The early-bird countdown: 48 hours left to save on passes to TC Sessions: Space 2021

Not everyone in the space biz has billions of dollars at their disposal (we’re lookin’ at you, Elon, Jeff and Sir Richard). We wish we did, but we don’t. If you fall into that category listen up. You have 48 hours left to save $100 on a pass to TC Sessions: Space 2021 (December 14-15).
You may well be the industry’s next Branson, Bezos or Musk, and that’s another reason why you need to take part in this two-day exploratory space conference. Be budget-savvy, and buy your early-bird pass before October 15 at 11:59 pm (PT).
Have you ever attended a TechCrunch Session event? They take one topic — like mobility, robotics or, hello, space — and gather the leading experts, minds, makers and investors and go deep into the discussions that matter. Trends, new tech, best practices, ethics and equity — both social and investment. At the same time, TC Sessions spotlight game-changing early-stage startups determined to improve life as we know it. And maybe scale into unicorns along the way.
Hear what attendees have shared with us about their experiences at TC Sessions.
Going to TechCrunch events, whether it’s Disrupt or the TC Sessions, helps me stay ahead of emerging trends, technologies and startups that affect the future of mobility. — Rachael Wilcox, creative producer, Volvo Cars.
TC Sessions is definitely worth your time, especially if you’re an early-stage founder. You get to connect to people in your field and learn from founders who are literally a year into your same journey. Plus, you can meet and talk to the movers and shakers — the people who are making it happen. — Jens Lehmann, technical lead and product manager, SAP
We left TC Sessions: Mobility with a good vision of how the space will evolve over the next three to five years. It will help us position our company and understand how to think about strategy and partnerships going forward. — Jeff Johnson, vice president of enterprise sales and solutions at FlashParking
TC Sessions: Space 2021 will not only feature the leading experts — from public, private and government sectors — it will also explore what’s new in areas such as in-space propulsion systems, launch systems, in-space servicing/operations, tracking space debris, satellite constellations and more.
TC Sessions: Space 2021 is an essential stop on your path to building a strong, sustainable space startup — whether you scale to billionaire status or not. In the meantime, you can save $100 if you buy your pass before the early-bird sale disappears on October 15 at 11:59 pm (PT).
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