Just two weeks left to score early bird passes for TC Early Stage

Tackling the learning curve that comes with creating a startup is not for the faint of heart. So many questions, so little time search for reliable and effective advice. Enter TechCrunch Early Stage 2021 – two separate, virtual bootcamps designed specifically for early stage founders and open to entrepreneurs and beginner enthusiasts.

Budget-friendly tips: The first part of the TC Early Stage takes place on April 2-2 and you have two weeks left to score the bird’s starting price and save up to $250. The Founder Pass costs $199 and the Innovator Pass (for investors and other beginner fans) costs $299. The opening bird lasts at 11:59 pm (PT) 27 February even the TC Early Stage April and July bootcamps have separate speakers, topics and content.

At the TC Early Stage, you will participate in interactive sessions and learn from a wide range of startup ecosystems from leading experts and investors – management, product lifecycles, fundraising and recruitment for beginners. These are just two examples of people who are willing to help you move your startup dreams forward.

Learn from people like Alexa von Tobel because she leads discussions on finances for financiers. Have questions to rise found the series? Do not miss the rest of the cleaner Parkinson Moore as he breaks down this complex issue.

We are adding an exciting opportunity to two of the TC Early Stage bootcamps – the TC Early Stage pitch-off. The ten early stages startups will present investors, press and tech industry leaders directly to a global audience. This type of exposure can change the trajectory of a startup in any possible way.

You will find all the pitch-off details here – how it works, who qualifies for the competition, what the contestants receive, and stay in stores for prizes for the final winner. Alternatively, chase and apply for the April 2 pitch-off before hitting before 11:59 a.m. on (PT) February 21.

Whether you are competing or watching, says Katia Paramonova, founder and CEO of Centrly (who was present at the early stages of 2020), a pitch critique shows you ways to strengthen your pitch deck.

“The pitch deck teardown session was great. The VCs reviewed my decks and gave specific, effective advice. It was also helpful to provide comments about their other decks. We are incorporating feedback and when we start raising funds, the improved slides will make it easier for VCs to understand our value proposition.”

TC Early Stage Operations and Fundraising held April 1-2. Do not miss this opportunity to learn the essentials of building a more powerful startup. In addition, do not skip the bird savings at first. 11:59 p.m. Buy your pass beforehand (remember, you will save more and learn twice with a double event pass) (PT) on 27 February.