Thank You for Coming Together to Further our Craft at #mtpcon London 2019
On October 17-18, 2019 passionate product people from over 53 countries around the world gathered in London for two days of learning, sharing, and furthering our craft.
Thank you for joining us and making it another amazing conference! It started with a day of workshops and product leadership discussions before the main event – a day of 10 incredible keynotes from Henrik Kniberg, Andy Ayim, C Todd Lombardo, Kriti Sharma, Kate O’Neill, Jonny Schneider, Kate Leto, Lindsey Jayne, Ezinne Udezue, and Brendan Dawes.
A massive thank you to the amazing Mind the Product team for making it another incredible conference – from our crew, volunteers and production and venue staff to our sponsors. Above all though, thanks to our awesome speakers for getting the conversation started and to our passionate audience for keeping it going late into the night!
With 560 attendees in our deep-dive workshops and leadership forum, 1,775 attendees in the hall for the conference itself, and over 20 million impressions on twitter, #mtpcon London trumped our own San Francisco conference to take back the crown as the biggest product conference in the world. Thanks to all that engagement and passion we also think it’s the best – check out our recap video above, or the write-ups and audience reactions below and you’ll see that we’re not the only ones that think so!
See you next year in Manchester, Singapore, Hamburg, San Francisco, and London!
What we Learned at #mtpcon London 2019 by James Gadsby Peet
Practical Insights and Guidance at #mtpcon London Workshops by Imogen Johnson
Insights from the Product Leadership Forum Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 by James Gadsby-Peet
Mind the Product London 2019 Live Blog by Andrea Saez
Photos & Sketchnotes
Product Research Rules! by C Todd Lombardo
How Design Thinking, Lean, and Agile Work Together by Jonny Schneider
— Adam Wintle (@AdamWintle) October 19, 2019
Thank you #mtpcon for another great conference. I especially enjoyed @kleto and her thoughts on Product EQ and also @kateo idea about replacing the words user, customer, learner with the word ‘human.’
— Lorna Tyrtania (@LornaTyrtania) October 19, 2019
— Helen Saunders (@musingsofh) October 19, 2019
Amazing day! Great talks. Mostly it’s about the awesome people and conversations I’ve had. Honoured to be part of such a vibrant Product Management community. Thank to @James_Mayes and @bfgmartin @randy_silver @fayebenfield @EliDaSilva1 @simplybastow see you soon! #mtpcon
— Fabrice Khullar (@fkhullar) October 19, 2019
— Marta Rolak (@martarolak) October 18, 2019
#mtpcon was amazing! I’ve learnt so much today and I’m itching to use what I’ve learnt in my work. Such a diverse set of speakers too! Well done @MindtheProduct and thank you for the ticket @annkempster pic.twitter.com/aAJz1LKGp0
— Oluwatobi Ogunsina (@tobiogunsina) October 18, 2019
— Alison Coward (@alisoncoward) October 18, 2019
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