View select TechCrunch Disrupt content online today • TechCrunch
If you can’t get to San Francisco to attend TechCrunch disabled Personally, the following is the next best thing. With it, you can access all the sessions from the Disrupt Stage, the TechCrunch+ stage along with selected presentations from both the Discovery Stage and breakout sessions – today, October 21 only!
You’ll find all of this content available as video-on-demand in the event app, which you can watch on your mobile phone or in your browser. Plus, you’ll find quick networking sessions in the app so you can connect with people near and far who align with your business goals.
NB: If you are she did Attending Disrupt, your card gives you access to online content as well. We’re guessing you might not have seen every session on your must-see list. Now is your chance.
Here’s a look at some of the headlines you can access online – and what they discussed.
Laure Mark: Billionaire Mark Lower has twice sold his everything shop. After striking deals with Amazon and Walmart, co-founder Quidsi and Jet.com launched Wonder to tackle a common problem, food delivery, in an unconventional way.
The Art of Inclusion with Kevin Hart: Multi-faceted financial inclusion: You fight against homogenous networks, deceptive warm introductions, and a fundamental need for greater fluency across different demographics. There is an art to it. Comedian and actor Kevin Hart, Mike Elangian of JPMorgan’s Capital Connect, and Robert Roman of HartBeat Ventures join us to talk about these very complexities. HartBeat Ventures will also chat about investing their work in the likes of Beyond Meat, Fabletics and Therabody, while JPMorgan will give us a look at how organizations are breaking down barriers. Michael Elangian, Head of Digital Investment Banking and Digital Private Markets, JPMorgan; Kevin Hart, founder of HartBeat Ventures; and Robert Roman, president and co-founder of HartBeat Ventures.
Asing project: Serena Williams is the greatest tennis player ever and has already made a name for herself as a VC in the tech world. At Disrupt, Williams and her Serena Ventures partner, Allison Rappaport, will join us to discuss the next chapter in Serena’s career, as she trades out the racket with several (hundreds) of indoor playing cards. We’ll talk about their investment thesis, their plans for greater diversity in technology, and what they bring to the table as venture capital. Serena Williams, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Serena Ventures, and Alison Rapaport Stillman, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Serena Ventures.
From court to cast: Basketball stars are no strangers to diversifying their portfolios. For four-time NBA champion and Golden State Warriors striker Draymond Green, that meant moving from the front court to behind the mic. He joins us to discuss his successes on and off the field, including the podcast The Draymond Green Show and the Prime Video special, “The Sessions: Draymond Green.” Draymond Green, 4x NBA champion and host of the Draymond Green Show.