TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Application Deadline (July 1st) Fast Approaching

TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield Application Deadline (July 1st) Fast Approaching

Startup Battlefield, TechCrunch’s premiere startup launch competition is still accepting applications. If you are a startup, and would like to pitch during the TechCrunchDisrupt SF (Sept 21-23, 2015). Then, you have less than seven (7) days remaining before the application windows closes (July 1st at 9 a.m. PDT.).

Why apply for the Startup Battlefield

In a nutshell; you get stage time and feedback from authoritative judges in the business like Roelof Botha of Sequoia Capital and Fred Wilson of Union Square Ventures.

TechCrunch Battlefield teams will also have plenty in store for you behind the scene; you really  get all pumped up. They will give you pitch coaching to increase your chances of impressing the judges and a free booth at the Battlefield section of Startup Alley. You also get to rub shoulders with TechCrunch’s speakers and judges at the very exclusive event.

If you become the startup that knocked off the socks from the judges, you will walk away with the $50,000 grand prize and the highly coveted Disrupt Cup. The winner could be you, but you will never know if you do not apply. To apply now, click here.

The Disrupt SF 2015 will take place on September 21-23, at the historic Pier 70 in San Francisco.

About past Startup Battlefield

Since 2007, there have been over 500 Startup Battlefield alumni, and over $5.2 billion have been raised for the startup after they pitched on TechCrunch stage. The Battlefield has been very instrumental to the uprising of companies. Such as Fitbit that recently got more than 50% on its recent IPO and the HR startup, Zenefits, which raised $500 million Series C round with a $4.5 billion valuation.

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