Today’s your last chance to vote for roundtable topics at TC Disrupt

Two weeks ago, we announced Audience Choice and asked you to cast your votes for the roundtable topics you most want to see this year at TechCrunch Disrupt on October 18-20 in San Francisco. And holy smokes, you answered the call. There’s been a whole lot of voting going on.

For the uninitiated, roundtable discussions are the most popular sessions at Disrupt. They’re 30-minute, expert-led discussions with up to 20 attendees. This format encourages interactive, in-depth conversations where Disrupt attendees can learn, contribute and network with other folks interested in the same topic.

But listen up — the Audience Choice poll closes tonight, Friday July 15 at 11:59 pm (PT). Today is the last day you can make your voices heard and your votes count. 

Here’s how Audience Choice works. Head to the Audience Choice voting site where you’ll find a sizable list of potential sessions. You can filter and search by more than 20 categories, like Financial Services/Blockchain, Founder Lessons, Gaming, Investor Insights, Operations/Strategy, SaaS/Enterprise, and many more.

You can vote for as many sessions you like, and the votes you cast today could keep — or put — your favorite roundtables in the running. So start stuffing the ballot boxes and feel free to share your thoughts or offer feedback in the comment box. 

This is your chance to influence the programming at the world’s most iconic startup conference. Voting ends tonight Friday, July 15 at 11:59 pm (PT). Head on over to the Audience Choice site, cast your votes for the roundtable sessions you want to see, and then register to join us at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco on October 18-20 (with an online day on October 21).

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