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Eazyloop Express gets to TechCrunch Top Pick for Disrupt 2018

 

Eazyloop Express, the Accra based logistics start-up is in San Francisco!

Due to our ingenue ideas and vision, Eazyloop Express has been selected from many potential startups, after applying to be a TechCrunch Top Pick for Disrupt SF 2018.

The company is currently exhibiting at Disrupt 2018, TechCrunch’s flagship program from 5th to 7th September to showcase its technology and how it’s assisting SMEs in Ghana.

TechCrunch settled on Eazyloop from Ghana as one of the pre-series A startups after a thorough global search for innovative start-ups.

At Disrupt SF 2018, Eazyloop will exhibit the Eazyloop platform and will have a shot at TechCrunch Battlefield. Founders will also undergo a questions and answers session which will be filmed and exclusively promoted across all TechCrunch platforms. At Disrupt SF 2018, Eazyloop Express will set up a booth space and exhibit the Eazyloop web app and again talk into detail about our international standard services.

A pitching session will also be available in the form of questions and answers which will be filmed and exclusively promoted across all TechCrunch social media platforms. With an unquestionable experience in local delivery service Eazyloop Express at Disrupt SF 2018 will dive into the details of how it intends to improve efficiency and drive down the average delivery time on a global scale.

Five (more) reasons why Disrupt SF is where you should be on Sept. 5-7

The most-talked-about topics: Disrupt SF is showcasing the latest advancements and innovations in all of the hottest categories: AI, AR/VR, blockchain, biotech and healthcare, fintech, gaming and investor topics, justice and diversity, mobility, privacy and security, retail, robotics/hardware and IoT and space.

The show has a great line-up of speakers, workshops and exhibitors across all these tracks, plus much more, ranging from deep nerdom like 5G networks and quantum computing to Mike Judge, the creator of HBO’s Silicon Valley, to the social side, with Bumble’s Whitney Wolfe Herd.

Hot product launches: Product launches are all over the show, from Startup Alley to the Startup Battlefield competition to the stages, where startups and big brands, ranging from BMW to Mirror, Seismic, Clinc, Kairos and PlayVS will all make big reveals you won’t want to miss.

Fantastic female founder programs: Not only have we partnered with All Raise to offer a workshop and office hours for female founders with All Raise VCs, Disrupt will also host female-focused networking events and feature several remarkable women on our stage — Priscilla Chan, Aileen Lee, Arlan Hamilton, Bo Young Lee, Tina Sharkey, Anne Wojcicki, Jutta Steiner and Marillyn Hewson. All told, more than a third of our speakers and judges are women.

Wild Card drama. Startup Battlefield’s contestants have been training for weeks, but TechCrunch also chooses two wild cards from Startup Alley to compete at the last minute. And sometimes they do incredibly well. Just ask RecordGram, who was plucked from Startup Alley as the Wild Card and actually won the Startup Battlefield competition last year in New York!

Therefore, explaining the strategic measures put in place by the company in looking to build a name as the default delivery provider for international packages despite the logistic and fiscal challenges involved in shipping to Ghanaians;  www.eazyloop.com