Run of show:
– 6:30 Doors Open
– 6:45 Networking
– 7:05 Event Kickoff
– 7:15 Product Council
– 8:00 Break / Networking
– 8:10 Product Chat
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Product Council Events are broken into two acts:
Act I: For the first act, we introduce a startup who’s there to ask for product advice and feedback from the council. The council consists of three (3) experienced product owners who serve as an anchor for the ensuing conversations. In this instance, the product council and audience provide a product owner valuable feedback on their product.
Featured speaker: Gabriel Montoya, Founder, Dvdendo
Act II: The second act introduces a more established business who’s product owner is given an opportunity to showcase a particular product or feature they feel their product team has executed particularly well. In this scenario, the audience is provided with valuable product learnings through the experience of another product owner. Note: There are occasions where we have product makers come give talks about various themes related to product development, management or design.
Featured Speaker: Jenny Ramirez, Head of Products, Visa
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Product Council Panel:
What is the Product Council?
The Product Council provides startups and existing companies a fresh new outlet for critical feedback, ideation, and improvement of their products. Each month an audience of product makers (design, dev, etc.) and founders gather to learn valuable lessons and insights from experienced product owners as they dive deep into the challenge, success and failure of product design. This is no demo or pitch, rather it’s an open examination of how to execute an idea. Join us this month for your opportunity to exchange product stories, network, and learn valuable lessons from seasoned product veterans.
Learn more here: http://productcouncil.tumblr.com/about
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“I want to reiterate how much I enjoy Product Council events. You guys consistently host quality Meetups.” -Brandon
“The Meetup was excellent. In learning about practical approaches to product management, I’m able to better utilize my own product management toolbox to further develop an effective, productive and efficient product management system for our company. Thanks and I look forward to future Product Council meetups.” – Eric
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Ever wonder what it’s like to actually sit on the Product Council? Look no further, one of our product council members documented his experience here, “Ouch, Product Feedback”. http://productcouncil.tumblr.com/