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Product Festival

Product Festival

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This is where you will learn with the world's leading product managers. Limited number of spots are available.

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Why attend?

Are you interested in learning how to build great products? We'd love to have you at Product Festival 2022. This is a one-day online conference where you'll get practical advice from some of the world's leading product people on how to make your users happy and how to become a great product leader. Get a view into product-focused companies and learn about their processes, how they tackle problems, and important things that they’ve learned.

“Fantastic event! Hands down the best conference I’ve been to.”

— Anna Sparrow, UNIVERIS

“Informative. Inspiring speakers. Great take aways.”

— Ashley Hamilton, Demac Media

“Great opportunity to get insight into practices at companies.”

— Shehzad Akbar, Architech

“Glad I took the leap and came to this event.”

— Jack Lee, MDDT


9:30 AM PST

Natalie Gibralter, VP of Product at Squarespace

What got you here, won’t get you there: Lessons in scaling product from startup to public company

It all begins with an idea. Maybe you want to launch a business. Maybe you want to turn a hobby into something more. Or maybe you have a creative project to share with the world. Whatever it is, the way you tell your story online can make all the difference.

10:00 AM PST

Samantha Lin, Product Manager at Uber

Maximize the team's impact with bottom-up ideation

As an optimization team, we constantly look out for ideas to improve the ride-sharing experience. Increasing the number of high-quality hypotheses to test is one of the biggest levers for maximizing an Optimization team's impact. In this talk, Samantha, an Uber Marketplace's PM, will share learnings on building hypothesis-driven culture and driving bottom-up ideation.

10:30 AM PST

Halim Madi, Senior Product Manager at Stripe

Product Development Fundamentals: 3 steps, 2 pillars, 1 goal

3 steps: This talk expands on a previous talk about Product Building Fundamentals (Youtube link). It starts by explaining the 3 necessary steps every team needs to nail when embarking on the product journey (Understand, Identify, Execute).

2 pillars: It then dives into the two metrics every starting team should focus on: Retention and Engagement. I'll explain why retention matters most and how a team can figure out its retention and engagement metrics. This part is based, with permission, on excellent material from (Retention, the silent killer).

1 goal: The invisible metric for each team booting up a new product is momentum and stamina. Founding team (be it startups or intra-corporate ones) disproportionately burnout after their initial burst. This last bit is a number of advices to take care of one's human capital and team integrity through care-centric product development principles.

11:00 AM PST

Ela Malani, Product Manager at Dropbox

Introduction to Technical Product Manager

Learn what it means to be a Technical Product Manager - roles and responsibility, do's and don'ts in this role.

11:30 AM PST

Networking lunch

12:30 PM PST

Srishti Khairnar, Product Manager at Google

Building products for the NBU (Next Billion Users)

The internet's future lies with its next billion users. They are coming online through smartphones and using the Internet in radically new ways. There is a massive potential and innovation to help solve their challenges with technology. This presentation will go over the tried and tested best practices for building products and experiences for these users.

1:00 PM PST

Raheem Mussa, Product Manager at Amazon Web Services

Navigating PM at Small vs. Large Companies

Raheem will discuss how PM compares between small startup, hypergrowth, and large companies. With PM experience at Miovision, Clearco, and Amazon Web Services, he can discuss key differences in PM scope, structure, process, ownership, and impact.

1:30 PM PST

Chandrika Maheshwari, Product Manager at Plaid

How to make user onboarding suck less

Onboarding is an important lever to drive product-led growth. Learn how to make your onboarding flow work for your users (and not the other way around!)

2:00 PM PST

Jeff Aldrich, Group Product Manager at Squarespace

Topic: TBD

2:30 PM PST - 3:30 PM PST

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