Indian Product Management Association announces its launch

Finally there is something exclusively for the Indian product management community :-). PMs in India would be glad to know that IPMA (India Product Management Association) has now formally announced its launch. This association will be inaugurated on Sun Nov 28th 2010 in Bangalore by  Ramkumar Narayanan, Vice President of Product Management, Marketing and User Experience at Yahoo. Ram will also be the first speaker of IPMA’s monthly speaker series and in this event he would be expressing his thoughts on – “How to build killer products for global markets from India.”

More details on the speaker session: There are growing number of software (consumer, enterprise, mobile) products that are made in India and marketed globally, including emerging markets. Mr. Narayanan will talk about what is different about building products in India and how to come up with successful Go-To-Market strategies for emerging and mature markets. More interestingly, Mr. Narayanan will also share some of the insights and best practices behind creating killer products that wow the customers.

About IPMA: India Product Management Association (IPMA) is a not for profit, grassroots organization. IPMA’s mission is to Foster product design and innovation and Catalyze product management talent in India. IPMA organizes monthly speaker series, workshops and more for professionals interested in product management and marketing. For more information about upcoming events, visit indiapma.org

In case you’re interested to attend this launch event, you can register  for it here.

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