There are a million product conferences. ProductCraft: The Conference is a more elevated conversation about the challenges of growing up enterprise, about how to get product a seat at the table, and how to keep innovation a part of your culture, showcased in an exciting new format.SEE THE AGENDA VENUE / LODGING
What to expect
The ProductCraft agenda will allow you to choose your own adventure. Yes, there will be stages with people on them. But there will also be concurrent salons happening around the space (the very cool Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco), which will allow for more intimate engagement in less formal settings. There will be hands-on Labs and relaxing Lounges, so you can actually hear yourself think while having meaningful conversations with peers. And there will be an unparalleled crowd of product leaders looking to push the Craft of Product further than ever before.
Engaging sessions led by well-known, rarely-heard-from product leaders who have changed the way the industry views Product Management entirely. Like who? Like Maiken Møller-Hansen, Head of Product, Alexa Mobile who will lead a session on Creating Products in Undefined Spaces for example.
Hands-on workshops challenging you to think differently as a product and business leader. Too often do we fall into the traps of day-to-day work, and not often enough are we given opportunities to let the creative juices flow. Our Labs will be just-micro-sessions with exercises designed to help you unlock your thought processes.
The thing we’re hearing most from you is that you’re missing the chance to build meaningful connections at these things. So we took action and built this time directly into the agenda. At ProductCraft Lounges we’re cultivating lush environments and scintillating discussions with your product leader peers.
Palace of Fine Arts Theatre
3301 Lyon St, San Francisco, CA
The Palace of Fine Arts in the Marina District of San Francisco, California, is a monumental structure originally constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition in order to exhibit works of art presented there. One of only a few surviving structures from the Exposition, it is still situated on its original site.Learn More