I just got off the phone with a recruiter who somehow managed to bypass my bullshit detector long enough to actually pitch me a job that was “a perfect fit for my profile”. First of all, stop talking about my profile you perv.
Archive | July, 2011
On July 14th, Mini Seedcamp was held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and I went along as a mentor. As usual, Ljubljana and Slovenia put on a great experience with warm (very warm) weather, great food and fine wine along with the all-important wonderful startups. Our first meeting with the startups came in the form of 5 […]
Having a product culture is about having the product, the very thing that you’re building, at the heart of the business, a core aspect that’s granted the attention it needs. This means that everyone in the company is an advocate for what you’re building and how you’re building it. The most successful product-centric companies include […]
Having been a Product Manager at Intel and Google, Rob Kniaz of Hoxton Ventures is one of only a handful of VCs with a Product Management background. He presented his views on what Product and VCs should expect from each other – and how they should interact at the last ProductTank: A VC Perspective on […]
Direct feedback from users of your product is an essential part of product management. While analytics will provide heaps of data to infer what users are thinking, direct feedback from users adds another dimension to this data. And Google seems to have upped the stakes recently. This is a look at one of the most important aspects […]
Mitch Pender of Antrak Capital joined us at the last ProductTank to share his view on Product Management. As a general manager and commercial manager for over 15 years Mitch brings a unique perspective from outside Product Management, and argues that while the function is crucial to the success of a start up – in […]