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TechCrunch Events and coronavirus – TechCrunch

Here at TechCrunch we are closely observing the new situation of the coronavirus, as probably many of you are.

In addition to our editorial coverage of the effects of the new coronavirus on the business of entrepreneurship – and on the ways in which technology can help – we have a number of events scheduled for 2020, including TC Early Stage in April in San Francisco and our TechCrunch sessions: mobility event in May in San Jose.

So far we haven’t canceled any of our events for the year, but we continue to monitor the situation very carefully on a daily basis.

Our primary objective is to ensure that we proceed conscientiously and attentively taking into account local, state and federal orientation, as well as our personal care for all participants in the event.

Just as it happens with all the members of our editorial and commercial staff, you are the TechCrunch family and we will make sure that whatever decision we make has you at heart, no matter what happens.

Just like the companies we cover, TechCrunch has always sought to remain agile and adopt new ways of serving our readers. Now we are seriously thinking about how to keep the promise of our events in a COVID-19 world. Stay tuned, we will have some interesting announcements coming soon.

Over the years we have experienced many virtual events like our huge one Disrupt SF Virtual Hackathon and we hosted hybrid virtual interviews on our stages, such as the memorable chat at Disrupt in 2014 with Clayton Christensen and Bill Hambrecht – not to mention our coverage and experimentation with almost every virtual telepresence platform ever invented. Whatever happens, you can rely on us to find interesting and innovative ways to bring together technology entrepreneurs, students, academics, investors and anyone who is passionate about building to speak, inspire and innovate like hell.

If you wish to track current updates of our TechCrunch event plans throughout the year, please use This Page as a reference resource.

As always, we will keep you informed. Thank you.

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