Mobiquity Sponsoring Product School Amsterdam Event

Product School Meetup Featuring Google, WeTransfer, and eBay

Product School, a leader in product management training, is coming to Amsterdam, and we at Mobiquity are excited to be co-sponsoring their first meetup event. Taking place at tech hub TQ’s headquarters on 2 April 2019, Product School is bringing together three product managers from Google, WeTransfer, and eBay to tell their stories and discuss successful product management.

Already excited? The Seats are fully booked at the moment. But you can sign up for the waiting list here or join our Mobiquity Product Management Academy for other product management events in the future. 

Product School will be organizing regular meetups in Amsterdam with the aim of bringing together a wide range of guest speakers to give inspiring, product-focused talks. As a co-sponsor along with TQ, Mobiquity is hoping to connect people in the product management community, and actively contribute to the growth of the community in Amsterdam.

We are excited to expand the community and inspire Amsterdam’s next generation of product managers and leaders.

Schedule

  • 18:30 - Doors open
  • 18:45 - Words from Mobiquity and TQ, followed by Intro to Product School
  • 19:00 - “Making the Unloved Loved: Lessons Learned from Nest Products” by Google Product Manager Joost van Hoof
  • 19:30 - Break
  • 19:40 - “Solve the right problems: Working with your Designers + Developers for Product Magic” by WeTransfer Lead Project Manager Ratidzo Felicia Zvirawa
  • 20:10 - “Driving Fundamental Product Change” by eBay Product Lead Nikolay Yaremko
  • 20:40 - Networking & Drinks
  • 21:00 - Evening ends

Along with heaps of useful knowledge and a chance to engage with Amsterdam’s product management community, drinks and snacks will be provided. It’s a meetup that’s not to be missed, so register soon, and tell your product friends and peers.

Mobiquity is looking forward to seeing you there!

About the Speakers

Joost van Hoof is a Product Manager at Google and one of the minds behind the first generation Nest Learning Thermostat in Europe. In his session, Joost will share his experience developing Nest products for happy customers. His stories will inspire attendees to reinvigorate their own hardware and software design processes.

Ratidzo Felicia Zvirawa is passionate about enriching peoples lives through technology solutions. She is a Lead Product Manager at WeTransfer who believes the best products are developed from understanding the customer’s core problems and needs. In her session, Ratidzo will impart how product managers can structure their teams and focus on solving the right problems, drawing from her journey as a PM at WeTransfer and other companies.

Nikolay Yaremko, who leads transformation for eBay’s First Party Advertising products, has been in the industry for nearly twenty years, and has done everything from developing innovative products for mass consumers to driving change in eCommerce. He is the product lead for Admarkt, an advertising platform for eBay’s Classifieds.

About the Sponsors

Mobiquity is a digital engagement provider that strategizes, designs, builds, and optimizes data-driven solutions for more than 200 leading brands around the world. We are a collective of unique individuals - over 600 employees spread across 3 continents and 9 offices - with a mission to humanize digital experiences. Our team of consultants, designers, engineers, and data scientists engages consumers, patients, and employees across all channels (including mobile, web, Internet of Things, and voice).

TQ is a curated tech hub in the heart of Amsterdam. TQ was founded by TNW to help startups grow exponentially, by providing them with the right community, events programming, and facilities. Also, the occasional, much-needed hug.

About the Host

Product School is a worldwide provider of product management education and training. Founded in 2014, Product School has 16 campuses across the US, UK, Canada, and online, and gives courses in Product Management, Coding, Data Analytics, Digital Marketing, UX/UI Design and Product Leadership. Their teaching faculty consists of top level product managers from Google, Facebook, Airbnb, LinkedIn, Netflix, Snapchat, and other tech companies. Product School is perfect for people who want to study while working full-time jobs, as classes are held in small groups at night and on weekends, for a fraction of the cost of most MBA programs.

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