TechCrunch Live (previously known as Extra Crunch Live) is ending the year strong with a slate of fantastic speakers. We're speaking to Eugenio Pace from Auth0 and Sunil Nagaraj from Ubiquity Ventures.
We're thrilled with the response to TechCrunch Live. Over the last year, we've had great speakers telling amazing stories of growth, exits and failure. Just recently, Laela Sturdy and Vlad Magdalin spoke on mixing the personal with the professional in startup fundraising. Aileen Lee and Rachel Carlson walked through Guild Education's early pitch deck and we learned how Lunchclub landed a preemptive term sheet from Lightspeed.
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And without any further ado, here is a look at the outstanding guests joining us on TechCrunch Live in December.
Eugenio Pace (Auth0) + Sunil Nagaraj (Ubiquity)
December 1 - 3pm ET/12pm PT
After a decade at Microsoft, Eugenio Pace started his own company in the form of Auth0, which has more than 9,000 customers and secures 4.5 billion login transactions per month, ultimately getting acquired by Okta for $6.5 billion. Hear on TechCrunch Live how Pace worked with Ubiquity Ventures founding partner Sunil Nagaraj in the early days to grow toward this astounding exit.
Image Credits: Ubiquity Ventures / Mat Szwajkos