Seven key takeaways from #mtpcon London+EMEA: Day 2

BY Louron Pratt on October 14, 2022

Day two of #mtpcon London was jam-packed with a plethora of inspirational product talks, from making better product decisions to artificial intelligence. Read on for seven key takeaways! Read more »

Five key takeaways from #mtpcon London+EMEA: Day 1

BY Louron Pratt on October 13, 2022

Today kicked off our tenth #mtpcon London! Throughout the first digital day, over 1,000 product managers were inundated with engaging sessions and inspirational talks from the comfort of their homes and offices. Here are five key lessons that we learned as day one draws to a close. Read more »

Learnings from London: What is it like to hold Google in your hand?

BY Louron Pratt on September 23, 2022

This week, we look back to #mtpcon London 2018. Google at the time just moved to making hardware such as Google Home. In this talk, Ivy Ross, Google’s VP of Design for Hardware at the time, led a keynote talk on working out what it felt like when you held Google in your hand. Read more »

Learnings from London: How to build a billion dollar app

BY Louron Pratt on August 19, 2022

This week in our Learnings from London series, we turn our attention to #mtpcon London 2013 where George Berkowski, former Head of Product at hit startup Hailo, led a session on the main stage to inspire us on how feasible it is to build a billion-dollar app! Read more »

Insights from the #mtpcon London Product Leadership Forum - Part 1

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 21, 2019

Held in the lovely Barbican Conservatory, this year’s #mtpcon London Product Leadership Forum brought together a group of senior product leaders for the type of conversations that can only happen behind closed doors. As a result, all of the issues discussed were under the Chatham House rule, so you won’t see any direct quotes, but Read more »

What we Learned at #mtpcon London 2019

BY James Gadsby Peet on October 20, 2019

This week, 1,775 product people from across the globe came together for #mtpcon London 2019. Proceedings kicked off with workshops and leadership discussions on Thursday, followed by the conference itself at London’s famous Barbican Centre. Here’s a quick look at what we learned: Since we started ProductTank 9 years ago, product has become a lot Read more »

Embrace Your Imposter Syndrome

BY Martin Eriksson on November 2, 2018

Martin Eriksson opened #mtpcon London 2018 – the world’s largest conference for passionate product people – by telling us that despite all he’s achieved, he feels like a fraud. This Imposter Syndrome is a deep fear of being exposed as someone who doesn’t know what they’re doing, despite their position in the world. Imposter Syndrome Read more »

Mind the Product Conferences

BY Martin Eriksson on October 31, 2018

Mind the Product is the world’s largest product management conference with annual flagship conferences (#mtpcon) in San Francisco, Singapore, and London attracting thousands of attendees each from all over the world, and regional conferences (#mtpengage) in Hamburg, Manchester, and more… 2019 Product Conferences #mtpEngage Manchester Feb 7-8 #mtpcon Singapore Mar 25-26 #mtpEngage Hamburg May 22-24 Read more »

Thank You for Helping Hone our Craft at #mtpcon London 2018

BY Martin Eriksson on October 26, 2018

On October 18-19, 2018 we gathered passionate product people from over 50 countries around the world in London for two days of learning, sharing, and honing our craft. Thank you for joining us and making it another incredible and memorable conference! It started with a day of workshops and product leadership discussions before the main Read more »

Over a decade of amazing product talks

BY Martin Eriksson on May 15, 2019

Since 2012, Mind the Product has been running #mtpcon all over the world in cities including, London, Singapore and San Francisco, as well as #mtpEngage in Hamburg and Manchester. We now offer digital conferences too – enabling even more people in the community to get involved! We continue to invite some of the top product Read more »