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  • AWS - Berlin 38 Krausenstraße Berlin, Berlin, 10117 Germany (map)

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.

AWIP is a 501c3 non-profit organization that grew out of San Francisco, and today is LIVE in SF, Silicon Valley, Boston, and Seattle – with new chapter NYC coming this fall! Join the global movement.


Nancy Wang, Head of Product, AWS Backup (Data Protection)

Nancy currently leads the data protection product management team for Amazon Web Services, responsible for unifying data protection (backup/recovery) needs across all AWS services. Previously, Nancy also led products at Rubrik, the fastest-growing enterprise software unicorn. With a history of building and launching large-scale enterprise systems in storage, data management, and networking.

Kaspar Von Grünberg, Founder & CEO, Humanitec

Kaspar is a German Software-Entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Humanitec a microservice management platform based out of Berlin, Kenya and New York. After selling his first company he helped Angela Merkels party to prep their technology and statistics strategy against the rising right wing and built the team that executed the 2017 election. 

Carrie Shuler, Founder & CEO, Humanitec

Carrie Shuler has a Master’s Degree in Communication. She began her creative journey in 2011 working for multiple award-winning media companies as a content curator, producer, creative writer and stylist. You can find my portfolio here She founded her first company at the age of 24 ( It became a social media craze reaching 40k organic followers in just a few months. She is currently the Co-Founder at Stark Mobility (8.1k likes on FB). They’re seeing $30K+ in monthly sales online of their electric skateboard with only $5 in ad spend. Almost all sales were coming from their social media and email marketing efforts. As the CMO Carrie was in charge of all online customer touch points including the blog, IG, FB, product updates, photos & videos ( 

She is also the Berlin chapter lead for the SoGal Foundation whose mission is to close the diversity gap in entrepreneurship and venture capital. Through the foundation she hosts curated events focused on the empowerment and education of women in business. Look for her events in Berlin.


5:30 - 6:00 pm: Registration & AWIP Welcome

6:00 - 7:30 pm: Panel Discussion

7:30 - 8:00 pm: Q&A

8:00 - 8:30 pm: Networking & Close


Earlier Event: June 19
Building Differentiated Product
Later Event: July 11
Building AI Products w/ Big Data