We started this competitors with 20 impressive start-ups. After five days of strong pitching in a wholly new virtual Startup Battleground arena, we have a winner. The start-ups taking part in the Startup Battleground have actually all been hand-picked to take part in our highly

competitive start-up competition. It was an unprecedented year as we moved all of the nail-biting enjoyment of our physical contest to a virtual stage. They all presented in front of several groups of VCs and tech leaders functioning as judges for a possibility to win$100,000 and the desirable Disrupt Cup. After hours of considerations, TechCrunch editors read the judges ‘notes and narrowed the list down to 5 finalists: Canix, Firehawk

Aerospace, HacWare, Jefa and Matidor. These startups made their method to the ending to demo in front of our final panel of judges, which included: Caryn Marooney(Coatue Management), Ilya Fushman(Kleiner Perkins ), Michael Seibel(Y Combinator),

Sonali De Rycker (Accel), Troy Carter (Q&A)and Matthew Panzarino (TechCrunch). We’re now all set to reveal that the winner of TechCrunch Battleground 2020 is … Winner: Canix has developed&a robust enterprise resource planning platform created to lower the time it takes marijuana growers to input information. It