ProductCamp Toronto – Oct 4, 2009


In just about 3 weeks, we’ll be hosting the 2nd ProductCamp in Toronto. Last year, at the first event, over 100 people came out to participate in a day of very engaging discussions and talks about topics on product development, product management, marketing, innovation and more. Some of the presentations and notes can be found here.

Pre-register today!

There are already about 150 pre-registrations for the this year’s event!

If  you want to attend, click here to add your name to the list.

It’s free to attend, and lunch is included(!),  so come out and spend a day of engaging thought and discussion with others like you.

Suggest a Session (or Vote for your Favourites)

In the spirit of BarCamp, the day’s sessions will be voted on at the start of the ProductCamp on Oct 4. But if you want to suggest a session, or want to present one yourself, you can do so in advance.

Click here to see the sessions and vote on them, or to suggest new ones of your own.

Become a Sponsor!

A number of companies have already agreed to sponsor the event, including:

  • The Ted Rogers School of Management (providing the venue)
  • Pragmatic Marketing
  • SevenL Networks
  • Greenscroll
  • MI6 Agency

Also, our own Alan Armstrong and his jazz band will play live at the end of day reception.

Thank you to all of these organizations. But we’re looking for more sponsors. Sponsorships are used to pay for lunch and t-shirts for all the participants, as well as materials, signage and other expenses that are incurred.

Your organization’s name and logo will be prominently displayed on the ProductCamp website, on the day’s materials, on the t-shirts, and significant mention will be made of the sponsor’s during the day.

If you’d like to become a sponsor and gain visibility with innovators in the Toronto area, contact us:

  • productcamptoronto at gmail dot com

Volunteer

We’re looking for volunteers to help with some of the logistics during the day. If you’re interested in volunteering,  you can indicate that when you register and someone will contact you.

Twitter – #pct2

Finally, look for the #pct2 hash tag on Twitter. We’ll post announcements via Twitter ahead of the Camp and hope to have some live updates on Oct 4.

Looking forward to seeing you there.

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