TestCard founder: Attending Disrupt Berlin is a ‘no-brainer’
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We love Berlin’s electric, evolving, early-startup ecosystem. Let’s be perfectly blunt: Whether you’re a startup founder, investor, hacker or tech leader, you can’t afford to miss Disrupt Berlin 2019, which takes place on 11-12 December. Get your super early-bird passes here.
TechCrunch honors its Silicon Valley roots, and we pack that ethic in our carry-on bags to Berlin. Disrupt showcases the very best of now and future tech, and startups from more than 50 countries come to Berlin to learn, share insights and build the kind of relationships that transform businesses.
The two-day conference offers measurable benefits, and that’s not just our (totally biased) opinion. Your startup peers tell us they come away with long-term benefits. Here’s what Luke Heron, CEO of TestCard Diagnostics, said about his Disrupt Berlin experience.
Based in the United Kingdom and founded in 2017 by Heron and Dr. Andrew Botham, TestCard, an at-home urine test company, combines smartphone technology and traditional mail to deliver a medical test experience in the privacy of the home.
The company embeds a urine test kit into a postcard and mails it out in a security envelope. The recipient takes the test, uses TestCard’s mobile app and the camera on