Breakfast with VP of Product Management, Wonga

ABOUT THIS EVENT

Everyone knows Wonga – the digital finance company irrepressible about disrupting the status quo of today’s banking solutions. Surrounded by heated debate, Wonga’s effectiveness to date is not in question. Since its launch, the technology company has experienced meteoric growth, tucked multiple awards under its belt, and has been frequently quoted as the service for the digital generation.

Opinions aside, Wonga’s journey to building a product that is relevant to its customers seems to be paying off. With a net promoter score of 71%, and 90% of customers recommending the service to a friend, the digital business has a few product lessons to share.

TAKEAWAYS

What makes a relevant product? Was Steve Jobs right in saying you shouldn't ask potential customers what they want?What questions should one ask when testing a product idea?What makes a good set of requirements for product design?When should I say 'No' to new features?How do I scale a product - from one to a million customers? 

PREREQS & PREPARATION

No prep needed. You will most benefit from this panel if you are looking to build a great product, are interested in the financial services industry in London, or are curious to learn more about successful product management.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

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Panni Morshedi VP of Product Management, Wonga

Panni is currently leading all product development at Wonga. She has been with the company since the beginning and has been instrumental in launching Wonga and scaling it to 8 million loans and growing. In addition, Panni was responsible for setting up and implementing the international expansion strategy.Prior to joining Wonga, she was in charge of product development for iModel Music, a global mobile marketing company.

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