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How to get 30% off a TechCrunch Disrupt London startup booth, and more

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Looking to attend TechCrunch Disrupt in London but what with flight tickets, hotel bookings and the exhibitor fees itself, the costs just don’t add up? Well here’s some relief.

The Startup League is offering a whopping 30% sponsorship to startups exhibiting at TechCrunch Disrupt London, along with creating branded merchandise for your startup like T-shirts and cool booth giveaways.

A new initiative by Radix, the registry for new domains like .TECH, .ONLINE, .SPACE, .STORE, .SITE, .WEBSITE, .PRESS and .HOST, the Startup League was created to support startups using domains on their extensions, with essential marketing aid.

Apart from reimbursing at least 30% of your Disrupt London exhibitor fees, the Startup League will also support you in the form of branded collateral – T-shirts and cool booth goodies like stickers, badges etc. As manufacturing these things adds up to being quite a bit of work for an early stage startup, the League will create these for you to ease your stress. Apart from this, they will also promote startups across PR channels to ensure your great products get additional visibility.

Extra booth space

Going the extra mile for those of you planning on attending Disrupt London, along with the sponsorship deal, the Startup League is offering additional booth space to the first six startups that register their own booth, enabling them to exhibit on both days of the conference!

Why, you ask? Radix aims to build the Startup League as a strong community of credible startups that will be the face of the tech and startup industry tomorrow. To facilitate this, it is not only supporting these startups in securing a great name to begin their entrepreneurial journey with, but also essential aid to create marketability and visibility.

To join the Startup League, all you need to do is visit their website and fill in the short form. Don’t have a domain name on one of their extensions? No worries, you can register one here or get in touch with the team at leaguesupport@radix.email for a special offer on these domains if you join the Startup League.

The Startup League

The Startup League launched in August 2016 and over 40 startups have joined so far. The list includes the likes of sourced.TECH – a Spanish startup that recently raised $6m in Series A funding, nu-rise.TECH – one of the 66 startups chosen to represent Portugal at Web Summit and, istmos.TECH – a Greek startup nominated for IoT solutions awards.

Apart from Disrupt London, other events the League supports to attend are Web Summit, Lisbon – where they sponsored 15 startups this year (view them here), CES and SXSW, but the list is wide open – if there is an event your startup needs to attend, ask whether the league could support it.

The Startup League is a long-term benefits program, aimed at driving value to startups each step of the way. The program is looking to soon expand and provide a range of diverse benefits to its members.

Heard enough? Join the Startup League now and get at least 30% sponsorship on your Disrupt startup booth!

Follow them on Twitter @StartupLeagueHQ and Facebook to keep up with everything they are up to!

Please note: The benefits will be provided by Radix and do not involve the organizers of any of the events mentioned.

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