Thursday, May 19
Time: 9am PT | 12pm ET | 5pm BST
It has been almost one month since product marketers across the globe have been able to get their hands on their lifelong product marketing resource.
If you've gotten your hands on a copy, you'll know what we're talking about. 😉
Join us as we catch up with some very important people from behind the scenes to get an inside look into the makings of Product Marketing MisUnderstood.
Tune in and discover:
📖 What was the motivation behind this book
📖 A PMMs thoughts on product marketing being MisUnderstood
📖 What value you can get out of the book
📖 How your product marketing should evolve through different company stages
"This is a much-needed book for helping product marketing managers know their value and helping them bring the best of that value to the companies they work for. It has superb actionable insight that every PMM can understand and use in their roles day-to-day. I highly recommend it!"
See for yourself why the #1 Amazon bestseller is loved by so many PMMs.
About the speakers
Daniel’s the VP of Marketing at Privy.com - the number one reviewed sales app in the Shopify App Store and one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. Before Privy, Daniel led product marketing at Drift, and demand generation at Onshape. He has been amongst the top 100 Product Marketing Influencers for three consecutive years.
Bryony Pearce is the Alliance’s Chief Marketing Officer. She’s been with the company since day one and has built the content, course, and membership offering from the ground up. Establishing key definitions, frameworks, and standards, Bryony has been a key proponent behind PMA’s mission: elevating the role of product marketing.
The Product Marketing Alliance's very of VP of Product Marketing. With over 25 years in senior product marketing roles for companies such as Virgin, Microsoft, Kaspersky, Avast, and Seiko Epson, Harvey has a track record of helping businesses of all shapes, sizes, and growth-stage find the true value of their product or service. You might recognize him if you've taken Product Marketing Core: Live