TechCrunch Early Stage 2023 is an event for budget-minded entrepreneurs and early-stage startup founders looking to gain hands-on training and access to leading experts across a range of specialties. The one-day startup bootcamp, taking place in Boston on April 20, offers over 40 highly engaging presentations, workshops, and roundtables with interactive Q&A sessions and plenty of time for networking.
Some of the topics covered in the event include legal issues, fundraising, marketing, growth, product-market fit, pitching, and recruiting, among others. Founders will learn from industry experts such as Dayna Grayson from Construct Capital on how to pitch investors on their TAM (total addressable market), how to engage with incubators and accelerators, and how to raise funds outside of Silicon Valley.
TechCrunch Early Stage offers founders a deeper understanding of important topics and skills essential to startup success. Early-bird founder passes are available for just $249, saving participants $200. College students can also attend the event for just $99. It’s essential not to procrastinate as early-bird pricing ends on April 1.