Startups, demo tables are still available for TC Sessions: Robotics+AI

Startups, demo tables are still available for TC Sessions: Robotics+AI

TechCrunch is known for helping startups get to the next level by providing a platform for them to showcase their work at a demo table. Startup demo tables for TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI on April 18 are still available for any early-stage robotics or AI startup with $3M or less in funding. This is your chance to get your robotics or AI startup the exposure it needs to make connections and grow.

Startup demo tables get your company in front of over 1,000 people who are specifically interested in robotics and AI – including some heavy-hitter investors and TechCrunch writers. Each demo table not only comes with its own dedicated space but also includes 3 tickets for your entire startup crew to enjoy the show. The event attracts a flock of students from schools like UC Berkeley and Stanford, making it a great opportunity for you to find your next engineer or intern.

When you book your $1,500 startup demo table you’ll be networking with the industry’s doers, movers and shakers that can potentially give you the leg up you need to grow. This event provides an exceptional opportunity to demo your product in front of a very smart, very large and very targeted audience. This year’s lineup (a work in progress) will not disappoint with speakers such as Arnaud Thiercellin (DJI), Melonee Wise (Fetch Robotics), and Peter Barrett (Playground Global).

Here’s what else you can expect at TC Sessions: Robotics + AI. TechCrunch editors will host a full day of interviews and demos (like this one) on the main stage. And we’ll have workshops and other demos running in parallel. Want to know more? Check out the full coverage from last year. And, as always, there will be plenty of opportunity for world-class networking.

Don’t miss a spectacular day-long event focused exclusively on robotics and AI. Come learn, teach, demo and network. And buy your tickets and a demo table now before it’s too late. We can’t wait to see you there!

Source: techcrunch

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