ProductCamp Berlin 2014 is a not-for-profit event which is made possible thanks to the following sponsors.
Thank you for your support!
If YOU are interested in sponsoring, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Main Sponsor: agile42
agile42, founded in Berlin in 2007, provides world-class expertise, training and coaching on Lean-Agile development methods including Scrum, Kanban, Systems thinking and Lean and Agile Leadership. They have a proven approach for managing the adoption of Lean-Agile methods and transforming organizations to achieve better business outcomes.
Their customers confirm their ability to deliver measurable results:
- Faster time-to-market and responsiveness
- Accelerated ROI (Return on Investment)
- Higher customer satisfaction
- More engaged and motivated employees
Co-T-Shirt Sponsor: idealo internet GmbH
idealo internet GmbH, a subsidiary of Axel Springer AG, is Germany’s largest online price comparison service. Since 2001, idealo’s mission is to help users make the best possible buying choices. Based in the very heart of Berlin with over 500 employees and several international teams, we are active throughout Europe and steadily growing. We employ agile development methods within our IT department to fulfill all strategic business needs of our product. Product Owners are part of Scrum teams and work closely with project stakeholders. If you are interested in learning more about idealo and our great corporate culture, visit jobs.idealo.de (in German).
Co-T-Shirt Sponsor: Product Owner Dojo
The goal of the Product Owner Dojo is to initiate a culture of agile minded people on the business side of product discovery, design and development. Our mission is to create the ‘place of the way’ (Dojo) for product people to exercise and improve their skills towards becoming a master PO.
The #PoDojo’s are 3-day intensive workshops, where you can find out what it takes to lead a team with purpose and vision towards developing great products, explore customer needs and plan product launches, sustainably, flexibly and fast – all while having fun and increasing your connections in the #PoDojo Sensei network.
Catering Sponsor: ImmobilienScout24
ImmobilienScout24 is Germany’s largest Internet real estate marketplace, offering extensive services for every aspect of housing and relocation. At www.ImmobilienScout24.de, the portal brings together vendors and property seekers. For every conceivable aspect of real estate, ImmobilienScout24 allows property seekers to make quicker and sounder decisions, and provides sellers a more economical and comfortable platform with which to market their property.
Note Pad Sponsor: Leanovate
Our expertise at leanovate are agile methods like Scrum, Kanban or Lean Canvas. In addition to supporting the change process towards agile and lean thinking, we provide training, coaching and craftsmanship in the areas of methodology, innovation, product- and change management as well as in software-engineering. To speed up your business you can even hire whole custom-tailored agile teams from us – experienced Product Owners, Scrum Master, excellent developers and software engineers.
Bag Sponsor: Fyber
Fyber (formerly SponsorPay) is a leading advertising technology company that empowers app developers to execute smart ad monetization strategies across all connected devices through a unified mobile supply side platform. Serving over 100 million unique users per month, Fyber works with thousands of the world’s leading developers, publishers and advertisers. For more information, visit http://www.fyber.
Espresso Sponsor: Nokia HERE
HERE, a Nokia business, offers the world’s freshest maps and location experiences across multiple
screens and operating systems. HERE is focusing on three different business:
- Everyday Mobility, which makes navigating, seeing and exploring the world a personal experience with HERE Maps, HERE Drive and HERE Transit;
- Connected Driving, which focuses exclusively on drivers’ needs with a new generation of seamless location experiences and products to solve the issues facing drivers from the moment they decide to travel to the last mile; and
- Enterprise, meeting the unique and mission-critical needs of large and smaller organizations who are seeking to enhance their analytics, planning and decisions by using the freshest, most comprehensive and highest quality modern map of the world.
Built on more than 25 years of experience in cartography and drawing on more than 80,000 sources of data, HERE offers true offline “Maps for Life” for every country of the world, including more than 43 million kilometers of roads, voice guided navigation for 95 countries in more than 50 languages, live traffic information for 34 countries and public transport information in more than 700 cities in 50 countries. To learn more about HERE, visit http://blog.here.com and http://here.com/abouthere/careers/?lang=en-US
Camp Sponsor: überproduct
At überproduct we are convinced that every company can be successfully innovative. We believe that innovation is the result of craftsmanship and hard work not of magic and luck. We understand this craft and help deliver innovation reliably, even in a fixed timing and with a fixed budget, so that innovation becomes predictable for all companies.
überproduct validates and develops ideas – from prototype to finished product, provides interim CPOs or entire product teams, coaches innovation methods and processes, and delivers support for product and innovation management.
Camp Sponsor: DaWanda
DaWanda was founded in 2006 by Claudia Helming and Michael Pütz and is the online marketplace for unique and handmade items. Designers and creatives offer their one of a kind and limited-edition products for sale at www.dawanda.com. Going against the grain off mass-production, DaWanda is a haven for those who value individuality and responsible consumption as much as they like the latest looks. On the website you can find unique fashion, accessories, art and home decor. DaWanda is a social commerce platform, where consumers can exchange creative ideas and find inspiration from one another. Many products are created to the individual specifications of the buyer. For designers, the platform offers a springboard from which to develop their creative talents and build their own successful business.
Today there are 170 DaWanda employees from 19 different nationalities. The website is available in German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Polish. Each country version is adapted to the needs of its regional customers, and is taken care of by native speakers. Find jobs at DaWanda here: http://jobs.dawanda.com
Call for Sponsors
ProductCamp Berlin would not be possible without our wonderful sponsors.
We currently have a limited number of sponsorship slots available at different levels which tend to fill up quickly.
Why should my company become a sponsor? How does sponsoring work exactly? – Read about the benefits for your organisation and the exposure to a very motivated group of Product Management professionals.