Digital Startup Alley Exhibitors: Tune In Tomorrow For Free Media Training

Digital Startup Alley exhibitors: Tune in tomorrow for free Media Training

by Amelia Scott — 4 years ago in Future 2 min. read

Tomorrow’s a big day for early-stage startup founders preparing to exhibit in Digital Startup Alley at Disrupt 2020. We’re kicking off the first of three exclusive, interactive webinars to help exhibitors make the most of their Startup Alley experience.

Tune in tomorrow, August 12 at 1 p.m. PT/ 4 p.m. ET for Your Dos and Don’ts of Working with the Press. Adding your business into the media is both an art and an art form. It requires practice and thought and media coaching can help you craft a persuasive narrative.

Hundreds of supporters from all over the globe will be on the watch for persuasive stories in Disrupt 2020, and this workshop will be able to help you grab their attention.

Favorable media exposure is vital for early-stage startups. It may fall a spotlight on your company, help attract prospective clients and jumpstart your own funding. Or, as Luke Heron, CEO of TestCard and veteran Startup Alley exhibitor puts it:

Favorable media exposure is very important for early-stage startups. It can drop a spotlight on your business, help bring prospective customers and jumpstart your funding. Or, as Luke Heron, CEO of TestCard and veteran Startup Alley exhibitor puts it:
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During tomorrow’s press coaching, TechCrunch editors and writers Greg Kumparak, Anthony Ha and Ingrid Lunden — specialists at interviewing startup founders — will talk about best practices in regards to speaking with the media. You will learn what journalists search for and how to avoid pitfalls that will tank a meeting.

If you are still on the fence about displaying in Startup Alley, think about this: Disrupt 2020 crosses five days and it is the greatest, greatest Disrupt ever. You will be able to network with tens of thousands of attendees from all over the world.

And should you buy your Disrupt Digital Startup Alley Bundle now, you are able to attend tomorrow’s press training.

You will also have the ability to attend two webinars exclusively for Startup Alley exhibitors after this month. Check out Celtics and mark your calendar today!

  • August 19 — COVID-19’s Impact on the Startup World with panelists Nicola Corzine, executive director of the Nasdaq Entrepreneurship Center, and Cameron Stanfill, a VC analyst at PitchBook.
  • August 26 — Fundraising and Hiring Best Practices with panelists Sarah Kunst of Cleo Capital and Brett Berson of First Round Capital.

Got Your Own Digital Startup Alley Bundle ? Then tune in tomorrow to Your Dos and Don’ts of Working with the Press and then get ready to create your best possible opinion with all the media in Disrupt 2020.

Amelia Scott

Amelia is a content manager of The Next Tech. She also includes the characteristics of her log in a fun way so readers will know what to expect from her work.

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