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Mindset in Singapore - Stakeholders: how to bridge the gaps and pull them in

BY Rosemary King on February 11, 2020

Watch on YouTube | View other Mindset episodes In this episode, we join Rosemary King in Singapore as she welcomes Priscilla Nu and Tamara Moona to Mindset. Priscilla is Head of Digital Experience and Design at SP Group, a company reimagining sustainability with EnergyTech. Tamara is Director of Product Management at Pivotal Labs, servicing clients in […] Read more »

Coming Together at #mtpcon Singapore to Hone our Craft

BY Martin Eriksson on April 2, 2019

On March 25-26, 2019 we gathered over 400 passionate product people from 26 countries around the world in Singapore for two days of connecting, sharing, and moving our craft forward together. It started with a day of deep-dive workshops followed by an opening party right on Marina Bay, and culminated in the main conference in […] Read more »

Why the Time is Right for #mtpcon Singapore

BY James Mayes on March 11, 2019

When we announced in September last year that we’re bringing #mtpcon to Singapore for the first time, it was in the knowledge that the technology and innovation scene across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region is booming.  We see this in reports from the tech and business press, but more specifically from the recent strong growth in our […] Read more »

Don't Miss These Amazing Speakers at #mtpcon Singapore

BY Martin Eriksson on January 31, 2019

We’re beyond excited to be bringing our flagship conference #mtpcon – the world’s biggest and best product conference – to Singapore on March 25-26. We’re thrilled to announce the first of our amazing line-up of speakers and announce all our deep-dive workshops, connecting international and regional thought leaders with the vibrant product and UX community […] Read more »

#mtpcon comes to Singapore in 2019!

BY Martin Eriksson on September 19, 2018

Mind the Product started with a simple premise – that by coming together as a community we can all learn from each other, become better product managers, and improve our craft. We started with just 25 people in the back room of a London pub, but have quickly grown that product community to over 155 […] Read more »