Early bird gets the savings — 4 days left for Disrupt sale

Time is running out for tech enthusiasts and entrepreneurs to secure their early-bird tickets for TechCrunch Disrupt 2024! With only four days left until the May 31 deadline, now is the perfect time to purchase your tickets and save up to $800 before prices increase. This event will be held in San Francisco, drawing 10,000 innovators, investors, and startups from around the globe to discuss the future of technology and business. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of the conversation and network with some of the brightest minds in the industry.

TechCrunch Disrupt 2024 promises an array of insightful sessions designed to reveal the latest trends and equip attendees with strategies for success in the tech world. Here are some session highlights:

How to Find, and Keep, Product-Market Fit: Learn the crucial steps needed to ensure your product meets market needs and sustains its relevance. This session is essential for startups aiming to navigate the challenging landscape of consumer demands and competitive markets.

How to Hire in 2025: Gain forward-thinking advice on recruitment strategies for the coming years. As the job market evolves, understanding how to attract and retain top talent becomes increasingly important. This session will provide valuable insight into the future of hiring, including leveraging technology and adapting to new workforce expectations.

Free but Not Cheap, the Open Source Dilemma: Explore the complexities of using open source software in business. While open source solutions offer significant advantages, they also come with challenges that must be carefully managed. This session will examine how companies can effectively integrate open source tools without compromising on quality or security.

With these exciting sessions and many more on the agenda, TechCrunch Disrupt 2024 is set to be an unmissable event. Make sure to secure your early-bird tickets before prices go up on May 31 at 11:59 p.m. PT and join us for a transformative experience in the heart of the tech industry.