In the wise words of Rafiki, “it is time.”
The New York TechCrunch Meetup + Pitch-off is going down tomorrow night, Thursday March 20, at 6pm on the dot at Santos Party House. Be there, or hate yourself for missing out on a night of networking, beer-guzzling, and good, old-fashioned fun.
Along with my beautiful self, we’ll have some incredible on-stage speakers. Derek Gottfrid, Tumblr’s VP of Product will join us for a fireside chat, and to top it all off, we’ve wrangled some of the biggest investors in Silicon Alley to judge our Startup Pitch-Off competition, including David Tisch, David Teten, and Josh Guttman.
These companies will have a total of 60 seconds each to present to the judges, with no demos or visual aids of any kind. The pressure is on, but the companies we’ve selected to participate will surely rise to the challenge.
This is the third time TechCrunch has descended on the city that never sleeps, and each year has been better than the last. Will the same be true this year?
Chances are, it probably won’t unless you show up. Yes, you. Without you there, none of us are going to have any fun. In fact, I might not even go at all.
Is that enough of a guilt trip? Good.
We can go together, then.