This year Nasscom will be organizing the annual Product Conclave between October 28- October 30th at Taj Vivanta in Bangalore. We’ve partnered with Nasscom for the event and hence this post.
This is the 10th anniversary of the product conclave and is for the first time a three day event, instead of the usual 2 day program. This year, the event will also include a practitioner’s day ,on 28th, with a series of workshops led and curated entrepreneurs and product owners who are in the trenches.
Here is a brief look at the event
Besides the amazing keynotes and panels, this years sessions will focus on User Experience and Responsive Design, Marketing & Growth Hacking and the mechanics of fund raising.
There are 3 sessions on user experience focused on 3 separate areas of design and for 3 distinct maturity cycles – For the mobile app developer we have extremely successful SourceBits founder, Rohit and his team walk us through making mobile apps for the iOS and Android app store shine.
Intuit has curated a design awesome session which they have successfully rolled out to their internal developers and product managers to help them build design into the product cycle.
Finally, Sunit Singh of Cleartrip and his team will help you figure out how to remove frivolous elements from your product and “unclutter” your application – aimed at advanced users.
The successful Growth Hacking workshop run by Ravi Trivedi makes the NPC debut with a shorter preview followed by Pradeep’s (Digital Vidya) session on using social effectively to get early user traction.
Seby, who runs the largest Web Analytics consulting practice, Nabler, will help you understand the 5 metrics that matter in analytics and how to make analytics more actionable.
Since founding teams have tons of question on the earliest stage of making sure agreements between co founders are kosher and air-tight, Kartik and the legal team at K Law will walk you through their workshop on “the PreNup for your startup”.
The funding track also features Arihant of the Hive, a VC fund aimed at early stage Big Data companies give you real examples and case studies to spark your thinking about the space and follow up with an investor perspective on the space.
Finally selected entrepreneur will have a chance to pitch the Microsoft Accelerator team for a spot in the next batch of the accelerator, starting in January 2014.
Complete agenda here.