Prices increase in four days for founder workshops at TC Early Stage - 3 minutes read


The countdown clock is running, and you have just four days left to score the lowest price on passes to TC Early Stage 2020, which takes place on July 21-22. We’ve packed this two-day virtual event with more than 50 workshops covering essential topics that every early-stage founder needs to master.

Take advantage of the early-bird price before the offer disappears on June 26 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT). Buy your pass today and you’ll save yourself a tidy $50.

The price of admission gives you access to all the interactive breakout sessions, the Main Stage interviews and CrunchMatch, our AI-powered networking platform that eases networking stress and increases your productivity.

Choose from dozens of sessions focused on the issues that keep you up at night. We’re talking to top investors and ecosystem specialists answering your questions on critical topics like constructing a term sheet, how to raise funds, building a tech stack, growth marketing, product management and how to hire.

Here’s just a small sample of the breakout sessions waiting for you at TC Early Stage 2020.

Why should anyone care? (Making your brand stand out) — Startups often struggle to create a narrative that stands out. As a General Partner at Coatue, former head of Comms at Facebook, and co-founder of the OutCast Agency, Caryn Marooney has seen it all. Come learn the brand and messaging framework that can help your company stand out (while staying true to yourself).

— Startups often struggle to create a narrative that stands out. As a General Partner at Coatue, former head of Comms at Facebook, and co-founder of the OutCast Agency, Caryn Marooney has seen it all. Come learn the brand and messaging framework that can help your company stand out (while staying true to yourself). Think like a PM for VC Pitch Success — Your pitchdeck is not just a reflection of your business, it’s a product unto itself. Your startup’s success, and avoiding the end of your runway, depends on the conversion rate of that product. Hear from Plexo Capital founding partner Lo Toney about how thinking like a PM when crafting your pitch deck can produce outstanding results.

Here’s another reason to act quickly. We’re limiting each session to about 100 people, and seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Buy your pass and sign-up now to get the sessions you want. The good news: You can drop a session to choose another in case of a schedule conflict. Plus, we’re making videos of all sessions available on-demand exclusively to ticket holders.

TC Early Stage 2020 takes place on July 21-22 and the early-bird clock is in play. You have until June 26 at 11:59 p.m. (PDT) to save on an event designed to help you keep your startup moving forward. What are you waiting for? Buy your pass today.

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Source: TechCrunch

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