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Podcast Day London rescheduled as online event

Radiodays Europe’s Podcast Day event for podcasters, innovators, creators and producers is going online. The date remains 26th October 2020 and topics will include how podcasting has evolved during the Coronavirus pandemic, what audiences are listening to, predictions for the future of podcasting and more. The Main Stage will include presentations, speeches and panels covering the world of podcasting. The Festival Stage will be a practical tool kit of sessions focusing on specific areas of po...
Tags: Europe, London, Podcasts, Events, Radio, Radiodays Europe, Podcast Day


EventGeek relaunches as Circa to help marketers embrace virtual events

EventGeek was a Y Combinator-backed startup that offered tools to help large enterprises manage the logistics of their events. So with the COVID-19 pandemic essentially eliminating large-scale conferences, at least in-person, it’s not exactly surprising that the company had to reinvent itself. Today, EventGeek relaunched as Circa, with a new focus on virtual events. founder and CEO Alex Patriquin said that Circa is reusing some pieces of EventGeek’s existing technology, but he estimated that 80%...
Tags: Startups, Enterprise, Okta, Events, Tech, North America, Marketo, EventGeek, Alex Patriquin, Patriquin, Liz Kokoska, Kokoska


Announcing Sight Tech Global, an event on the future of AI and accessibility for people who are blind or visually impaired

Few challenges have excited technologists more than building tools to help people who are blind or visually impaired. It was Silicon Valley legend Ray Kurzweil, for example, who in 1976 launched the first commercially available text-to-speech reading device. He unveiled the $50,000 Kurzweil Reading Machine , a boxy device that covered a tabletop, at a press conference hosted by the National Federation of the Blind .  The early work of Kurzweil and many others has rippled across the comm...
Tags: Apple, TC, Media, Microsoft, Events, Tech, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, Silicon Valley, William Gibson, Philanthropy, UC Berkeley, TechCrunch, Ray Kurzweil, Kurzweil, Verizon Media


Reminder: Annual Extra Crunch members can save 20% on Disrupt passes

Calling all Extra Crunch annual and two-year members! Did you know that as a part of your membership plan, you can get a 20% discount on a Disrupt 2020 pass? Disrupt is our largest and most ambitious event of the year. While it’s typically held in San Francisco, this year the event will be held online from September 14-18. During the five-day event, you’ll experience non-stop online programming with two big focuses: founders and investors shaping the future of disruptive technology, and startup ...
Tags: TC, San Francisco, Events, Tech, Silicon Valley, Techcrunch Disrupt, Extra Crunch


Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru 3rd Season & Short Anime Announced

Diehard devotees of mahou shoujo series Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru have been handed a surplus of announcements for the series, with the most pertinent news being the announcement of the show’s third anime season and a short series based on the smartphone game’s 4koma. A special video announced six new happenings for the […]
Tags: Events, Anniversaries, Anime, Announcements, Adaptations, Continuations, Mahou Shoujo, Yuki Yuna Yusha, Yuuki Yuuna


Disrupt 2020 early-bird savings extended until next week

Even the hard-charging world of early-stage startups has its share of procrastinators, lollygaggers, slow-pokes, wafflers and last-minute decision makers. If that’s your demographic, today is your lucky day. You now have an extra week (courtesy of Saint Expeditus, the patron saint of procrastinators), to score early-bird savings to Disrupt 2020, which takes place September 14-18. Buy your pass before the new and final deadline — August 7 at 11:59 p.m. (PT) — and save up to $300. Who says prayers...
Tags: Startups, Events, Tech, Sequoia Capital, Techcrunch Disrupt, Tamar Yehoshua, Joel Neidig, Melissa Bradley, Digital Startup Alley, Roelof Botha Ureeka, TC Top Picks This


How one moonshot VC approaches investing in the COVID-19 era 

Take one glance at Playground Global’s portfolio and a theme emerges: The firm’s investments are forward-looking, longer-term plays, a strategy that runs counter to the fast-return ethos that permeates certain Silicon Valley sectors. The Palo Alto-based VC firm is banking on the future with investments in capital-intensive and technically complex pursuits, including robotics, autonomous driving, metallic 3D printing and infrastructure. It’s an investment strategy that isn’t for the faint of h...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Entrepreneurship, Events, Entrepreneur, Tech, UPS, Palo Alto, Albums, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Silicon Valley, Manufacturing, Consumer Products, Fedex, Cto


Four keys to building your startup

At last week’s Early Stage virtual event, founders and investors shared some of their best insights about startup building and what they’re looking for in their next investments. We’ve assembled a compilation of insights covering different elements of entrepreneurship from a handful of founders and VCs: Jess Lee, partner at Sequoia Capital on identifying your customer Garry Tan, managing partner at Initialized Capital on finding the right problem Ann Miura-Ko, co-founding partner at Floodgate o...
Tags: Startups, TC, Entrepreneurship, Funding, Events, Tech, Fundraising, Airbnb, Sequoia Capital, Instacart, Hiring, Garry Tan, Jess Lee, Founders, Initialized Capital, Lee


Talking virtual events and Disrupt with Hopin founder Johnny Boufarhat

Register now to attend the event on 8/6 at 10 a.m. PDT . Registered attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions via Slido. Next in our series of talks with virtual event masterminds, we’ll be meeting with Johnny Boufarhat , founder of virtual events platform, Hopin, about the virtual venue we’re developing together for Disrupt .  Hopin was founded in 2007 with the aim to help organizers recreate the in-person event experience virtually. So far, it’s hosted events with ...
Tags: TC, Events, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, United Nations, Dell, Groot, IVP, Founder, Johnny, Hopin, Johnny Boufarhat, Slido, Tim Groot, Slido Next, Peter Komorník Join


Happenings August 2020

Make sure to check the events listed below in the event they might be cancelled. Garden Visits: A lot of gardens are now open -- some with timed entries, limited hours or other requirements. Check the garden website before you visit. EVENTS: Check your local botanical garden for other online... [Author: Jane Berger]
Tags: Gardening, Events, Garden Design, Jane Berger, Exhibitions / Shows, Garden Events


Hauser Continues Streaming Perfomance Series: Alone, Together – Dubrovnik!

Hauser Continues Special Performance Series with “ALONE, TOGETHER – from Dubrovnik”! Streaming Worldwide on Hauser’s Official Youtube Channel– July 30, 2 PM ET!! Filmed by Medvid production Audio by Matterhorn Music #AloneTogether #HAUSER    HAUSER  announced today the third installment in his ‘Alone, Together’ concert series! This time he’s taking fans to the historic old […]
Tags: Photos, Videos, Music, Featured, Celebrity, Entertainment, Adventure, Women, Lifestyle, Events, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Marketing Strategy, Art and design


Extra Crunch Live: Join our Q&A tomorrow at noon PDT with Y Combinator’s Geoff Ralston

From Airbnb to Zapier, and Coinbase to Instacart, many of the tech world’s most valuable companies spent their earliest days in Y Combinator’s accelerator program. Steering the ship at Y Combinator today is its president, Geoff Ralston . We’re excited to share that Ralston will be joining us on Extra Crunch Live tomorrow at noon pacific. Extra Crunch Live is our virtual speaker series, with each session packed with insight and guidance from the top investors, leaders and founders. This live...
Tags: Startups, TC, Y Combinator, Events, Tech, Fundraising, Venture Capital, Sam Altman, Airbnb, Instacart, Coinbase, Yc, Zapier, Ralston, Geoff Ralston, ECL


VC Garry Tan shares 3 ways founders screw up their startups

There are many painful ways for a startup to fail — including founders who ultimately throw in the towel and turn off the lights. But assuming a founder intends to keeps moving forward, there are a few pitfalls that Garry Tan has seen during his career as a founder, Y Combinator partner and, lately, co-founder of venture firm Initialized Capital. During a fun chat during last week’s TechCrunch Early Stage, he ran us through these avoidable mistakes; for those who couldn’t virtually attend, we...
Tags: Startups, TC, Facebook, Y Combinator, John Sculley, Entrepreneurship, San Francisco, Events, Entrepreneur, Tech, Venture Capital, Private Equity, Garry Tan, Initialized Capital, Tan, Growth Marketing


Connect Now is Tuesday, and you should be there

One easy way to get ahead of a competitive, complicated market. For 25 years, Inman has been pushing real estate professionals ahead of the curve. Connect Now, in its digital glory, may be new, but it’s what we do. Join us next week. You deserve it.
Tags: Events, Content Marketing, Virtual Conference, Radio, Event, Conference, Inman, Now, Connect, Real Estate Event, Inman Connect Marketing, Connectnow20, Inman Connect Now, Connect Now


Connect Now is in one week, and you should be there

One easy way to get ahead of a competitive, complicated market. For 25 years, Inman has been pushing real estate professionals ahead of the curve. Connect Now, in its digital glory, may be new, but it’s what we do. Join us next week. You deserve it.
Tags: Events, Content Marketing, Virtual Conference, Radio, Event, Conference, Inman, Now, Connect, Real Estate Event, Inman Connect Marketing, Connectnow20, Inman Connect Now, Connect Now


Priti Youssef Choksi explains how to get your startup acquired — not sold

Today, Priti Youssef Choksi is a partner with venture firm Norwest Venture Partners . But she previously spent five-and-a-half years at Google, where she worked on strategic partnerships, and nearly nine years at Facebook, where she began in corporate development and later focused on M&A. Because Choksi knows firsthand how some of the biggest companies on the planet think about potential acquisition targets and how deals ultimately come together, we asked if she would share some of those in...
Tags: Google, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Facebook, Instagram, Entrepreneurship, Events, Tech, Companies, M&a, Exit, Acquisitions, Acquihire, Luma, Norwest Venture Partners


Corporate Event Planning: Selecting the Right Venue and 4 Other Related Tips

It doesn’t matter what type or size of a corporate event is being planned, there are factors that must be considered, including everything from the venue to the food. It’s important not to overlook any important element of event planning. For those who are ready to start planning an upcoming event, keep reading. The tips and information found here are sure to help. Keep in mind that, if more help is needed, reaching out to the professionals at stamfordcs.com.sg is a good idea. 1.The Venue Ther...
Tags: Sales, Events, Event Planning, Blog & Grow, Event Venue, Corporate event planning, Selecting the Right Venue, Arrange Publications


CES 2021 is officially an online-only event

It will be an 'all-digital experience' ... but what does that mean?
Tags: News, Events, Trends, Cta, Ces, Ifa, Trade Shows, CES 2021


Hiroshi Nagahama Interview Recreating the Horror of Junji Ito’s Uzumaki

Adult Swim’s Comic [email protected] 2020 panel has showcased an interview with director Hiroshi Nagahama, who is in charge of the upcoming anime adaptation of Junji Ito’s classic horror manga Uzumaki. The interview with Nagahama where he explains how he visualizes the original Uzumaki manga and how the adaptation is planned out: The new PV for […]
Tags: Adult Swim, Interviews, Horror, Events, Anime, PV, Adaptations, Junji Ito, Hiroshi Nagahama, Nagahama, Uzumaki, Hiroshi Nagahama Interview Recreating


Adult Swim & Crunchyroll Team up for Fena: Pirate Princess

An original anime known as Fena: Pirate Princess was unveiled to be a joint project between Adult Swim and Crunchyroll, which stars a girl “breaking the chains of her oppressors” and likely surprising few with such a premise considering the political nature of both companies in question. The animation was announced at the first Adult […]
Tags: Adult Swim, Drama, Events, Anime, Crunchyroll, PV, Production IG, Fena, Fena: Pirate Princess, Crunchyroll Team


American Cancer Society Hosts Virtual Connection Culture Training

Katie Stallard and I were delighted to see the reaction to the virtual training we did to kick off the American Cancer Society’s virtual Leadership Institute Network Series. Here’s what Kristine Revelle, Senior Consultant, Learning, at the American Cancer Society wrote about it: “At the American Cancer Society, we were excited to kick off our new virtual Leadership Institute Network series with Michael and Katie Stallard presenting on the need for leaders to cultivate cultures of connection. T...
Tags: Careers, Events, Michael, American Cancer Society, Connection Culture, Stallard, Katie Stallard, Leadership Institute Network, Kristine Revelle, Robin Wolfson


Crisis management tips from startup whisperer Margit Wennmachers

When it comes to building a company, lots of things can and do go wrong. Margit Wennmachers — an operating partner at Andreessen Horowitz and long one of the most powerful public relations pros in the startup world — knows this firsthand. Thankfully for all of you, Wennmachers was able to join us for our recent Early Stage event, where she shared some of her tips and tricks for dealing with everything from fast-ballooning crises that reporters catch wind of, to laying off people during a pand...
Tags: Startups, TC, Entrepreneurship, Events, Tech, Crisis Communications, Andreessen Horowitz, Talent, Hiring, Margit Wennmachers, Growth Marketing, Verified Experts, Extra Crunch, Growth and Monetization, TechCrunch Early Stage, Wennmachers


VCs and startups consider HaaS model for consumer devices

I’ve been following consumer audio electronics company Nura with great interest for a few years now — the Melbourne-based startup was one of the first companies I met with after starting with TechCrunch. At the time, its first prototype was a big mess of circuits and wires — the sort of thing you could never imagine shrunk down into a reasonably-sized consumer device. Nura managed, of course. And the final product looked and sounded great; hell, even the box was nice. If I’m lucky, I see a consu...
Tags: Startups, Gadgets, Wearables, Spotify, Hbo, Hardware, Marketing, Events, Tech, Marketing Strategy, Economy, Smartphones, Netflix, Headphones, Melbourne, Subscription Services


Hideo Kojima May Be Working With Junji Ito on a New Horror Game

Acclaimed Japanese video game director Hideo Kojima and legendary horror mangaka Junji Ito have been in talks about a possible joint video game project. The interview conducted by Viz for the [email protected] 2020 online convention panel has Ito being asked about his relation to Kojima and an unannounced video game that may be in the […]
Tags: Games, Interviews, Horror, Events, Anime, Viz, Comic-Con, Hideo Kojima, Kojima, ITO, Junji Ito


Melon Books Pantsu Art Exhibit Highlights the Sexiness of Pantsu

Connoisseurs of female undergarments might marvel at the extraordinary artwork on display at the “Underwears no Sekai” exhibit as the art showcase focuses on pantsu-centric illustrations, a genre that will leave those uninitiated in the tasteful fetish bewildered. The Melon Books exhibit shows off some of the works in the pantsu art book “Under Wears […]
Tags: Japan, Events, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Akihabara, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Sekai


SoFi stadium would have opened this weekend, here’s a look and how to take a virtual tour

SoFi, So Good…but So Empty Unfortunately due to the global pandemic, Taylor Swift’s July 25 concert to open SoFi Stadium has been postponed. Today we look at the newest architectural jewel in Los Angeles that’s home to the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers. Unique features SoFi Stadium is a 3-million-square-foot sports and entertainment building in Inglewood. The project site is about 298 acres. Primary funding for the property is by Los Angeles Rams Owner/Chairman E. Stanley Kroenke. Estimates o...
Tags: News, Taylor Swift, Cdc, Sports, California News, NFL, Los Angeles, Events, Infographic, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings, SoFi, Southern California


Extra Crunch Live: Join Playground Global co-founder Peter Barrett for a live Q&A on July 28

Peter Barrett might be best known today as co-founder and CTO of Playground Global. But his experience in the technology world stretches back to when he was a teenager. Barrett’s first security program got the attention of the NSA when he was just 19 years old. His career has been an adventure ever since, starting with his first company Rocket Science Games. Barrett went on to build an IPTV platform at Microsoft, cloud intelligence for automotive at CloudCar and now quantum and optical comput...
Tags: Apple, TC, Microsoft, Nsa, Events, Tech, Tesla, Cto, Eventbrite, Barrett, Julia Hartz, ECL, Hans Tung, Jeff Richards, Virta, Peter Barrett


Lo Toney’s product manager playbook for pitch deck success

The cold email worked — you’ve landed a meeting with your dream investor. Hell, you even set aside $40,000 for a pitch deck consultant to make sure your presentation looks suave. One thing to figure out before you pick out a Zoom background: what information actually goes into those slides? Lo Toney, founding managing partner at Plexo Capital, has advice for founders looking to raise money: think like a product manager while crafting your pitch deck. Toney has helped shape products at Zynga, ...
Tags: TC, Entrepreneurship, Ebay, Events, Tech, Fundraising, Venture Capital, PRISMA, Lo Toney, Toney, Rick Klau, Pitch Deck, Plexo Capital, Brex, Henrique Dubugras, Extra Crunch


Neo’s Ali Partovi on best practices for hiring early-stage startup engineers

On day one of TechCrunch’s Early Stage virtual conference, Ali Partovi joined us to discuss best practices for startups looking to hire engineers. It’s a subject that’s near and dear to his heart: Partovi is co-founder and CEO of Neo, a venture aimed at including young engineers in a community alongside seasoned industry vets. The fund includes top executives from a slew of different industry titans, including Amazon, Airbnb, Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Stripe. Partovi is pro...
Tags: Google, Work, Startups, TC, Microsoft, Developer, Entrepreneurship, Events, Tech, Recruiting, Harvard, Talent, Jack Dorsey, Hiring, Neo, Hadi


Culture, entertainment, and everything you need to know about TikTok

Over the past 12 months, we’ve seen TikTok grow and grow, to become a key social media platform. But what makes TikTok so unique and, ultimately, so successful? And do we, as marketers, really understand its full potential? To help answer these questions and more, Planning Director Werner Iucksch and Planner Meili Yeo from our Singapore office recently hosted a virtual masterclass – attended by almost 1000 guests from over 60 countries – looking at how brands can get the most out of TikTok. Here...
Tags: Facebook, Milan, Washington Post, Singapore, Digital, Events, Social Media, Seo, Vodafone, Nba, Levi, Digital Marketing, Gulf, Yeo, Ryan Dubras, Tiktok