Reap big perks when you attend both TC Early Stage 2021 events – TechCrunch
Where can new founders and budding entrepreneurs turn for expert advice on navigating the training phases of building a startup? Head toward TechCrunch Early Stage – a two-day virtual bootcamp that gives early founders (from pre-seed to Series A) access to leading experts across a range of essential entrepreneurial skills.
We’re talking dozens of workshops covering operations, fundraising, pitch deck pointers, term sheet advice, product-market fit, brand building, growth marketing, recruiting. , taming your tech stack, and more.
Is that a long way to go, amirite? This is exactly why we are running two Early Stage events this year. Each offers different content, a distinct list of speakers, and unique perspectives. Both offer highly interactive Q&A with the experts. Get all your burning questions answered!
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The first TC-ES, on April 1 and 2, covers topics ranging from fundraising and operations to product lifecycle and recruiting – for starters. The second, on July 8 and 9, covers market positioning, growth marketing, content development and more on fundraising.
Of course, you can attend just one Early Stage event, but savvy startuppers (that’s you, right?) Will tune in for a double dose of knowledge and attend both. It’s not just marketing talk – the benefits are real.
Buy a two-event pass (for a nice discount, by the way), and you’ll not only learn more, but you’ll also have more time to absorb and implement critical tips that can lead to your success. . Seriously, what topics and tips can you afford to miss? Don’t let FOMO haunt you.
You’ll also have plenty of opportunities to connect and network with other early founders, later founders, and other smart members of the startup – oh, what’s the word? – community. Build your contacts, find the support and mentorship you need. Remember, we all go further together.
We featured TC Early Stage last year to rave reviews – like this one from Socicraft Founder Chloe Leaaetoa:
You learn from industry leaders and seasoned founders – people who have been there and have done it. They were sincere and honest about the expectations of the industry. Plus, they shared first-hand accounts, which made them easier to understand.
And this one from Ashley Barrington, founder of MarketPearl:
I recommend going at the early stage. The virtual aspect helps with planning, it helps build community through networking, and it gives early career founders a framework to navigate the startup ecosystem. This is where the founders need more support, especially if they’ve never done it before. Check out vibrator here.
Go all-in and attend TC Early Stage 2021 in April and still in July. Increase your knowledge, sharpen your skills, avoid pitfalls and grow your network. These are great benefits and you deserve all of them.
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