Past Meetup

Product Tank Lisbon - Third Edition

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Fábrica de Startups

Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca, 11 - 1º andar · Lisbon

How to find us

Will be in the auditorium of Fabrica de Startups, just enter the building and go up to the first floor

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Hi everybody!

After a long pause, we are back and strong with two new great speakers! As we said before, we only organize the meetups when we get good knowledge to share, and this one is very good :)

This time we have 2 very different topics, one more focused on the tech side, clearing up the myths around Bitcoin done by Lars Kluge and then Guillermo Landin will be sharing learned lessons when building and managing a product inside an agency.

But let's present the speakers:

Lars Kluge is a digital nomad, most recently founded Babl, a microservice platform and started a digital product agency. 2014 he co-founded Humint as CTO, an innovation lab with focus on digital currencies and blockchain technology. He also has built Inkpad while being Technical Director at Idealogue, and serves as Advisor to Knotable. Before he began traveling the world, he was CTO and Co-Founder of Kitchensurfing, a New York-based startup, Lead Developer at Daily Deal (acquired by Google) and CIO at (, Berlin.

His topic will be: "Beyond Bitcoin & Ethereum: Understanding the Blockchain Technology"


Guillermo leads the Startup Lab at Impossible, where he's responsible for testing product ideas and growing them into sustainable businesses. He joined Impossible (previously known as Kwamecorp) as the first collaborator and helped grow it into a 50+ people agency with offices in 4 countries and top tier clients such as Google, Samsung and Intel.

Having experience both as a developer and as a UX lead, Guillermo is a product enthusiast who thrives on articulating the creative vision with the technical constraints, while keeping a business focus.

Guillermo will share some of his learnings on building and managing products and the peculiarities of doing so inside an agency. He will explore different recent projects with a special focus on LokLok, a lock screen messenger (800,000 users) and Nikabot, a time tracking bot (5,000 teams).