there’s no crying in baseballAnd there are certainly no shortcuts in building a successful startup. But, thanks to marketing and fundraising at TC Early Stage 2021: July 8-9, you don’t have to reinvent the freakin wheel.
This two-day bootcamp gives early-stage founders (pre-seeds through Series A) access to leading experts and top investors in the startup ecosystem. They will host a series of interactive Q&A sessions focused on essential topics, such as pitch development, fundraising, brand building, growth marketing and more. Take a look at the agenda.
Here are some reasons to take time out from your busy schedule and participate in this virtual event.
1. Because your contemporaries say so
“Early Phase 2020 was a great opportunity to hear veteran startup founders talk about their experiences and how they overcame many of the challenges I faced then and am going through now. It’s like a mini masterclass in entrepreneurship.” – Ashley Barrington, Founder, Market Pearl.
“Sequoia Capital’s session, ‘Getting Started With Your Customer,’ focused on the benefits of storytelling and building a customer persona. I took this idea to my team and we developed storytelling to help engage new customers. Implemented. That one session has changed my business.” — Chloe Lietoa, Founder, Socicraft.
2. Join the Community and Opportunity
Setting up a startup can be a frustrating and sometimes lonely affair. It helps to bounce ideas off other early founders who know exactly what you’re doing. You never know where those communal ties may lead, and a rough rolodex Always good for business.
Make ad-hoc connections in the chat feature of our virtual platform. Want more strategic tools? Crunchmatch, our AI-powered networking platform, makes it simple to find and schedule 1:1 meetings with people who align with your business goals.
3. Bust out breakout sessions
You’ll learn a lot about growing your business in interactive Q&A sessions like these:
Iterate more effectively with React: A good product alone is not enough. To be successful, early stage companies need to optimize all stages of the customer journey. This session will include strategies, best practices and case studies on how to use customer feedback to understand customer needs, create more compelling messages, and improve at all stages of the customer experience.
Growth hacking, product fit and pricing: Superhuman’s Rahul Vohra shares strategies for early-stage founders on topics like hacking your way to product-market fit, driving user sign-ups without breaking the bank on paid ads, and identifying your product’s price point of.
How to determine your earned media strategy: Learn how to build an effective earned media strategy for your startup, based on the deep expertise of Rebecca Reeve Henderson developing effective communication programs for some of the world’s top business software companies. Earned media, aka the kind of exposure you get from a Nerdshala article, is a key element of any startup’s marketing strategy, but it’s also one of the hardest things to get right. Rebecca has worked with companies like Slack, Shopify, Zapier, Canva, and many more to help earn media strategies effectively in one of the toughest areas of all: B2B SaaS.
4. Pitchitch in TC Early Stage
Day two is all about pitch-off. Ten early-stage startups will take to the virtual stage and deliver their best five-minute pitches to a global audience of investors, TC editors, the press and event attendees. A five-minute Q&A with the judges follows that pitch. want a shot? go ahead because you need to apply here Until June 7th!
5. You Can Still Save $100 (If You Act Fast)
TC Early Stage 2021: Marketing and fundraising starts July 8-9 and for all you early birds, you can save a cool Benjamin when you register before the next Friday, June 11 at 11:59 pm (PT). so what are you waiting for? Register Today!
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