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One dozen days. That’s how much time you have left to apply for the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt Berlin 2017. If you want to introduce your early-stage company to the world, there’s no better place to do so than from the Startup Battlefield main stage. It’s the premier launching pad for startups, as Battlefield alumni — like Mint, Dropbox, Yammer and TripIt — can attest.
Can competing in Startup Battlefield really launch your business? A quick look at the numbers shows that, as of February 2017, 648 companies that participated in a Battlefield have raised $6.9 billion and generated a total of 95 exits. This is your opportunity to join their ranks.
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Here’s how Startup Battlefield works. TechCrunch selects anywhere between 15-30 of the top early-stage startups to vie for a $50,000 check and possession of the Disrupt Cup. And — some say this is the best part of competing in a Battlefield — all participants will benefit from the global media exposure and investor networking opportunities.
Each team gets six minutes to pitch their company and to present a live product demo to the Battlefield judges, who follow up immediately with a rigorous Q&A. In addition to...
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