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Lessons from the Product Trenches

  • February 15 · 6:30 PM
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ProductTank Boston is back! We're delighted to reboot our Boston meetup, and we're kicking it off in style with Lessons from the Product Trenches, an informal event highlighting some amazing speakers sharing their stories from the front lines of product management.

Join us for an informal evening with several short talks, and plenty of great people around to share and learn from!

Speakers

• Ellen Chisa is the VP Product at Lola, a Boston-based startup that provides on-demand, personal travel service for hotels, flights, and more. Before Lola, she worked as a Product Manager at Kickstarter, and was a Dean and Trustee of the Awesome Foundation for three years. She currently teaches product management at Olin college and is also a Product Advisor at Flybridge Capital.

• Jonathan Kim is a co-founder of Appcues, a Cambridge-based company dedicated to helping people create amazing user experiences. Prior to Appcues, Jonathan was on the development team at HubSpot and Performable. He's here to help.

• Matt Gray is the Director of Product at TetraScience. TetraScience helps to make the lives of R&D scientists more efficient by monitoring instruments remotely and automating experiments. Before TetraScience, Matt ran a product team at Localytics, covering mobile marketing automation using big data, and managed analytics efforts at Pearson, leveraging his background in applied statistics and data science.

Thanks to our host and sponsor Wistia for providing the space and the beers!



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  • Adrian

    Great event, really enjoyed the speakers and the friendly crowd. I was wondering if slides from any of the talks will be available?

    3 days ago

  • Jonathan K.

    Loved it

    3 days ago

  • Ellen G.

    good to hear 3 short, focused presentors

    6 days ago

  • Emera T.

    Great speakers, insightful conversations with fellow product ninjas, amazing food. Glad to see ProductTank Boston is back in action!

    6 days ago

  • Ramon R.

    Informative, well run, highly beneficial. And fun.

    1 · 6 days ago

  • Akhil J.

    Three important meetings talk

    1 · February 15

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