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Speakers and Agenda
2009 saw the launch of the highly successful GeeknRolla, the European startup conference.
In 2010 more than 500 participants gathered in London for a full
day of ‘speed’ presentations, interactive discussions and
pitches. 2011 will see the return of GeeknRolla with the day dedicated
To attend the conference - buy your tickets here! The
after-party at Pacha, an awesome venue, is included!
A limited number of after-party-only tickets are now
Startup demo tables: Includes demo table in conference
networking/breakout area with wifi internet access and 2 delegate
passes to GKNR and after party.
Please choose the 'Startup demo table' ticket category above.
£350 if booked by 15 Feb 2011 (only 3 available) £450
if booked after 15 Feb 2011
Sponsorship Opportunities Please email Events Director Aléna
Dundas ( alena [@] techcrunch.com ) for further details.
Editorial/Programme Editorial queries related to the programme and
TechCrunch Pitch! at the event should be directed to Mike Butcher,
Ticket queries Any questions relating to tickets, please contact
Aléna Dundas (alena [@] techcrunch.com)
To attend the event, tickets will be £149 (£130 for
early bird tickets). Attendee identification will be checked at the door.
Due to strong demand for tickets, we regret tickets are not
transferable and not refundable. If you use your name to purchase
multiple tickets, your guests must arrive with you to check in at the
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