck and provide tips to improve it. Want to be considered for the teardown treatment? Submit your pitch deck here.

Mosey on over to the Extra Crunch Stage where seasoned veterans hold forth on subjects that every early-stage startup founder needs to learn. Topics like how to craft a pitch deck or how to raise money in an economic downturn. Join the interactive Q&As and glean real-world tips from experts in marketing, business development and investing.

Explore Digital Startup Alley and discover hundreds of exciting new startups. Use CrunchMatch, our free AI-powered networking platform to find and connect with likeminded attendees around the world — discover employment opportunities, schedule 1:1 virtual meetings to meet founders, pitch investors or highlight your expertise. The platform is live right now, which gives you weeks to master your networking mojo.

Don’t miss Startup Battlefield — our always-epic pitch competition — as an international cohort of extraordinary startups competes virtually for glory, massive media attention, investor affection and, of course, $ 100,000 in equity-free cash.

Disrupt 2020 takes place September 14 -18. Students, buy your 60% off pass to the full Disrupt experience before they’re gone. No one wants a sad emoji face.

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Last chance to save on Disrupt 2020 passes

It’s last call startup fans, last call. We’re not talking about International Beer Day (which is a thing and it’s today — look it up). No, we mean August 7 is your absolute last chance to save up to $ 300 on a pass to Disrupt 2020. Beat the clock, buy your early-bird pass before 11:59 p.m. (PT), and then hoist a beer to celebrate your savvy shopping. We’ll drink to that!

Every new challenge presents new opportunities and that holds true for TechCrunch’s first all-virtual Disrupt. Now Disrupt is bigger, more accessible and more global than ever. Thousands of attendees across the world have five full days — September 14-18 — to connect, network, exhibit, compete and learn new and better ways to build their business.

As always, Disrupt features the top minds and makers in tech, investment and business. Check out the interviews, panels discussions, interactive Q&As and workshops that explore and tackle new trends, crucial issues and a metric ton (we measured) of how-tos designed to inform and support early-stage startups.

In a nod to the diverse, global aspect of this Disrupt, we’re also planning sessions that focus on Europe and Asia. Translation: time zone-friendly scheduling that won’t keep you up at night. Stay tuned for more on that front soon.

Here’s a quick snapshot of the Disrupt 2020 agenda with just some of the topics leading experts will discuss. We’ll divulge more in the coming weeks. Hey, that’s another reason to stay tuned.

We’ve just scratched the surface of what you can do at Disrupt.

Network with CrunchMatch, our AI-powered platform that gets smarter the more you use it. It easily finds and connects you with the right people — you know, the ones who can help you reach your goals. And it opens weeks ahead of Disrupt to give you even more time to expand your network.

Explore hundreds of early-stage startups in Digital Startup Alley — or exhibit there yourself. Find new customers, potential investors, exciting partnerships.

Watch some of the most promising early-stage startups around the world go head-to-head in the renown Startup Battlefield pitch competition. Which team will earn the Disrupt Cup and take home $ 100,000 in equity-free cash?

It’s time. Time to heed the last call, buy your Disrupt 2020 pass before 11:59 p.m. (PT) today and save up to $ 300. You could celebrate the heck out of International Beer Day with that kind of money — hey, we don’t judge.

Is your company interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at Disrupt 2020? Contact our sponsorship sales team by filling out this form.

 

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