No matter what slice of the mobility market you’ve claimed as your own — AVs, EVs, data mining, AI, dockless scooters, robotics, or the batteries that will charge and change the world — you won’t find a better place to showcase your extraordinary tech and talent than.
and virtually plant your early-stage mobility startup in front of a global audience that’s focused exclusively on one of the most complex, rapidly evolving industries. TC Sessions: Mobility, which takes place on June 9, features the top minds and makers, draws thousands of attendees, fosters collaborative community, and creates a networking environment ripe with opportunities.
Pro tip: This package is for pre-Series A, early-stage startups only.
The Startup Exhibitor Package costs $380, and it comes with four all-access passes to the event. But wait (insert infomercial voice here), there’s more!
Your virtual expo booth features lead-generation capabilities. You can highlight your pitch deck, run a video loop, anddemos. Network with CrunchMatch, our AI-powered platform, to find and connect with the people who can help forward. CrunchMatch lets you host private — pitch investors, recruit new talent, or grow your customer base.
You’ll have access to all the presentations, panel discussions, and breakout sessions, too. And video-on-demand means you won’t miss out.
Here’s a peek at just some ofplan’s great programming you and, thanks to those extra passes, your team can attend — or catch later with VOD:
- EV Founders in Focus: We sit down with the founders poised to take advantage of the rise in . , we will chat with Kameale Terry, co-founder and CEO of ChargerHelp!, a startup that enables on-demand repair of electric vehicle charging stations.
- Will Venture Capital Drive the Future of Mobility? Clara Brenner, Quin Garcia, and Rachel Holt will discuss how the their investment strategies, the hottest sectors within the mobility industry, the rise of SPACs as a financial instrument, and where they plan to put their capital in 2021 and beyond.
- Driving Innovation at GM is in the midst of sweeping changes that will eventually turn it into an EV-only producer of cars, trucks and SUVs. But the auto giant’s push to electrify passenger vehicles is just one of many efforts to be a leader in innovation and the future of transportation. We’ll talk with Pam Fletcher, vice president of innovation at GM, one of the behind the 113-year-old automaker’s push to become an agile, tech-centric company.
takes place June 9. and set yourself up for global exposure and networking success. Please show us your extraordinary !
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