The Product Podcast

Tune into all things Product Management

It’s time to fill your ears with the latest insights and trends in Product! Join us for the next 8 weeks as we dive into the world of Product by interviewing the brightest minds in the industry.
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🎙THE PRODUCT PODCAST🎙 Starting today, each week for the next 8 weeks we will be releasing new episodes featuring interviews with some of the most game-changing Product people in the tech industry. From discussions on “Understanding Customers Before a Product Launch” with Birchbox’s Senior PM, to “Leading Big Product Teams” with a 9-year PM veteran of Google, each episode will reflect trending topics that are swirling around the Product sphere. To make this listening experience even better, each episode will be available on all major platforms. So whether you prefer iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or TuneIn, you’ll be able to hear your new favorite source for all things Product without any additional hoops to jump through. So, cancel your plans to binge watch Stranger Things, head to your favorite podcast streaming app, and join us as we kick off the season with Tarun Gangwani of Twitch as he unravels the psychological complexities of User Experience. See you next time, Hunters!
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thank you @mert_aktas . You guys at userguiding.com are Rockastars!
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Great initiative! I have attended a FB talk recently and will be speaking at one of your events in Paris soon. Podcasts are just a lot more accessible and a great tool for sharing knowledge within our product community!
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Thanks @bombeztic. Happy to have you in one of our events in Paris. It's our honor. Deezer and Spideo together, BOOOM!
Looking forward to sinking into this!
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@lachlankirkwood awesome! Let me know your thoughts!
Who should listen to all that podcasts? The 100th podcast...
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@larsboehnke haha you're right. Maybe we need 100 ears, lol. To be honest Lars, I think we should test all things; hold fast to that which is good.