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We’re running out of Hardware Alley tickets at Disrupt NY, get yours today

TechCrunch TechCrunch 12/04/2016 Matt Burns

May is just a few short weeks away, and Hardware Alley at Disrupt NY 2016 is almost full.

Hardware Alley is, as the name suggests, our annual showcase of all things hardware, a day at Disrupt where hardware startups take over and fill the show floor with robots, 3D printers and all sorts of other gadgets and gizmos. If you have a hardware startup, we want to see you and your awesome creation there.

Disrupt NY takes place May 9-11 at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal in Brooklyn’s Red Hook Neighborhood, and you can read all about it here. Hardware Alley takes place on the final day of the show, and we try to bring in a diverse group of hardware startups who make everything from drones to wearables to robots and pretty much everything in between.

Hardware Alley companies will be showcasing their products to our stellar group of attendees, which includes top-notch investors and members of the media.

Each company will be given a tall round cocktail demo table, linens, internet and power, inclusion in our printed program guide, a digital guide to the show (aka the Disrupt App), and the opportunity to participate in CrunchMatch: TechCrunch Disrupt’s investor-entrepreneur match-up service.

So, basically, all you need to demo in Hardware Alley is a laptop, your awesomeness, and a ticket. You already have those first two things, so why don’t you go ahead and secure the Disrupt trifecta by getting a ticket for your company to participate in Hardware Alley at Disrupt NY 2016.

You can get your Hardware Alley Exhibitor Package here. The base package costs $1,995, which gets you two tickets to the Disrupt conference, where you’ll get to take in all of the amazing things Disrupt has to offer — like the incredible lineup of speakers we have lined up for the show, all the companies on display in Startup Alley in the first two days of Disrupt, and the illustrious Startup Battlefield competition.

And if you want to bring a few more folks from your company with you to the show, you can add tickets to your package for just $997.50 each (up to a total of 5 tickets).

Of course, spots are filling up quickly, so if you want to get in on all the action in Hardware Alley, you should really go ahead and get your tickets today. See you in New York.

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