#mtpcon San Francisco reason #5 – the industry party of the year "Product people - Product managers, product designers, UX designers, UX researchers, Business analysts, developers, makers & entrepreneurs 9 December 2014 True Mind the Product Mind the Product Ltd 294 Product Management 1.176
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#mtpcon San Francisco reason #5 – the industry party of the year


Mind the Product’s #mtpcon is coming to San Francisco, and there are a whole bunch of reasons why you should join us for it. We’ve picked out five to help you justify your ticket, and today we’re telling you all about the last – but certainly not the least.

Reason 5: Come to the industry party of the year for free flowing drinks & conversation

There are many reasons why your entire business would benefit from sending you off to #mtpcon but this one’s especially for you, product managers. We’re all about excellence of education, but we also believe in the benefit of having a bit of fun. That’s why we put on an epic party at the end of a hard day’s learning. Besides, what better way to get talking with interesting people than with a cocktail in hand?

Successive #mtpcon after-parties have taken place in some of London’s most dynamic bars. And we’re bringing the same recipe to San Francisco next summer. Immediately after the last session of the day, Mind the Product will be taking over a bar near the conference venue, offering attendees the opportunity to carry on conversations into the early hours with an open bar.

15223991036_8e7e971361_z“I think it’s a great opportunity to meet like-minded people, to share war stories, to get therapy, to get connections in the business. And I think that if you’re in the product scene or if you’re a product manager in particular it’s really the only conference to go to.” Andy Budd, Founder – Clearleft

If you don’t want to miss out on your chance to party with the San Francisco product community on June 4, make sure you’ve signed up for updates on ticket releases to grab yours at an earlybird price.

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