ProductCamp Helsinki is a free half-day event for product management and marketing professionals. The idea is to get together and share the experiences of product management and product marketing. Active participants create the content to the event and the participants themselves may propose topics.
The target is active involvement rather than mere listening. ProductCamp is a great opportunity to share experiences, learn new skills and network with people interested in product management. Both beginners and experienced professionals are welcome.
The 2019 event
ProductCamp Helsinki takes place on Saturday 13th, April at the Futurice office in Helsinki. The event is sponsored by Futurice and Contribyte.
In previous years at ProductCamp Helsinki the sessions have been curated by the organisers. However, this year the sessions are to be proposed by the attendees as is the standard practice at unconferences.
|Marjukka Niinioja||API Product Management|
|Terhi Hänninen||How to design tests for your Product Hypothesis|
|Antti Suvanto||Product Portfolio Management|
|Lasse Lumiaho||Product management in B2B2C / marketplaces|
|Lasse Lumiaho||How to prioritise marketing channels|
Propose a session
|11:45 – 12:00||Arrival & registration|
|12:00 – 12.30||Kick-off & introductions|
|12:30 – 13:15||Keynote: Biometrics for Product Managers by Futurice|
|13:15 – 13:30||Break and snacks|
|13:30 – 14:40||Session set I|
|14:40 – 15:00||Break and snacks
|15:00 – 16:10||Session set II|
|16:10 – 17:00||Summary of sessions and pizza & beers|
|17:00 – late||Free networking and after party|
IMPORTANT NOTE: We have a strict no-show policy!
Since this is a free event with limited capacity, no show’s eat into other motivated people’s possibility for attending the event. Thus, in order to keep the event free and enable the maximum amount of people to attend the event, we will be charging a 50€ no-show fee (incl. 24% VAT) for each attendee who does not show up and has not cancelled their ticket 48 hours prior to the event via Eventbrite. ProductCamp Helsinki is a non-profit event, produced by volunteers – any fees collected will be used for covering the costs of organizing the event such as attendee kits and other event materials and promotion.