Timble at TechCrunch Disrupt 2015!

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What’s the best thing about San Francisco? Golden Gate Bridge? World famous cable cars? Well, answers may vary, but this year, September 21-23, one event in particular made the city more exciting than ever for all the tech industry professionals and fans out there.

“Startups start here” says the claim of TechCrunch Disrupt, and for an event gathering so many bright minds, entrepreneurs, investors and tech industry’s key innovators from the world over, we must say – it’s definitely not an overstatement. So imagine our excitement when this year we got the chance to present our app during TechCrunch days. Can you think of a better way to kickstart Timble on the US market?

Timble's stand at TechCrunch Disrupt 2015

Timble’s stand at TechCrunch Disrupt 2015

Timble had its own stand in the Polish Pavilion and we’re pleased to say that our app enjoyed a lot of interest from the public and press alike. People stopped at our booth to ask questions and learn about Timble. Some even decided to give our app a go and tried it out on the spot. Their days got more organized, week – better planned, and their time – more productive. In return, we asked for comments and opinions. Timble received a lot of positive feedback and recommendations!

Surrounded by so many open-minded tech professionals and enthusiasts, eager to share their knowledge and experience, we appreciated all the valuable insights and tips to help us turn a great app into an even better one.

But all good things come to an end and time flies when you’re… working hard. TechCrunch Days went by in a flash – good that we had Timble to help us manage our schedule! 😉

Krzysztof Zbiciński

Frontend developer, music lover and street workout enthusiast. Coding great things with the Timble team.

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