Coffee with PMs

Coffee and PMs are the perfect blend. Get your cup of coffee ready and join our product management panel discussion in the comfort of your own office or home. You will be hearing from product professionals from leading brands including Hulu, Expedia, and Mailchimp.

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Wednesday, Sept. 22, 10am PT/1pm ET

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We’ll be covering the following topics during our online panel:

  • Career path: How did you get to where you are today? What did your path to product management look like? In your product management career, what was the biggest mistake you made and what did you learn from it? What do you think are some of the most common challenges faced in product management? Do you have any advice for more junior product professionals?
  • Trends: What are some trends you anticipate happening in the next 3-5 years for your particular industry? How has the product career path changed over the last few years, and where do you see it going in the future?
  • Tips & product management advice: How do you stay organized and prioritize your tasks? What tools and strategies do you use? What strategies do you use to prioritize your product roadmap? What tools or methodologies do you use? What have been your favorite ways to connect and get feedback from your customers? How do you incorporate customer product feedback into your roadmap?
  • “Hot takes” rapid round: If they agree or disagree with several polarizing statements such as “True or false: NPS is dead.” A little healthy debate never hurt anybody!

Meet the Panelists

Aswin Pranam


Director, New Product & Tech Insights, Expedia Group

Kendrick Wang


Product Manager, Mailchimp

Brent Roraback


Principal Product Manager, Hulu

To understand mobile’s impact on the product management industry, we surveyed over 200 mobile PMs and packaged our learnings in our new report. This guide was created to help mobile product managers understand how their jobs and mobile products stack up against their peers, along with tips for improving technical skills, measuring success, facing challenges, and how to get ahead.

The report highlights demographic data, key decision makers, success metrics, average level of technical skill, average salaries, and more.