First ProductTank Sarajevo | Celebrating World Product Day

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The #1 ProductTank meetup has arrived in Bosnia-Herzegovina - ProductTank Sarajevo!

We are proudly announcing the upcoming season of inspiring, educational, experience-driven, fun and delightful speeches, workshops, and talk & play sessions.

Join us at HUB387 on Wednesday, May 15.

We will take this chance to take part in the world’s largest #ProdMgmt event, World Product Day and celebrate all things product!

Not to be missed!

OUR SPEAKERS

Adi Behlulovic - Product Management vs Project Management

Adi Behlulović is an intellectually curious, inquiring mind with a great passion for product management with special focus on startup projects. Adi is PSM, PSPO certified with a bachelor degree in Information Systems and Management. After obtaining degree he worked as a Software Developer for three years on dozens of different projects. He spent his free time reading about the agile and eventually got a job as a Scrum master, and an opportunity to get practical Agile knowledge. In the meantime, Adi started a couple of his own startup projects and got introduced to Lean startup methodology. Today, Adi is working at Ministry of Programming as a product manager for startup projects and enjoys reading and learning about the different range of topics such as Lean Startup, Customer Discovery, Hypothesis-Driven Development, etc.

Germán Distel - Crossing the chasm: From client requirements to market needs

Germán is Product Manager at Azavista, where he is part of a team that is working on a new version of their event management technology. Taking on this challenge implies skills such as requirements engineering, market research, UX/UI design and the construction of high fidelity prototypes.
Germán graduated from the University of Buenos Aires, with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and did his master studies in Organisational Psychology at the Universities of Barcelona and Bologna. He worked at Azavista’s headquarters in Amsterdam for some time before taking on the remote challenge. He currently resides in his hometown in Argentina and in his spare time he practices boxing, drinks beer with his friends and codes in Angular and Python.