You're invited to the next Women in Product London event!
It's mid-year, so now's the perfect time to demonstrate the success of your product and/or your team to your line manager, the wider business and external stakeholders.
During the free event, you'll hear from a group of talented speakers on how they measure success of their products and people and how it's communicated within their business. They'll share their expertise on how different types of success measurements can be applied in your product role and as current or future product leaders.
Isabel is Head of Product at Ocado Technology where she has led a team of 30 product managers to build a white-label online grocery platform and launch it internationally. In recognition she won the Computing Magazine Women in IT Excellence Rising Star award in 2018. Isabel has a Masters in Physics and Philosophy from Oxford University and has valuable first-hand experience as a founder and salesperson.
Marilyn is a Product Manager at Gelato where she manages the routing and forecasting technologies driving cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly global print solutions. She has spent 10+ years in the tech industry working mainly with startups in the Saas and marketplace spaces. She has worked on a range of products leading product through discovery, prototyping, testing and delivery. Marilyn is a regular featured speaker at the Product School.
Pinar is a Product Manager at Babylon Health where she manages the clinical model that drives Babylon’s global symptom checker experience. She has 5+ years in the tech industry working for corporates and startups in Seattle and London. She has worked in close partnership with enterprises to build products that rely on advanced data science and machine learning methods. Pinar has an undergraduate degree in Economics from Harvard University and an MBA from Imperial College London.
Leila Martine is Product Marketing Director for Commercial Mixed Reality, and is based in London. She is responsible for establishing and executing the go-to-market strategy for mixed reality which includes HoloLens and the adoption of first and third party apps. Over the past four years, she’s been working with many of Europe’s leading businesses and partners as they look to transform their businesses by harnessing technologies such as HoloLens. Prior to this, Leila has held several senior positions at Microsoft within Europe, including leading consumer and commercial business units such as Server & Tools and Windows.
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As our host is located at a high security building, photographic identification is required at entry.
Venue, food and drinks proudly sponsored by Microsoft.
Please note we may be photographing at #wiplondon. If you would prefer not to provide consent for these to be posted on Meetup and social media, just let one of our volunteers know on the evening.