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You’re invited to productboard’s monthly Happy Hour in San Francisco! Join us Wednesday, Aug 28th at our office on Market Street for inspiring talks, food and drink, and networking!
This month, product leaders from Quantcast, Miro, and Grammarly will be joining us for a lively discussion about product management best practices. Topics to be discussed include how to conduct better product discovery, feature prioritization, product strategy, team alignment, and building roadmaps.
5:30pm — Check-in
5:55pm — Welcome
6:00pm — Panel discussion on PM best practices
7:00pm — Networking
Lead Product Manager, Quantcast
John is a Lead Product Manager at Quantcast, a global ad tech firm helping grow some of the world’s largest brands and publishers. Prior to Quantcast, John was Head of Product at Uniregistry, where he helped bring a new domain registrar to market and launched its marketplace product.
His path into product management began in the mid 2000s as an engineer who drove the vision and roadmap for his company’s latest product initiative before taking over the P&L and leading it to successful exit.
At Quantcast, he’s helping bring to market a suite of self-serve products for both advertisers and publishers that compliment its managed service offerings and leverage its internet-scale audience dataset.
Director of Product Marketing, Miro
Rosie Fan is Director of Product Marketing and Customer Marketing at Miro, a globally distributed company providing a visual collaboration platform for distributed teams. Before getting enmeshed in the collaboration space, she headed up product marketing at Instapage, a post-click optimization company for advertisers and agencies. Before that she was at Envoy and Salesforce. In her spare time, Rosie enjoys learning about anything and everything and playing music.
Product Manager, Grammarly
Roman is an experienced product manager taking digital consumer products from 0 to 1. After receiving a degree in Computer Science, Roman began his career as a software engineer in a very early-stage startup. After a few years, he found himself crafting user experiences and rallying teams to achieve product vision. At Grammarly, Roman leads the browser extension product’s hyper-growth to 10 million daily active users, and is now leading Grammarly products for iOS and Android devices.
Space is limited, so please RSVP to let us know you’re coming. We look forward to meeting you!
If you have any questions, please reach out to Milan at firstname.lastname@example.org.