See below for info on events throughout the year and general info about ProductCamp.
ProductCamp Boston – Spring 2017
Planning is underway for the spring 2017 ProductCamp Boston. Can you believe it – we actually outgrew our old location at Microsoft NERD Center Cambridge (many thanks to Microsoft)!
Would you like to host ProductCamp Boston? We are currently looking for a company or venue that is interested in hosting this high profile, amazing event for around 650 to 750 product managers, product marketers and entrepreneurs at little or no cost (we pay for food but to keep costs low, we’re trying to avoid room rental fees). If your company can host us, or if you know of a venue that is interested, please email us ASAP.
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ProductCamp Throughout the Year
People often ask if ProductCamp runs activities through the year. While ProductCamp Boston is a once-a-year event, we are affiliated with the Boston Product Management Association (BPMA), Boston Women in Product, and Agile Product Open, which run events each month through the year, many on the very same topics as ProductCamp. Most events cost between $10 and $25 and some are free. So if you’d like to continue learning and networking through the year, check out these groups today!
Be sure to check out our sponsors, each of whom offer tools, training, or recruiting for product managers and product marketers. Some offer regular training in Boston.
Boston is an amazing place to be a product manager or product marketer. To learn more about other product management and product marketing resources, check out “Reason #6 on this blog post as well.
ProductCamp Boston is now the largest ProductCamp in the world. It’s the only full-day unconference for product managers, product marketers, digital marketers, UX and startup professionals in the Boston area. ProductCamp Boston is the premier event for product professionals to find out the latest developments, discover new ideas, and network with their peers.
An unconference is organized by attendees for attendees. At ProductCamp Boston, this means you’ll see presentations from well-known product pros and attend sessions led by your peers.