All good things, as they say, must come to an end. That definitely holds true for early-bird pricing on Disrupt Berlin tickets. In just a few short hours — at midnight tonight, local Berlin time to be precise — the general admission ticket price increases 30 percent.
Buy your tickets today, before the clock strikes 12, and you pay €833. But at 12:01, the price goes up to €1190 (all pricing includes VAT). The early bird flies the coop, and the late bird won’t get the worm — in this case, substantial savings.
Disrupt Berlin promises non-stop excitement spanning two jam-packed days (four if you’re lucky enough to score free tickets to participate in the Hackathon on December 2-3). Here’s a taste of what you can expect:
- World-class speakers on the Disrupt Berlin main stage. While our roster of speakers features an amazing line-up of startup founders and developers, it also includes an impressive group of venture capitalists. Want to learn more about fundraising or gain insight into what current trends VCs look for? Don’t miss speakers like fintech investor Jan Hammer of Index Ventures, Samantha Jérusalmy, a partner at Elaia Partners, Ciarán O’Leary, co-founder of BlueYard Capital and many more.
- A world-famous startup competition, otherwise known as Startup Battlefield. We chose 15 of the most promising early-stage tech startups to go head-to-head live on the main stage. See who takes the $50,000 grand prize, the Disrupt Cup and joins the ranks of past Battlefield winners like Dropbox, Mint and Yammer.
- A world of technology. You’ll find it in Startup Alley, where hundreds of companies showcase their tech and talent. TechCrunch organizes Startup Alley exhibitors into featured pavilions by categories (like Health & Biotech, Mobility & Transportation and Robotics) or countries. Some of the country pavilions you’ll find at Disrupt Berlin include The Czech Republic, Lithuania, Japan, Korea and Moldova — to name a few.
Disrupt Berlin, which takes place December 4-5, 2017 at Arena Berlin, offers incredible value. But come midnight tonight, you’ll have to pay more to get it. Buy your ticket and get the early-bird savings now — while you still can.
Source of news : Techcrunch