#8 ProductTank Split | Stipe Režić (Mushroom Cups)

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Hello Product Community!

All products go through three distinct phases – birth, growth, and survival. You start by making the product work, then you have to grow the product, and then, crucially, you have to focus on survival – on keeping it relevant.

Stipe Režić from Mushroom Cups will join us to share some of his tips:

💡How to scale opportunities for stable and continuous growth?

💡What mechanisms can you use to maximize customer experience to adapt and evolve in order to meet new market opportunities?

💡Which tactics to apply to successfully combine marketing, pricing & market research to emerge on the European & US markets?

💡How important are technological solutions for the continuous development and growth of a commercial product?

💡How can smart convenience tech solutions fit into product vision and strategy?

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Mushroom Cups is a Croatian food tech startup that is disrupting the coffee industry! With their special product blend, organic coffee infused with superfood mushrooms, Mushroom Cups team uses their superpowers to maintain their product quality and boost daily customer experience.
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🔜Join us in less than two weeks, Wednesday - December 4, 2019, to hear a brief founder story behind product growth.

Agenda:
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm --- Warming up!
6:30 pm - 7:15 pm --- Stipe Režić (Mushroom Cups)
7:15 pm - 🍕🍻 --- Networking & fun :)

See you in two weeks and don't forget to bring a colleague with you 😉

*** Stipe Režić together with his Mushroom Cups team has been chosen as 1 in 8 most promising food tech startups in the world. With a computer science degree, he loves to experiment with food science and make tangible products that people love consuming. He is passionate about nutrition, performance, and productivity, as he was a professional basketball player reaching "only 30% of his full potential" as his father said :)