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Prices increase tomorrow for TC Tel Aviv

If you want to keep pace with the rapid advancements taking place in mobility, then pack your bag and head to TC Tel Aviv 2018 . Israel’s on the leading edge of this rapidly changing frontier, and we’re going deep for a day-long intensive on June 7. The time for procrastinating is over because you have only 24 hours left to get your tickets at the early bird price of 265 ILS. Get ‘em right here . We’ve curated an impressive roster of industry leaders to hold forth on mobile technology and all that it entails. Topics like autonomous vehicles, sensors, drones, security and so much more. The speakers who step up on the TechCrunch stage will provide their expert perspective on where mobility tech stands now and where it’s going. You don’t want to miss this one. Here are just a few of the speakers you’ll hear, but you can find the full conference agenda here . Uri Levine , serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Waze Ariella Grinberg , innovation manager for General Motor’s Advanced Technical Center in Israel Ofer Ben Noon , co-founder and CEO of Argus Cyber Security Don’t miss out on the chance to explore — or exhibit in —  Startup Alley . Our exhibition floor will feature more than 200 early-stage startups from just about every vertical. Discover products, platforms and services in cybersecurity, AR/VR, mobility, robotics, fintech, biotech, artificial intelligence, blockchain and more. A Startup Alley Exhibitor Package costs 1,700 ILS and includes two tickets to TC Tel Aviv, Wi-Fi, signage and a demo table. It’s a great way to get your company in front of tech influencers, investors, potential customers and the media. TechCrunch Tel Aviv takes place on June 7, 2018 at the Tel Aviv Convention Center, Pavilion 10

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