Early-stage creators have about a zillion concerns and deal with a battalion of challenges to get their companies up and running. That’s why we developed TechCrunch Early Phase, a two-day, highly interactive and virtual conference that takes place July 21-22.

At TC Early Phase, early creators– from pre-seed through Series A– can pick from more than 50 breakout sessions on subjects covering the startup environment. Noteworthy experts from the startup world will lead topics ranging from fundraising methods and building a team to marketing and operations– and a lot more.

Mentioning more– check out these breakout sessions our sponsors have in store for you.

How to achieve product led development

brought to you by Dell Technologies

The enterprise technology market is a crowded place now with quick consolidation and dominant players. How does one attempt to start a software business in these times, yet alone scale it? The response lies in utilizing product-led development to guarantee strong client success. In this session we will take on some compelling concerns, such as how to develop your go-to-market, which functions to employ first, which work– product or sales or marketing to concentrate on first and how to build a culture to guarantee growth. We will utilize real-life examples from the software and internet industries with high applicability in other settings also.

The significance of IP hygiene to investors and in financings

given you by Perkins Coie

Copyright (IP) health is the process of safeguarding IP rights by making sure that all valuable innovation development activities protect your innovation. Perkins Coie partners Michael Glenn (Patent Prosecution) and Matt Oshinsky (Emerging Business Equity capital) will discuss how basic, however often neglected, determines to keep IP hygiene can add value during an equity financing and to your business.

Is your startup covered? What founders require to understand about lawsuits and scams in uncertain times

given you by Silicon Valley Bank

Is your startup secured from lawsuits or fraud? Are your officers and directors personally covered? Liability coverage is essential for any startup founder. In this instructional discussion, Travis Hedge, co-founder of Vouch Insurance, and Lewis Hower, Managing Director of Silicon Valley Bank, will take participants through the various kinds of coverage offered to founders and why they require them at certain phases of growth. Join us and secure your startup.

Note that each session is limited to about 100 people, so sign-up is on a first-come, first-serve basis. No FOMO at this event, however; videos of all the sessions will be available on-demand for ticket holders.

Buy your $ 199 ticket now before prices increase next week and to ensure you enter into the sessions you want. We’re rolling out new sessions regularly, and pass holders receive 24-hour notice before we announce the next batch. Pro Tip: You can “drop” a breakout session in favor of a new one in the event of a schedule conflict.

TC Early Phase takes place July 21-22. Grab a ticket and the opportunity to gain from the very best, take your startup to the next level and make your entrepreneurial dreams a truth. Find out, adjust and move on!

Is your company interested in sponsoring the TC Early Stage? Contact our sponsorship sales team by submitting this form.

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.