It is important to us that MTP Engage is more than an opportunity for you to hear a mix of interesting talks: We want to make it easy for you to meet new product people and learn from their experiences. There will be plenty of time to do so in the breaks of the conference, but there’s more:
The day before MTP Engage you can chose to book one of our optional all-day workshops on topics such as Product Management Essentials (Kate Leto), Lean Product Innovation (Stefan Haas & Jens-Otto Lange), Auftragsklärung – a framework for alignment (Christian Becker & Marc Kadish) or Impactful Product Thinking (Wolfgang Wopperer-Beholz & Michael Schieben).
Get your workshop tickets fast! – the Product Discovery workshop by Nikkel Blase & Jan Milz is already booked out.
Blind Date Dinners
You are welcome to sign up for a curated blind date on the evening before the event, April 27th: We will put together groups of 8-10 product people who probably do not know each other yet and send you to a nice restaurant in Hamburg where we have booked a table for you. The rest is up to: You eat & drink what you like and pay for it yourself. You stay as long as you like and ideally already make some new contacts that you can catch up with during the conference.
We’ve experienced this format at the amazing The Conference in Malmö/Sweden where we met many great people during such dinners.
You can sign up during registration or send us an email in case you have missed to do so when you bought your ticket.
People who already have signed up will be asked for food and language preferences soon. And we’ll inform you on April 26th where your dinner will take place.
After Conference Party
Once the conference is over we want to end the day on MS Stubnitz, the legendary GDR-fish-trawler-turned-cultural-venue just off Hamburg’s Hafencity area. There will be free drinks and food and you can chat on deck, party in the ship’s belly – or both.
Sightseeing in Hamburg
We think Hamburg is a lovely city to visit. But sometimes it´s hard to experience “the real Hamburg” if you are just a tourist. We want you to feel more like a local so we’ve put together a Google Map with many tips for you stay.