We’re getting closer to putting our spotlight on Pittsburgh, and there’s a fair bit going on behind the scenes. We’ve been investing a lots of time talking with folks who are on the ground in the city, and we’ve had a fun time finding out and listening, which we believe will make this installation of our Spotlight series the most vibrant yet.
As we share more information on who will be getting involved, such as CMU’s President Farnam Jahanian, we still wish to speak with those of you constructing business in the ‘Burgh.
We’ve spoken with almost 50 business concentrating on things like digital health, bank loan, patent advancement, robotics and tidy tech, and we’ll be selecting 3 business to pitch live throughout the occasion on June 29th.
Because we anticipate all kinds of participants, consisting of financiers, this might be a chance to take things to the next level, be it through hiring brand-new workers or discovering a brand-new consultant. After all, anything can take place at a TechCrunch occasion.
Simply submit this kind and your business might be selected to pitch throughout the occasion.
Additionally, and to get more information about who’s who and what’s what in Pittsburgh, we’re going to be hosting a conversation on Twitter Spaces tomorrow (Friday) at 4 p.m. ET. Co-hosting will be among our preferred Yinzers, Kit Mueller. Expect a little trivia, updates on news and happenings in the city and more.
Register for the occasion today, come chat with us tomorrow and send your business or pass the word along to somebody who should!
June 29, 2021
2:00 p.m. EDT
Building Pittsburgh. Speaker to be revealed!
2:20 p.m. EDT
Developing Duolingo. Karin Tsai, head of engineering, is set to speak on the compromises in between engagement and edtech, scale and complete satisfaction, and how an easy A/B test can assist.
2:40 p.m. EDT
From Student to Startup. CMU President Farnam Jahanian will speak on the school’s advanced robotics and automation research study and how it’s keeping ingenious start-ups in Pittsburgh.
3:10 p.m. EDT
Pittsburgh Pitch-off. Startups will have 2 minutes to provide their pitch, and our speakers will have 4 minutes to offer their feedback. Pittsburgh start-ups ought to use here