ProductCamp Boston is Coming

– By Steve Robins

THE event for product managers, product marketers, and entrepreneurs!

ProductCamp Boston is coming to The Microsoft New England Research and Development Center again on Saturday, April 2 from 8 an to 4 pm.

Innovation. This year’s theme is innovation and ProductCamp has several great keynote and session speakers already lined up (more on that in a future post!)

Marketing. This event has been so great that I volunteered to lead the hard-working marketing team which includes Gisela BauerleDeanna BriggsGail FerreiraJason Miceli (president of PCamp Boston), Chetan Nataraja, Sandy RogersJeffrey Vocell, William Toll and Steve Wells.

Great to lead sessions. I’ve attended and have spoken at each of the previous ProductCamps Boston.  It’s been a great experience leading sessions on building a winning solution marketing strategy, solution marketing best practices, intro to solution marketing, and 2 sessions on social media & YOU.  I’m working on this year’s presentations: looks like they’ll be on evaluating your solution marketing strategy (with a very fun case study) and an entrepreneur’s roundtable.  I’m psyched to be back!

It’s a great group. PCamp attendees are a great group of people with many common – and unique – experiences to share across the product management, product marketing and big company and startup spectrum.  Folks are engaging and warm – ready to jump in and help each other too.

Register today! Building on the success of the previous events, this one looks to be another great event.  Excitement is building and I hope you’ll join me there!  You can register at and learn more at  Reserve your seat (and lunch) by registering today!

I’ll see you on April 2!



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