Product teams from across the world convene once again in the center of America’s industrial heartland on September 15th and 16th for Industry 2016. Join them in learning, sharing and celebrating the latest disruptive trends in product development.
Increasingly, organizations are looking at how modern tech startups are using new processes and methods to ship disruptive products. At Industry, you’ll be exposed to many of these in three progressive tracks, Build, Launch and Scale, delivered over two challenging days.
Who’s it for?
The agenda is designed to suit anyone who is serious about using new technologies and processes to ship better products. The following people attend from industries such as software, consumer packaged goods and healthcare:
I'm looking forward to hearing from great product people and sharing ideas with others. How often do you get to spend 2 days surrounded by other product people?
Last year's INDUSTRY had a wealth of open-minded, innovative people—I was able to learn so much so quickly. I can't wait to do it again.
I am excited to gather with a group of experts and professionals who share a number of the same challenges around building, sharing, and executing on great product strategies.
I wanted to be surrounded by some of the best product managers in the world. INDUSTRY is the place to do that.
[Last year] I loved the energy, you could feel the passion for product all around you seeping into your bones. It was invigorating.
Nothing beats a day out with product geeks.
Partner, Google Ventures | San Francisco, CA
Ken Norton is a partner at Google Ventures where he provides product and engineering support to more than 300 portfolio companies including Uber, Nest, Slack, Foundation Medicine, and Flatiron Health. In his years as a PM at Google, Ken led product initiatives for Docs, Calendar, and Google Mobile Maps. Ken joined Google in 2006 with the acquisition of JotSpot, where he was vice president of products. Ken has written extensively about the craft of product management. His classic essay How to Hire a Product Manager became the playbook for a generation of PMs.
1st Release @ $795 available until Feb 29th Sold out in 2 weeks
2nd Release @ $895 until Apr 30th Sold Out
Final Release @ $995 until Sep 14th Limited Availability
Onsite Price @ $1095 on Sep 15th & 16th
An All-Access pass is by far the best value. The package includes everything below, all at a discounted bundled rate:
1st Release @ $395 available until Feb 29th Sold out in 2 weeks
2nd Release @ $495 until Apr 30th Sold Out
Final Release @ $595 until Sep 14th Limited Availability
Onsite Price @ $695 on Sep 15th & 16th
The main conference takes place over 1.5 days on September 15th and 16th. Industry is a single track conference, divided into three progressive themes — Build, Launch and Scale. This gives each attendee the chance to enjoy every session and be exposed to content relating to the entire product development lifecycle. You’ll also get plentiful food and refreshments throughout, intimate conversations with speakers at the Talk Shops and access to exclusive networking events in the evenings.