Come join AWIP CEO and Amazon Principal Product Manager, Nancy Wang, as she travels to Berlin to speak at Tech Open Air – Berlin and launch AWIP – Berlin! Local product leaders who have led the charge in building international products will be speaking, with an emphasis on how we can build a more interconnected global economy with products.
Advancing Women in Product is teaming up with Cloudera to bring you a panel on what every product manager, entrepreneur or business leader needs to know to march into the world of applied AI. Modern AI techniques are notoriously data hungry.
Are you a PM about to launch a product? There are probably a million things on your mind right now: from how to differentiate your product from the competition, how to ensure a perfect product-market fit, how to price the product, down to what is the perfect launch strategy. No fear!
We all know Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant. We can control our home lights and order stuff from Amazon, but, what about the enterprise applications? With the word error rate at less than 5%, is voice interface ready to be the primary interface to drive all enterprise applications? What are the key use cases where a voice interface can provide value in enterprise applications today?
This session will provide an overview of what every product manager, entrepreneur or business leader needs to know to march into the world of applied machine learning. Learn how you would enhance your customer experience, business strategy or product feature by adopting machine learning models and A.I. New technology brings new challenges both in technology adaptation and mindset change.
The game industry is undergoing a seismic shift from behind the scenes development process all the way to the makeup of game audiences. Nowadays more women are part of the game development process and more women are playing games than ever before.
Learn how data is driving our everyday health decisions: from when we eat, to when we exercise and when we sleep. Come hear from our expert panelists as they discuss the technologies that power the most successful products in the space and how they affect people’s behaviors.
There is a wide gender gap in leadership positions in the technology sector. Only 14% of executive officer positions are held by women and only 21 of the Fortune 500 CEOs are women. If you are a woman in technology, you may wonder: how can I amplify my voice and breakthrough?
Advancing Women in Product (AWIP) and Mode Analytics present an immersive seminar and workshop to help all product managers and product-minded techies to build products that your customers will love using again and again!
The Internet of Things (IoT) market is expected to grow from USD 170 billion in 2017 to USD 560 billion by 2022. In this ever growing realm of IoT the key challenges are security and large scale scaling of connected systems and solutions. How to stay abreast with this extremely fast growth? What strategies to employ in your IoT products? What markets is it predicted to grow? Join us in november for an exciting talk and learn about IoT product strategies for growing markets from executive product leaders in the IoT space.
Come celebrate the end of 2018, and the culmination of AWIP's fascinating year, on December 6th! Grab a drink and some apps and network with other members of the AWIP community, including incredible PMs and product professionals. We will also be sharing details for the fantastic programs we have in store for 2019.
Calling all US startup founders who are looking to expand to Europe: Come join Advancing Women in Product on 11/29 and meet the Head of Entrepreneurship and Accelerator Programme of École polytechnique - get funding, contacts, and resources to enable your European expansion to succeed!
As managers within large organizations, it might be easy to feel like you're just a drop in the pond. Learn from product leaders at some of the most successful and disruptive companies in the B2B space to learn how to grow your personal sphere of influence and brand to become a thought leader and grow into a business unit leader.
With great pleasure and excitement, AWIP invites you and your colleagues to join our Paris Chapter Launch Mixer on October 24th, 5:30 pm at DocuSign, Paris office. You will be part of our international expansion project and help us shape the future of AWIP Paris Chapter along with key tech executives from the area. Feel free to forward it to your elite network and hope to see you at the Mixer.
A key aspect of a PM’s job is to critically balance between consumer, technology and business. This involves involving the right people, in right ways and at the right times. Join Advancing Women in Product & Plaid on October 17th to learn on innovative strategies that you can take with you in how to involve executive leadership and sponsors in key product management decisions.
Join us for AWIPs inaugural South Bay event where lead PMs at hyper growth B2B Cloud Saas companies share best practices and challenges of enterprise product management. Learn about trends in the cloud market and what its like to innovate for hyper growth. This is a must-attend event for current and aspiring Enterprise PMs.
Join us for a fireside chat with top product managers who will guide you through identifying the right mentors in and outside of the office and teach you how to cultivate these relationships throughout your career. We will also break out into our mentor circles to discuss our goals and topic of focus for the program. Can't wait to see you all there!
In partnership with Thumbtack, Advancing Women in Product is proud to present a workshop on "Achieving Virality for Consumer Products". Learn how to make your product viral from the experts in the field. AWIP's workshop on consumer product virality will teach you the tips and tricks to grab attention quickly to achieve major impression and conversion metrics. We will focus on best practices and interim milestones you can incorporate to see how to best scale your consumer product... and make it go viral.
We are bringing an exciting innovative take to help PMs gain more confidence around technical product management via an interactive workshop where the audience can see a live interaction between PMs and engineers. Learn how to improve your technical skills with our esteemed panelists from Sift Science, Rubrik, and Google.
Arum Kang, a Wharton alumna, co-founded Coffee Meets Bagel with her sisters Soo and Dawoon. Since launching in New York City in 2012, Coffee Meets Bagel has been an unstoppable force in the dating scene expanding throughout the U.S. and launching internationally over the past year. It has made over 2.5 billion introductions globally and has been named one of the Top 15 Dating Sites by Mashable and the Best Dating App for Women by Refinery29. They made waves on ABC’s SharkTank when they turned down a $30 million offer.
Are you looking to break into product management or transition into a new product management role? Join us at Advancing Women in Product's 'Ace the PM Interview' on July 19th.
You'll have the opportunity to learn best practices and network with product manager recruiters from some of the leading companies.
Following the panel discussion, attendees will be participating in group speed networking so you can get your job search questions answered.
A product roadmap is a statement of what you plan to produce in the coming months or years. Your product roadmap is also an essential communication and expectation setting tool. Our event, by providing expert guidance and feedback live will help current PMs create clear and concise roadmaps and effectively get buy-in from cross-functional groups from across the organization.
Pre-Sales Tickets: https://awip-product-roadmap-2018.eventbrite.com
AWIP presents a skill based exploration of product analytics for current PM’s. Learn from product leaders in analytics on how to structure those nebulous A/B tests, and set meaningful KPIs to derive user insights. We will be featuring a panel of product leaders in the analytics space to showcase their tips and best practices on product analytics. A must-have for current PMs in any industry!
Get tips and feedback from recruiters and PMs across the industry on how to best position yourself in the application process, starting with your resume!
Recruiters & Panelists:
- Jessye Strohmeye, DoorDash
- Ryley Edwards, Uber
- Sarah Kim, Uber
- Devon Bowman, Coursera
- Blake Williams, Hirepool.io & Ex-Mircosoft
- Rachel Xiao, SiftScience
- Robert Hemenway, ServiceNow
- Nancy Wang, Rubrik
- Sarah Niehaus, Panel Moderator
Join Advancing Women in Product (AWIP) for an evening with Product Management leaders from Google, LinkedIn, Uber, and Amazon as they share their personal stories on breaking into Product Management, and building successful careers. The panel will provide tips on how to navigate the highly competitive interview process, and how to set yourself up for success once you’ve landed the PM role.
Event sponsored by Mixpanel.
Come celebrate the end of 2017, and the culmination of AWIP's first year, at Press Club on Wednesday December 5th! Grab a drink and some apps and network with other members of the AWIP community, including incredible PMs and product professionals. We will also be sharing details for the fantastic programs we have in store for 2018.
Light appetizers will be served; Cash bar
Advancing Women in Product (AWIP) will be hosting an executive leadership panel comprised of the foremost thought leaders from the enterprise software industry. These executive thought leaders will provide the audience with actionable tips on how they successfully navigated their careers to land a seat at the executive table, in recognized Fortune 500 companies and unicorn startups, including Amazon AWS, Cisco, Rubrik, and Tradeshift. They will provide not only tips on how to obtain executive sponsorship within an organization, but also their lessons learned on how to navigate challenging leadership scenarios.
Business happens because of relationships. Developing strong business friends is critical no matter your role, profession or industry. One of the biggest shortcomings of many business women is they don’t have a network. It’s too easy to get caught up in proving your value by overworking instead of developing more business friends. So join us for an evening to hear from Kristy Rogers on some tips on how to build relationships and networking.