I’m pretty excited, no wait, I’m MEGA-EXCITED to be keynoting this year’s ProductCamp Amsterdam on Sunday Nov. 14th. I’m a big fan of ProductCamp – I’ve been to a couple here in Toronto as well as one in New York – and I’ve found that these events really are the ultimate gathering of Product Marketing and Product Management professionals. I also like the unconference format where the attendees get to set the agenda and the sessions are for the most part, more interactive and 2-way than what you get at your standard you-sit-there-while-I-talk-at-you conferences.
Lately I’ve been speaking and writing a lot about the changing nature of marketing. For this talk I am going to focus on how the landscape for marketing is changing, and how Product Marketing is emerging as more important than it’s ever been. This is a talk I’ve been dying to give to an audience of product people so I’m really excited that I finally get to do it.
If, unlike me, you won’t be taking a 5 hour flight to spend the weekend in Amsterdam, don’t worry, I’ll be posting the slides here in all of their glory for folks to enjoy.
If you haven’t registered already, you should do it now because it’s going to be GREAT.
I’ll also be speaking at Communitech’s annual Entrepreneur Week in Waterloo on November 10th. Communitech is a not for profit organization that is dedicated to supporting technology startups on the Waterloo area. The is the 5th year that they have run Entrepreneur Week and every year it gets bigger and more impressive. It’s a unique gathering of founders, startup types, VC’s and Angel Investors. Click here for more information and to register. I’m going to be giving a talk on Startup Marketing, specifically on the different types of marketing that startups can do at different stages of their growth. It should be a great conference so if you haven’t registered you should do so right now!