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Practical tips when looking for a product role by Nick Charalambous

BY Eira Hayward on April 5, 2021

In this ProductTank London talk, co-founder of recruitment consultants Few&Far Nick Charalambous runs through what makes a good product CV or resume, how to nail an interview, and the art of proactive searching. Few&Far (formerly Knowit) has worked with a range of businesses, including Tesco, JustEat, Transferwise and Typeform, and Nick has been recruiting in […] Read more »

Why you Should Treat Your Resume as Your Professional Product

BY Jenny Wanger on February 20, 2020

To help hiring managers and recruiters, like myself, decide whether or not to interview you, it can be a great exercise to treat your resume like a professional product. Here I’ll share some useful pointers on how to do just that. Having reviewed hundreds of product managers’ resumes in the last year I’m sure I’ll […] Read more »

Transitioning to Product from a Functional Role

BY Andres Phillips on January 16, 2020

If you speak to five product managers about how they got their jobs, you’re likely to receive five different answers. Transitioning from a functional role such as marketing or engineering to product can seem daunting, especially if your education and experience aren’t specifically tailored to product, but it can be done. Why Is Product Management […] Read more »

Making the Transition Between Corporate and Startup

BY Becky Yelland on September 24, 2019

By choosing to work in product management, in either a blue-chip/corporate environment, a fast-moving tech house or a startup, do we brand ourselves with the type or size of company we work with? And, if we do, is it then hard to make the transition from one type of business to the other? Do our […] Read more »

Why Authenticity Matters in Your Product Management Job Hunt

BY Bridget McMullan on July 22, 2019

In January 2019, LinkedIn published the 15 most promising jobs for the year. Product owner (87% YoY growth) and product manager (29% YoY growth) both made the cut. Search terms have doubled for “product manager”, and Harvard recently reported that 7% of graduates are pursuing product management careers. Product management is becoming a popular career choice, and […] Read more »

Is that Job too Good to be True? How to Check you’re Applying for a Product Management Role

BY Jonathan Forman on January 31, 2019

You don’t have to look very far to find a ton of companies and organisations who are hiring for Product Management roles. If you’re lucky, you might be applying for a new job through a forward-thinking recruitment process where you see the demands of the role first-hand and can make a collective decision with your […] Read more »

Product Management Job Hunt: How to get an Interview and Nail it

BY Kostas Sirvydis on January 8, 2019

Whether you are moving from a product management position from one company to another or hunting for your first job in product management – it’s an exciting journey full of ups and downs. I‘ve recently been job-hunting in London and I want to share what I learned during the process. How to Present Yourself in […] Read more »

Acing the Product Management Interview - What They Don't Tell you

BY Randy Silver on October 12, 2018

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: What’s your favourite product, and why? Or how about: You have to launch a new product for X. How do you determine the total and addressable markets, and what steps do you take to fill that need? How do you determine pricing? I hate these questions. I hate […] Read more »