Product Camp – New York

Are you a product manager who lives around New York City or will be in NYC during the weekend of July 18? Do you want to learn about product management from other product managers who are walking in your shoes everyday? Look no further, ProductCamp is coming to town on July 18th. I will be traveling all the way from Boston to attend it.

Don’t know what a ProductCamp is?

ProductCampNYC is a free collaborative “unconference” where product managers can discuss the most current topics facing them on a daily basis.Loosely based on the successful BarCamp and Open Space formats, ProductCamp is an intense ad hoc gathering of product mangers and marketers to share, present, network, learn, laugh, and discuss. The agenda is defined by and voted on by attendees the morning of the event, ensuring the participants get the most out of their experience.

ProductCamp has been successfully hosted in San Francisco (twice!), Austin, and Boston. And…Atlanta and Seattle are in the works. Here are a few reviews following these events.
– “This was a great event. I took back more useful ideas than I have gotten at large industry events. The interactive format and the use of Brainshark and other tools made it very valuable.”
– “What a great experience to get together with a (large) group of passionate product managers and have lively discussions about how we can improve.”
– “There was a lot of collective talent assembled all striving for the same goal … let’s make product management the best career opportunity in the next few years.”

Here are the details:

ProductCamp NYC
Saturday, July 18, 2009 8am – 5pm
FREE to attendees!
St. John’s University – 101 Murray Street NYC
Registration & Additional Info:
Register now, what are you waiting for? It is absolutely FREE to attendees.

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