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Ole Mahrt - Product Manager at Monzo, talks at ProductTank London

Building a challenger bank the Monzo way – Ole Mahrt (ProductTank London)

In 2013, the Bank of England scaled back the rules and regulations involved in starting a bank. They hoped to kick-start technological innovation within the banking industry through increasing competition. Companies taking advantage of these changes are aptly labelled as “challenger banks”. Over the last three years there has been new banks springing up across […]

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Graham Kennedy explains how to take a product from conception to delivery at ProductTank Singapore

Taking a Product from Conception to Delivery

In this talk I gave at ProductTank Singapore towards the end of 2016, I parsed the steps required to take a product from conception to delivery, with a strong slant toward the business of products. Throughout my experience as a product leader, I’ve spent much of my time and effort optimizing how to align deliverables with […]

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Jesus Ramirez talks about how branding and product inform each other at ProductTank London

Focusing On Your Brand Will Produce a Better Product

We all want to build products which connect with our users and drive engagement. In this talk, Jesus Ramirez, VP Product at Tallwave Capital, explains how effectively leveraging brand in your products can create user experiences which do just that, and which turn your customers into advocates. Brand or Product? – Blurring the lines in […]

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Paul Yokota on Launching Products

Launching Products – Paul Yokota (ProductTank NYC)

Paul Yokota talks to ProductTank NYC about the process of launching products and discusses the many associated challenges, reflecting on the challenges he faced when launching Animoto’s Marketing Video Builder app. Paul started his career at Mixbook as a product manager for Mosaic, a mobile app for creating photobooks. He currently works as a Senior […]

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Christian Miccio and Kana Butkovic talk about internationalisation of complex products at ProductTank London

Launching Complex Products in International Markets

Christian Miccio (VP Product at First Data) and Kana Butkovic (Programme Director at First Data) set out a detailed strategy for launching physical products on an international scale. How do you manage return policies within a delivery supply chain that stretches across several countries? To what extent is your business model governed by local regulations? […]

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SiQing Lin shares her experiences with Internationalisation and Localisation at ProductTank London

Internationalisation and Localisation

TUI’s small team in London, have designed and built mobile apps which are used by millions of people around the world. SiQing Lin shares how they’ve achieved success at such scale. Build centrally, deliver locally  Their business in Europe is broken into 4 market clusters, that allows them to do things on the ground how […]

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Overhaul of the internal apps at Tesco

My product is store stock management. I product-manage multiple apps which allow store workers at retail giant Tesco to manage stock and provide an excellent customer service. Tesco store apps include all the stock control routines: deliveries, reductions, counts, waste, training, product search and so on. I was surprised to learn (less so when I […]

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Lisa Long at Mind the Product

Taking Your Product Across Cultures by Lisa Long

The commercial world is littered with the wreckage of international expansion plans gone awry, whether it’s the $2 billion that US discount retailer Target misguidedly spent thinking Americans and Canadians are the same, Tesco’s failure to understand US shopping habits with its Fresh & Easy brand or the failure of the HP digital magazine Pivot […]

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Making My Underwear an accessible product

This is a story about My Underwear. Not my underwear —  but “My Underwear” — the mobile game for children from my old game studio. More importantly, it’s about the hard work of building accessible products, about finding and fuelling previously unreachable audiences (niche markets on the internet), and ultimately about creating joy for people using our products […]

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