Mind the Product London 2016 is a conference that brings together product leaders from around the world to explore the intersection of design, technology and business in order to inspire you to build products your customers love.
This will be our fifth conference in London and we promise it will be better than ever!
The conference is currently sold out - please add yourself to the waitlist and we'll allocate any ticket returns on a first come, first serve basis.
Marty Cagan almost doesn't need an introduction. He is the Founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group, where he works with and advises many of the leading technology teams in the world. Before founding SVPG to pursue his interests in helping others create successful products through his writing, speaking, investing and advising, Marty was most recently the original SVP of Product and Design for eBay. He began his career working for 10 years as a software developer at HP Labs, and then moved on to join a young Netscape Communications as their VP Platform and Tools. Marty is the author of Inspired: How to Create Products Customers Love, and publishes a popular blog for product teams.
Elizabeth Churchill is a Director of User Experience at Google, the Executive Vice President of the Association of Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Human Computer Interaction (ACM SigCHI) and an ACM Distinguished Scientist. She is an applied social scientist, interactive technology designer and social communications researcher with a background in psychology (neuro, experimental, cognitive and social), Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. For the past 18 years she has drawn on social, computer, engineering and data sciences to create innovative end-user applications and services at Google, eBay, Yahoo, PARC and FujiXerox.
David Cancel is a 5X co-founder and a 2X CEO with four successful exits to date. He’s the Co-Founder and CEO of Drift, where he’s helping everyone know, grow, and amaze their customers. David is passionate about building amazing products and previously founded Compete, Lookery, Ghostery, and Performable. Most recently, after the Acquisition of Performable by HubSpot, David was the Chief Product Officer responsible for re-architecting the engineering team and HubSpot’s products. He’s also active in the Boston tech community investing in and advising organizations like Charles River Ventures, Spark Capital, NextView Ventures, DormRoom Fund, EverTrue, Visible Measures, Yottaa, and HelpScout.
Jeff Gothelf is a Design Partner at True Ventures, where he spends his time helping companies create better products. Jeff does this as an advisor, as well, for companies like about.me, Medium and WordPress. Previously, Jeff was VP of Design at Adobe after they acquired Typekit, the company he co-founded and ran as CEO. Jeff was also one of the founding partners of the user experience consulting group Adaptive Path. While there, he lead Measure Map, which was acquired by Google. During his time at Google, he redesigned Google Analytics and lead the UX team for Google’s apps. Much earlier, Jeff was part of the founding web team at Wired Magazine, where he helped build HotWired, Web Monkey, Wired News and many other sites. During that time, he authored two books, “HotWired Style” and “The Art and Science of Web Design.”
Donna Lichaw is the author of “The User’s Journey: Storymapping Products That People Love”. She is a user experience strategist and product manager with experience in multiple startups and organizations in New York and London, working with brands like Bloomberg, Citi, Casio, Atlantic Records, Sony Pictures, and New York Public Radio. She has also taught at New York University, Northwestern University, The School of Visual Arts, and Parsons the New School for Design. Prior to her career in technology, she refined her talent for storytelling and narrative development as an award-winning documentary filmmaker.
Jeff Veen has worked for 20+ years as a designer, team leader, author and coach, both in-house and as a consultant at companies like iXL, AOL, WebTrends, Fidelity, The Ladders and Neo Innovation. In 2013, he published his first book, “Lean UX: Applying lean principles to improve user experience” (O’Reilly) and in 2016 he published a new business book called “Sense & Respond” (Harvard Business Press) about how successful organisations listen to customers and create new products continuously. These days he spends his time as a coach, workshop leader and public speaker.
We'll announce more speakers in the coming months!
Don't miss our amazing workshops the day before the conference for a chance to dig deep into some new skills and level up your product management career!
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I change the name or other details on my tickets?
Yes, you are free to change your ticket details up to two weeks before the conference, including name, title, etc. Please do make sure these details are correct as they will be what we show on your badge! Just log in to eventbrite and make the changes, following these instructions.
Can I get a refund?
We offer a full refund up to one month before the conference. Simply log in to eventbrite and request the refund following these instructions.
Can I pay by invoice?
As we are a small team we only offer payment by invoice if you are buying 5 tickets or more due to the additional overhead. Please also note no tickets are held/issued until payment of the invoice has been received. Request to pay by invoice by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org