Over 3 days, 1,200 attendees from over 30 countries will learn from renowned product leaders and share the latest methods, tools, and frameworks that they use to build, launch and scale world-class software products.
Building world-class software products is hard. At INDUSTRY you will see how others manage product in different environments, from fast-paced startups to complex large enterprises, and learn how to:
CEO & CO-FOUNDER OF BASECAMP
Jason returns to the INDUSTRY stage where he wowed attendees in 2017 with his insights on the nature of being creative. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Basecamp, a renowned project collaboration product, and co-author of several seminal books on modern work practices, including Rework and most recently It Doesn’t Have to Be Crazy at Work.
AUTHOR & CREATOR
John is a former design partner at GV (Google Ventures), where he worked with Jake Knapp to develop the Design Sprint process. Since 2011, he has run more than 150 sprints. John co-authored the Sprint and Make Time books and he’s the editor of Sprint Stories, where hundreds of teams share their experiences with the sprint process.
VP OF PRODUCT MANAGEMENT AT UPWORK
Jessica Tiwari is VP of Product Management at Upwork (previously oDesk), a $1B+ two-sided marketplace. She is currently responsible for monetization and the acquisition, growth and retention of the Small Business segment. During her tenure she led the first major shift in the company’s pricing strategy, built Upwork’s subscription offerings and launched oDesk’s escrow solution.
CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER AT ADOBE
ACCLAIMED ACTOR & AUTHOR
MERCI VICTORIA GRACE
FORMER DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT AT SLACK
FORMER VP OF PRODUCT AT NETFLIX
CREATOR OF THE LEAN CANVAS
PRODUCT DISCOVERY COACH
CHIEF PRODUCT OFFICER AT LOOKER
FOUNDER AND CEO OF NOTEJOY
TY AHMAD TAYLOR
VP PRODUCT MARKETING AT FACEBOOK
PRODUCT COACH & AUTHOR
VP OF PRODUCT AT ESPN
PARTNER AT GV (GOOGLE VENTURES)
Sr. Product Manager, eCommerce, CDW
Product Manager, Moraware
Snagit strategy manager, TechSmith
Sr. Director of Product, OnBoard
Product Manager, New Innovations, Inc.
Chief Product and Technology Officer, Hostway
Amanda Meeks, Product Manager, SHR Developers of Windsurfer CRS
Product Manager, theMemories.com
Director of Marketing, GLIDR
Product Owner, Agile Transformation, Inc.
Dushyant Anoop Sahni
Principal consultant, business solutions, Nagarro
Clay Edward Burns Jr
Product Manager, Rewardstyle
Senior Product Manager, EventMobi
Product Manager, Buildium
Manager, Product Management, Capital One
Product Manager, Prism|rbs
Director, Product Management, VHT
Product Manager at Moraware
Product Manager at PetalMD
INDUSTRY features well-known product leaders from across the world present on the Main Stage. And you can catch a broad range of presentations on one of the breakout stages that open during day 2 of the conference.
INDUSTRY is the biggest multi-day Product Management conference in the world, allowing you to really step out of execution mode. Conference Plus and Superpass holders start with intensive 4-Workshops on September 23rd, before joining Main Conference pass holders on Tuesday for 2 days of talks, interviews, breakouts, and good times with fellow attendees.
Head to the Talk Shop stage after each session to connect with speakers in an intimate setting. There, speakers are interviewed and attendees have the opportunity to ask questions and discuss with others the merits and applications of what was presented.
Coming to INDUSTRY is as much about connecting and sharing with other attendees, as it is learning from speakers. Should you opt-in, you will be connected with several other attendees prior to the event based on topics you are interested in. And let your hair down with networking receptions every evening and an official party on Tuesday night.
Solving one of the biggest anxieties that conference-goers typically have, INDUSTRY attendees are provided with INDUSTRY Notes. These are a comprehensive set of notes for every session emailed to you immediately after the event. It even includes summarized Key Takeaways so that you can be fully prepared for that presentation to your boss when you get back to work.