This Thursday the first ever Mind the Product San Francisco hits the West Coast – and the ProdPad team will be in the house, California! We’re thrilled to be sponsoring such a phenomenal product management event – and with nine awesome speakers (including Marty Cagan and Kathy Sierra) and 600 product managers, we’re looking forward to some inspiring conversations! And since we know you’ll be busy talking all day, here’s three reasons you should make sure one of those conversations is with us.
You’re a product manager? What a coincidence, so are we! ProdPad was built by product managers, for product managers, to make product management more streamlined and much easier. We know what makes you tick (it makes us tick too) and we know where your daily stress points are – so come check out the awesome tools that will make your life easier, and tell us what else ProdPad could offer to improve your business, your processes, and most importantly, your product.
- Do your body a favor – grab a handy guide
If you think eight hours of product discussion might be a little bit taxing for your brain, spare a thought for your body! We’ve all suffered from those nasty conference side effects in the past – iPad Shoulder Hunch and Notetakers Wrist – so do your body a favour and grab a copy of our Handy Guide to Product Management. It’s packed full of tips, takeaways and product management 101s, and you don’t even need to take a single note.
Disclaimer: cannot help with the unwanted symptoms of After Party Forgetfulness, but we can show you how to “remove tag” on Facebook photos.
Product Managers love swag, we know. So we’ll be running our product management survival Twitter contest live from Mind the Product SF. To be in with a chance of winning a coveted product manager’s survival kit we’ll be asking you to Tweet your ultimate survival tip! Come prepared (the contest starts at 9am) and make sure you mention @ProdPad and include the conference hashtag, #mtpcon and we’ll pick the best ones on the day!
We can’t wait to see you in San Francisco!