18 Apr How Amazon Music & Facebook create delightful, useful products
Have you ever wanted to learn how product management worked at tech titans like Amazon and Facebook? This September, you’ll find out.
As the Director of Product Management for Amazon Music, Kintan Brahmbhatt will be discussing Amazon’s customer obsession and its role in shaping useful, yet delightful products — like the natural language listening experience of Amazon Music when listening with Alexa and the Echo, which Kintan and the Amazon Music team developed.
And with experience managing products at Facebook and drawing on her past at Rent the Runway and elsewhere, Alison Go will share how she’s learned that “Data Driven” can mean different things at different places… and even offer up actionable advice on what product people can do to set up metrics for success.
Join Kintan, Alison, and more than a dozen other product leaders as well as hundreds of attendees this fall at INDUSTRY 2017.
Director of Product Management & Engineering Program Management, Amazon Music | San Francisco, CA
Kintan Brahmbhatt is the Director of Product Management and Engineering Program Management for Amazon Music. After joining Amazon in 2009, Kintan drove product vision and execution for IMDb Everywhere, the IMDb Movies & TV App for mobile devices, before joining the Amazon Music team in early 2013. In his current role, Kintan helped launch Prime Music in June 2014, which is now one of the most popular streaming services in the world. Recently, Kintan was a key driver of the launch Amazon’s premium music streaming service, Amazon Music Unlimited, focusing on the Amazon Music customer experience with Alexa and Amazon Echo, creating innovative, new voice controls for the most natural listening experience available.
Product, Facebook | New York, NY
Over the last decade, Alison has built a portfolio of bleeding-edge technology across multiple industries, using data and customer obsession as her guiding star. At Facebook, she is developing the world’s largest platform for local businesses to engage with their customers. Previously, she ran product development for Rent the Runway’s Unlimited subscription business, and at Amazon, she built a pioneering integration between Audible and Kindle that the Wall Street Journal heralded as the new killer app for books.