The charter reads:
“Startup Product welcomes everyone passionate about product excellence, regardless of title, industry, or stage of growth, to come together to share, learn and talk about what it really takes to produce products that people love and how to build sustainable businesses and revenue streams based on product excellence.”
Having admired Cindy F. Solomon‘s work with Global Product Management Talk and Startup Product Talks in San Francisco, Shobhit worked with Cindy to provide something similar to Boston-area product people. He’d seen a talk I did at ProductCamp Boston and asked me if I would be the first speaker for his new group.
He felt there was a need in the vibrant startup scene of Boston and Cambridge for information on how good product management works and what it can accomplish. It turns out he was right. As of this writing, the group has 129 members and our first event brought in 20.
BTW, I want to give a shout-out to Venture Cafe in Kendall Square, who donated the space for this event, and to Andrew Singleton in particular. He expertly facilitated set up and got me a beer after the session when it really hit the spot. Thanks, Andrew!
A dedicated evangelist for better products and product management, Bruce founded UpUp Labs in 2012. Through it, he offers consulting services and applies his expertise to building innovative tools like Reqqs, the forthcoming smart roadmap tool for product people. Follow Bruce on twitter @d8a_driven Read Bruce’s blog http://www.productpowers.com
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