Saturday, October 24, 2015 at EventPlex in Anaheim - Register Now!
ProductCamp SoCal is a free, user-driven, collaborative “unconference” for product managers and marketers in Southern California. A one-day gathering of product and marketing professionals, to share, present, network, learn, explore and discuss.
What's Great About ProductCamp?
Put simply, ProductCamp is a bunch of smart, passionate people coming together to learn from, share with, and connect with professionals involved in product management, marketing and development throughout Southern California, and visitors from around the world. At ProductCamp everyone participates: by presenting, engaging in discussions or volunteering to help with logistics.
Everyone interested in improving their ability to conceive, build, manage, and market brands or products is welcome. Everyone brings different experiences and leveraging that collective knowledge is what makes ProductCamp special - and something you can't get from any other gathering.
ProductCamp SoCal is created by:
What Others Say About ProductCamp SoCal
"Thank you to all the creative, generous, and hard-working souls and sponsoring organizations who gave time, talent, materials, refreshments, and facilities to enable us attendees to enjoy such a fun and fulfilling day. I gathered great ideas for next steps in my skills and career development that I wouldn't have gotten elsewhere. And I loved the price!"
"I found the Orange County folks extremely friendly and welcoming. Even though I was only there for one day, the community was so welcoming, that I still get warm feelings thinking of the people I met... I felt very at home, made some great connections, and would love to see everyone again next year. And after all, who can say no to that California sunshine?"
"About a year and a half ago, I was fired and ended up being unemployed. I decided I needed to go to a meeting of your group. It turned out that this was the week of ProductCamp. I went, and I loved it. A light bulb went on in my head and I saw that I should be participating in the product management community to not only find a job, but to grow in my skills."