We are almost there!

We are only 1 week away from ProductCamp Berlin 2019 on October 5th and we have been busy organising everything to make this event special!

Did you get your ticket already? We still have a few left, go get yours now!

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Special service for parents: Do you want to bring your child(ren) to the event? We offer child care for children older than 2. Just let us know during registration!

Which company do you work for?

Product professionals from below companies will be attending the event. Great opportunity to extend your network!

Please spread the word!

If you have your ticket already or cannot attend we would really appreciate if you could create some buzz about the event, and spread the word about ProductCamp Berlin 2019! Thanks for your help!

No attendees – only participants

ProductCamp is participant driven. Sure there will be great food, great people, and great presentations – but think about your own contribution.

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Soon it’s time for ProductCamp Berlin 2019 and we’re very excited about it!
Did you get your ticket already? We still have a few left, go get yours now!

Register now

Our Sponsors

ProductCamp would not be possible without our sponsors, because if it wasn’t for them we wouldn’t be able to offer the location, the material we use, coffee, tea, lunch and the party afterward.

A big thank you to all the sponsors who are contributing to another awesome ProductCamp Berlin!

Main sponsor

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Tickets available from Friday, 6th September

Getting closer!

We would like to give you a heads-up that we will open Early Bird ticket sale on Friday, 6th September at 11:00 CEST.
(add a reminder to your calendar: Google, .ics)

The registration is ‘first come, first serve’. We highly recommend that you register for the event shortly after the registration opens to secure your attendance, as the tickets are gone within a few hours usually.

This year’s ProductCamp Berlin will take place on October 5th, 2019 (add to calendar: Google, .ics).

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“I am a Berliner… am I?

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ProductCamp 2019: Date Change

Due to some organisational challenges, we had to change the date for ProductCamp Berlin 2019. The new date is Saturday, October 5th.
Please update the appointment in your agenda:

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Location

ProductCamp Berlin 2019 will be at GLS Campus. It’s a great location, with modern conference rooms, an auditorium and fantastic indoor and outdoor spaces to hang out and network with other Campers.

How can I register?

Registration will open in summer, but in the meantime, spread the word, forward this newsletter to your colleagues.

Contact

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the event!

Get the word out!

Here’s how you can help us promote the event:

We are looking forward to meeting you in October!

Your local planning team
Conny, Dirk, Max, Michael, Sabrina, Sebastian & Heike

ProductCamp 2019: save the date!

 

Good news: this year we will be back with another ProductCamp Berlin on Saturday, September 28th. Please mark and save the date in your agenda:

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As every year, it will be an event that is made possible by sponsors and volunteers, and will run on a Saturday morning through to the early evening, giving you lots of time to meet, greet, learn and discuss. We will likely gather for drinks and some more casual networking after the day, so keep your evening free as well.

What is ProductCamp?

ProductCamp Berlin is:

  • Grassroots organisation – Your participation will make or break the event!
  • Highly engaged & creative exchange increasing each individual’s skills & knowledge.
  • Building and strengthening professional relationships while having a whole lot of fun.
  • Please contact us if you’d like to volunteer!

ProductCamp Berlin isn’t: Read more →

Tips for a successful ProductCamp

BarCamp is an international network of user-generated conferences primarily focused around technology and the web. They are open, participatory workshop-events, the content of which is provided by participants. [BarCamp on Wikipedia]

ProductCamp Berlin follows exactly this “unconference” format: there is no predefined agenda, until you, the participants make the agenda during the first phase of the event.

I want to host a session: what do I need to keep in mind?

1. Types of sessions

With this “unconference” format, there is no predefined structure for the sessions. It can be a short presentation followed by a Q&A and discussion, it can be a moderated chat about a topic, it can be whatever you like it to be. In any case, if you want to host a session, keep reading.

2. Session planning

The morning of the event, all the participants who want to host a session will pitch their topic to all the other participants. Prepare a short pitch for your session, make it interesting and catchy but at the same time make sure the topic is clear to the audience.

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