CrunchMatch comes to TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI 2019

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TechCrunch is elevating networking to a whole new level at TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI, which takes place at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall on April 18. This day-long event features discussions, demos and workshops with some of the leading minds in these fields. With more than 1,000 attendees in the house, a tool that simplifies networking would really come in handy. Never fear, we’ve got your back — with CrunchMatch.

CrunchMatch (powered by Brella), is TechCrunch’s free business match-making service that helps you find and connect with people based on specific mutual criteria, goals and interests. Let’s face it, effective networking is more than just connecting with people — it’s connecting with the right people.

CrunchMatch is available to all attendees at TC Sessions: Robotics + AI. Whether you want to network with founders, investors, technologists, researchers or engineering students, the platform’s combination of curation and automation will help you make the most of your limited time.

Here’s what you need to know. When CrunchMatch goes live, a sign-up link will be sent via email to all ticket holders. Fill out your profile with the pertinent details — your role (technologist, founder, investor, etc.) and who you want to connect with at the event. CrunchMatch will make meet-up suggestions, which you can approve or decline.

Now that you’re all set on the networking front, we must ask the obvious question. Have you bought your ticket yet? If not, get a move on and save $100 before the price increases. Early-bird tickets go for $249, and student tickets cost a very affordable $45.

Are you a founder of an early-stage startup? Don’t miss an opportunity to showcase your company in front of this very targeted, influential crowd. Book a startup demo table package for $1,500. That price includes three tickets — bring your startup posse!

TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI takes place on April 18 at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall. Don’t miss your chance to dive deep with your community — and connect efficiently with the people who share your goals and interests. We’ll see you there!

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