Thank You for Another Awesome #mtpcon London

BY MARTIN ERIKSSON ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2017

On Friday, September 8, we gathered nearly 1,600 passionate product people from 52 countries around the world to the iconic Barbican Hall for another dazzling #mtpcon. A day full of incredible talks, amazing conversations, an epic afterparty, and more pre-events than ever before!

A huge cyan blue thank you to our magnificent speakers, crew, volunteers, and most of all our fantastic audience for coming together as a tribe, geeking out on all things product, and making it an awesome conference!

We’ve gathered some of the feedback, write-ups, sketchnotes, and photos below, and #mtpcon will of course be back in 2018 – in San Francisco on July 16-17, and in London on October 18-19! Check out all the ticket release dates and save the date!

Write-ups

What we learned at Mind the Product 2017 by me
5 Lessons from #mtpcon Leadership Forum by Casper Sermsuksan
A Review of the Product Conference in London by Prad Patel
What I Learned This Week at #mtpcon by Henrik Mitsch
#mtpcon – What I Took Home With Me by Sašo Jakljevič
Top 3 Lessons Learned From Mind the Product in London by David Rosenthal
Four Conversations from Mind the Product by C Todd Lombardo
Great ideas often look weird & other learnings from #mtpcon by the Skyscanner Team
7 Big Things we Learned at #mtpcon by Dave Martin

Photos

Mind the Product London 2017

Sketchnotes

Mind the Product London 2017 Sketchnotes

Your Reactions

#mtpcon thank you

Martin Eriksson

About MARTIN ERIKSSON

Martin Eriksson has 20+ years experience building world-class online products in both corporate and start-up environments for global brands such as Monster, Financial Times, Huddle, and Covestor. He is the Founder of ProductTank, the Co-Founder and Curator of Mind the Product and currently a Chief Product Officer at large, advising and mentoring startups. He is also the author of best-seller Product Leadership, How Top Product Leaders Launch Great Products and Build Successful Teams (O’Reilly, 2017).

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