Online World Product Day Meetup

ProductTank Stockholm
ProductTank Stockholm
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Welcome to World Product Day (http://worldproductday.com/), a day to raise awareness of and appreciation for the craft of product management and our global tribe of product people! Starting in Wellington, New Zealand, spanning 43+ countries, and culminate across the West Coast of North America 20 hours later.

In Stockholm, we'll focus on what's on everyone's mind, COVID-19. More specifically how we've needed to adapt our businesses and products to the change in demand.

We have four great speakers that will come at this from different angles:

• Petra Klein, the Chief Information Security Officer at Swedbank - Petra will talk about cybersecurity and the human perspective (with focus on the increased remote access and the new threat and risk landscape with so many people working from home)

• David Almström from VOI - Changing Focuses when everything change. How to adapt the Product Strategy to the new normal.

• Francesca Cortesi, CPO at Hemnet - How we built online showings in a week and what a pandemic can teach us

• Erel Sherman, CPO at MatHem - Lessons on controversial decisions in times of crisis

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AGENDA:
18:30 - Event starts
18:30 - 20:00 - Speakers and Q&A
20:00 - 21:00 - Mingle

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ProductTank provides an opportunity for Product Managers working in a variety of industries to exchange ideas and experiences about Product Management, Business Modeling, Metrics, Usability, and all the other things that get us excited. ProductTank was started in London, UK, and often features talks from guest speakers on both technical and business-related topics, networking opportunities, and good old-fashioned networking in a casual setting.