We need you at Hardware Alley. But we’re about to shut down submissions. You need to get cracking. We want you there. So maybe get a ticket? Or ask me for a free one if you’re bootstrapping? Either way, let’s do this thing.
Remember: It’s a great time. You get to meet great founders and VCs, and I’d love to meet you. Hardware is my favorite thing in the world and you’re some of my favorite people.
What is Hardware Alley? It’s a celebration of hardware startups (and other cool gear makers) that features everything from robotic drones to 3D printers. We try to bring in an eclectic mix of amazing exhibitors and I think you’ll agree that our previous Alleys have been roaring successes.
We’d like you to register as a Hardware Alley exhibitor. You’ll get to exhibit on the last day of Disrupt SF, September 10 (or take a full, three-day package), to show off your goods and get access to some of the most interesting people (and most interesting VCs) in the world.
All you need to demo is a laptop. TechCrunch provides you with: 30″ round cocktail table, linens, table-top sign, inclusion in program agenda and website, exhibitor WiFi, and press list.
You can reserve your spot by purchasing a Hardware Alley Exhibitor Package here.
If you are Kickstarting your project now or bootstrapping, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “HARDWARE ALLEY.” I will do my best to accommodate you.
Hope to see you in SF!