The only thing worse than missing out on attending Disrupt Berlin (the horror!) is paying nearly 30 percent more for your ticket than you have to. And that’s just what will happen if you don’t snag your tickets before November 3. That’s right, the early-bird ticket pricing goes extinct in three short days. Die uhr tickt — the clock is ticking.
Right now, you can buy a general-admission conference pass to both days of Disrupt Berlin for €833 (including VAT). But come midnight local Berlin time on November 3, the price jumps to €1190 (VAT included). Let’s be blunt. Attending Disrupt Berlin is awesome even at full price, but why miss the chance to save €357? Think of how many cases of Red Bull you could buy with that.
And if you need reminding why Disrupt Berlin is the must-attend event for entrepreneurs, innovators and investors, let us count the ways. It’s Europe’s premier showcase for revolutionary startups. It’s where you can hear some of the top tech entrepreneurs and investors interviewed by TechCrunch reporters on the Disrupt main stage. It’s a chance to take a deeper dive and learn more about cutting-edge technological ideas and innovation.
Speaking of deep dives, you won’t want to miss our newest addition to the Disrupt experience: Off the Record sessions. These are moderated panel discussions with main stage-caliber speakers that take place in a smaller, more intimate setting. The 45-minute sessions (followed by plenty of networking opportunities) give you, the attendee, more time to delve into the big topics of the show, including:
Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain
Health & Biotech
If, for example, you’re into robotics, you won’t want to miss ABB CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer discuss industrial robotics on the main stage. Follow that up by sitting in on the Off the Record robotics session to learn even more about this critical technology. We'll be announcing our Off the Record session speakers in the coming weeks!
Don’t pay full price to attend Disrupt Berlin, which takes place December 4-5, 2017 at Arena Berlin, Eichenstraße 412435. Die uhr tickt, lieblings. Buy those early-bird tickets today.
This article originally appeared on TechCrunch.