TechCrunch Disrupt joins forces with Google Cloud for Startup Battlefield 200

Tolani Alvita
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TechCrunch is joining forces with Google Cloud as its lead partner for Startup Battlefield 200. This event will highlight and support the most promising startups from around the globe at TechCrunch Disrupt 2024, which will take place in San Francisco from October 28-30.

At the heart of this collaboration is a shared vision of fostering innovation. Google Cloud is dedicated to helping startups scale faster and smarter through a combination of robust infrastructure, advanced AI capabilities, and global networks. This approach aligns seamlessly with the goals of TechCrunch Disrupt and Startup Battlefield 200, which aim to spotlight and nurture the next wave of industry disruptors.

TechCrunch Startup Battlefield 200 has a rich history of propelling early-stage companies to stardom, with notable alumni such as Dropbox, Mint and Trello. This year, the event will showcase 200 startups, selected for their innovative potential and diverse industry representation.

Participants in Startup Battlefield 200 receive invaluable exposure, networking opportunities and the chance to compete for a $100,000 equity-free prize. Beyond these tangible benefits, the event fosters an environment where cutting-edge ideas can flourish and the seeds of future industry leaders can be planted.

More information about Startup Battlefield 200 can be found here.

About TechCrunch Disrupt 2024

TechCrunch Disrupt is where you’ll find innovation for every stage of your startup journey. Whether you’re a budding founder with a revolutionary idea, a seasoned startup looking to scale or an investor seeking the next big thing, TechCrunch Disrupt offers unparalleled resources, connections and expert insights to propel your venture forward. Over 10,000 startup leaders will be attending this year’s event on October 28-30 in San Francisco. Learn more here.

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