European startups today need to know the best strategies for raising their first funding round, finding users, and building their teams. They’re also looking for answers to pressing questions like how to best handle challenges like Brexit and global trade wars.
These topics and more will be answered this year at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin on December 11-12, as part of a new feature of TechCrunch’s Disrupt shows – the Extra Crunch stage.
Last month at Disrupt SF, founders gathered to hear from speakers including Ray Dalio, Cyan Banister and Andrew Chen — on topics ranging from fundraising tips to where you can find new users today. The traditional main stage was busy, too, as usual – because who doesn’t want to hear from Marc Benioff and Evan Spiegel, or watch the Startup Battlefield?
In Berlin, TechCrunch is bringing in experts including successful founders and investors from across Europe, Silicon Valley and around the world to sit on panels with TechCrunch editors to get into the how-to analysis of what great companies are doing to succeed today.
Asher King Abramson, partner at Bell Curve – a growth marketing agency used by Y Combinator and responsible for tens of millions in revenue for dozens of companies – packed the room at TechCrunch’s San Francisco event. He’ll also be present in Berlin. If you’re attending TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, you can sign up have him consider your assets for the stage in December.
As in SF, TechCrunch will also be doing a pitch deck teardown with investors. Interested?You can submit your deck for consideration here. At the event, immigration experts will be on-hand for those worried about Brexit. Do you have immigration problems? You can tell TechCrunch about it here.
You can get your ticket to Disrupt Berlin right now. The special code EUSTARTUPS will give you a 15% discount on your tickets. Below you’ll find some impressions from last year’s edition of the event: