Last Chance to Get Tickets to TechCrunch Shanghai 2017

By Bridget O'Donnell, November 26, 2017

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TechCrunch, one of the world's biggest conferences devoted to technology, lands in Shanghai this week. 

There are just a few hours left to purchase one- and two-day passes to TechCrunch 2017 Shanghai, which will be held at MixC from November 27-28. The event will gather important people in the industry, including entrepreneurs, CEOs, startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, media and more.

Ticketing will officially close at midnight on November 27 — click here to get them before the deadline passes.

You can also sign up for a free visitor pass, which gets you access to the side stage and "Startup Alley." The deadline to sign up is also midnight. 

TechCrunch Shanghai 2017, November 27-28, ticketsMixC, see event listing.

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