TechCrunch Berlin, June 10 – Panels and pitches from the German scene

As we announced back in February, TechCrunch is coming to Berlin on June 10 and we hope you’ll join us for an afternoon of speakers and startup pitches, and an evening of networking. There is an amazing tech scene in Germany and we want to do our best to showcase this. That’s why we’re partnering with several local entities on the ground to really display the best of the German scene. You can grab a ticket here. (Oh, and if you’re in Stockholm on May 27, come to this).

We also want to involve you in building the content for the event. So I have two requests. First, I’d love to hear from potential speakers who can give a quick-fire, 15 minute talk on any of the topics below. Secondly, we will also be running a pitch competition, so if you want to be considered for this please get in touch (criteria for pitching and contact details are below). This is your chance to get in front of the TechCrunch audience.

We’re putting this event on with a number of great partners. Our Location sponsor is Zanox, a global market leader for performance-based online marketing. Our media partner is Gruenderszene, the magazine for founders and people interested in founding a company. Sevenload, the social media network for Web TV, will be streaming the event live onto TechCrunch.com. And Seedcamp, the Europe-wide travelling startup competition, will be working with us on content and we’ll be showcasing the winners of Seedcamp Berlin the previous day (June 9). We’ll obviously also be doing a wrap-up post after-wards, talking about the startups that pitched and any other news from the event.