August 4, 2017

Win Two Tickets To TechCrunch Disrupt SF

TechCrunch Disrupt SF Giveaway

You could win two free tickets to Disrupt SF 2017 and join over 5000 entrepreneurs, product managers, and investors at the three-day tech conference (Sept. 18-20).

Meet hundreds of early-stage startups in Startup Alley, be inspired by some of the world’s leading tech authorities speaking on the main stage, and network over a drink at the Disrupt After Party. Investors and early-stage founders can also take advantage of CrunchMatch, a white-glove startup to investor matching program. Don’t just take our word for how awesome Disrupt is, here’s what one product marketer had to say:

“Working in Product Marketing, I am particularly interested in how startups are thinking about their product positioning, audience targeting and go to market strategy. Whether hearing from panel speakers or talking with entrepreneurs in the StartUp Alley,  I was able to see real-life case studies of these strategies in action.” Carrie Friedrich, Product Marketing at LinkedIn

Giveaway Details:

  • 2x tickets to Disrupt SF 2017 ($6000 total value)
  • Tickets give you general admission access to:
    • All three days of the Conference
    • CrunchMatch (for qualifying investors and founders)
    • After Party (21+ over only)
    • Disrupt SF App
  • Tickets cannot be exchanged for another ticket type
  • No travel, lodging, or any other expenses incurred by winner is covered by the giveaway
  • Giveaway runs from August 4, 2017 – August 31, 2017, @ 11:59 pm PST
  • One winner will be selected to win the 2 tickets and notified by email

Products That Count is one of the largest communities of product managers, leaders and entrepreneurs in the world. It provides insider access to founders and C-level execs such as Netflix Product VP, Crossing the Chasm legendary author, Trulia Founder, or Lyft CMO, via speaker series, podcasts, and invite-only executive retreats. Partners include WeChat, Yelp, LeanPlum, Pragmatic Marketing, and StartupDigest. Its venture arm, Mighty Capital, invests in companies building products that count once they have demonstrated product/market fit.