The end of October is usually synonymous with ghastly ghouls and spooky spectres – but this year, Europe is going to enjoy some tasty tech. There are a series of big technology event taking place and Silicon Allee can offer you exclusive offers to two of them, including €100 off tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt Europe here in Berlin and two FREE passes to the Dublin Web Summit worth nearly €1,000 each.
And it’s good timing as the full agenda has been released for Disrupt, revealing a star-studded line up. Marc Samwer (Rocket and the European Founders Fund), Jens Begemann (Wooga), Michael Jackson (Mangrove Capital), Matt Cohler (Benchmark Partners), Alex Ljung (SoundCloud), Patrick Collison (Stripe) and Dave McClure (500 Startups) are among those who will be taking part at the event, which takes place on October 28 and 29.
And although Earlybird tickets are now over, we’ve teamed up with TechCrunch to offer Silicon Allee readers an exclusive €100 discount.
The event, the first one to be held in Europe, kicks off on Saturday October 26 with the hackathon, which concludes the next day. The conference proper start on the Monday and features fireside chats, panel discussions, founder stories and the now-traditional Startup Battlefield. There will also be the chance to kick it at the famous Watergate cub for the after party on the Tuesday evening.
To get your discount, use the code SA100 when buying a general attendance ticket here.
And following hot on the heels of Disrupt will be the Dublin Web Summit – and we are giving away two FREE tickets. Around 10,000 participants will descend on the Irish capital for the annual event on October 30 and 31, among them Ireland’s Prime Minister Enda Kenny. The NASDAQ stock exchange has also chosen the summit to host its opening bell ceremony, kicking off the market live on stage on the Wednesday.
Among the speakers at the event – which bills itself as Europe’s answer to SXSW – will be the founders of Skype, Evernote, Vice, WordPress, Hailo and more. You’ll even be able to see skateboarding legend Tony Hawk. Alongside the main conference, the summit takes place at several other venues in the city from morning until late evening with a series of separate events.
As part of the summit, startups will have the chance to participate in Pitch, a contest helmed by Box CEO Aaron Levie with a massive prize fund of nearly €500,000. Partners from Andreessen Horrowitz, KPCB, Index, Accel and Atomico will be on the jury.
To win one of two free tickets we’re giving away, email us at team at siliconallee.com telling us why you want to go to Ireland. Remember to include your Twitter handle so we can tweet our favourites. The best two as chosen by a Silicon Allee panel will win the tickets.