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Business 101: Product Management – Tools of the Trade

  • 17 Dec 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Deloitte, 1969 Upper Water Street, Suite 1500, Purdy's Wharf Tower II, Halifax, NS B3J 3R7
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Business 101 Series 

Product Management – Tools of the Trade

Featuring Richard Khan

Inc Magazine recently published an article entitled: “Why Product Management is Everything” by Venture Capitalist Alan Ying. Join us to find out why! This Business 101 session will survey the Product Management Tools of the Trade marketplace. This will include an overview on software demos, and scans of methodologies, de facto standards, training organizations, professional groups, key thought leaders and bloggers. Market leaders will be identified along with promising emerging tools. Typical deliverables and boundaries with other business functions will also be discussed.


Featured Speaker: Richard Khan

Richard Khan has more than 15 years of experience in Product Management. His experience includes enterprise software, web services, and hardware appliances.  

He has worked for international companies such as FastLane/Quest, abridean, SureShot, Welaptega, HealthConnex and ResMed/Umbian.  Vertical market experience includes network management, ehealth, emarketing and oil and gas.

Richard is a Product Advisor for a Product Management web service, and is a Network member of Volta StartUp incubator. He was a speaker at Product Camp Atlantic in Halifax in October 2014.


Date: December 17, 2014

Time: 9:00 am - 10:30 am (Atlantic Time)

Location: Deloitte, 1969 Upper Water Street, Suite 1500 Purdy's Wharf Tower II, Halifax, NS B3J 3R7

*Refreshments will be provided.

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