It’s time to make your voice — and your vote — count. Audience Choice voting is live, dear readers, and that means you get to choose the breakout sessions and roundtable discussions you want to see most at TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 on September 19–21 in San Francisco.
Roundtable discussions and breakout sessions are some of the most popular draws at Disrupt. They cover an extraordinary range of topics and issues designed to help you deepen your knowledge and grow your business. You told us “More is better,” and to that we said, “Heck, yeah!”
So, what’s the difference between a roundtable and a breakout? Read on!
Roundtables are 30-minute, expert-led conversations. They’re focused on engaging collaboration and creating those magic moments when you make connections and share knowledge.
Breakouts are 50-minute, expert-led sessions with a Q&A. These let you go deep on ways to solve specific challenges facing entrepreneurs.
Vote for roundtables and breakouts at TechCrunch Disrupt 2023
Here’s how Audience Choice works. Head over to the voting site, where you’ll find 17 roundtable discussions and 15 breakout sessions. Scroll through — or use the filters and search feature — to get the lowdown on the topics, descriptions and speakers.
See something you like? Click the arrow icon to the left of a session title to upvote it. The 10 roundtables and 10 breakouts that receive the highest number of votes will earn a spot on the Disrupt agenda!
Marshal your colleagues, fans, family and friends to upvote your favorites to the top. Better get cracking — the voting period ends May 17 at 11:59 p.m. PDT.
Don’t miss your chance to influence the programming at Disrupt. Vote here for your favorite roundtables and breakout sessions. Note: Early-bird pricing ends on May 12 at 11:59 p.m. PDT. Buy your pass now and save up to $800.
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Vote for the roundtables and breakouts you want at Disrupt by Lauren Simonds originally published on TechCrunch