Every owner knows we gotta find marketplace fit. Almost no one gets it right on a initial try, that means iterating fast and decisively is a disproportion between mass and a void.
On a Extra Crunch theatre during TechCrunch Disrupt SF, we have a jam-packed row filled with heading product builders to plead only how founders should consider about rising and iterating their products.
First, we have Ravi Mehta, arch product officer during dating app Tinder . Before Tinder, he was a product executive during Facebook and a clamp boss of product during TripAdvisor, in further to a horde of other product-related roles. Mehta brings years of consumer products knowledge to a panel, and will pronounce about a specific needs of amicable and network-based products.
Second, we have Manik Gupta, arch product officer during travel and smoothness association Uber . Before apropos product chief, he led Uber’s Marketplace and Maps products, and spent years during Google as a heading PM for Google Maps. He brings a low credentials on building renouned consumer apps, and also instrumenting those apps with plcae and consumer data.
Third, we have Diya Jolly, arch product officer of temperament government height Okta . Before Okta, she led product for Google’s home products like Nest as good as YouTube’s monetization efforts, and also hold product roles during Microsoft and Motorola. She brings a hybrid credentials in craving and consumer product design, and will be means to pronounce about a varying hurdles opposite forms of users move to bear on a product.
Finally, we have Robby Stein, a executive of product government during Instagram where he leads a consumer group in assign of Stories, Feed, Messaging, Camera, and Profile. Before Facebook/Instagram, he hold a comparison product purpose during Yahoo, that acquired his startup Stamped, and was also a PM during Google. He brings a cross-over product viewpoint between startups and incomparable tech companies that will heighten a conversation.
We’re amped for this conversation, and we can’t wait to see we there! Buy tickets to Disrupt SF here during an early-bird rate!
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