Using AI for Product Marketing, Development and Creation
JJLake Business Center
Learn how Product Managers can use AI in product marketing, development and creation. AI can enhance human capabilities and give product managers key tools to drive success.
How can you get started to use AI in your product management?
Consumer product innovation is highly competitive but new AI services can boost your results. Companies are under mounting pressure to continuously innovate and introduce new products and services ever faster.
This program designed for anyone developing or selling tech products and platforms for consumer markets.
Join our in depth Go-To-Market experts on how to get your product to market and reach customers.
· Develop a strategy to use AI to boost market intelligence
· Use data and analytics to frame issues, seek solutions and measure progress for product development and product marketing.
Learn how to innovate fast to reach customers for consumer products sales to drive revenue growth
Develop a strategy to use AI to boost sales and marketing
5:30-6:30 Free food and drinks with SUSHI
6:30-7:45 Panel and presentations
·Murray Newlands: Author, Entrepreneur
·Gary Binstock, Director of Technology - Tech Scouting: Strategic Innovation & Alliances, Colgate-Palmolive
·Himanshu Kumar Ojha - SUZUKI, Manager, Technology Research Division
·Andy Pandharikar Commerce.AI, Founder/CEO
(Clients include Walmart, Coca-Cola, Rakuten, USPS, Chanel, Midea, Netgear, Cisco )
WHO SHOULD ATTTEND:
Designers (UI, UX, Communication)
Engineers and developers
Service providers and consultants
Produced in partnership with :
Commerce.AI utilizes AI and Deep Product Learning ® technology to automate product-related decision making and workflows for companies including Walmart, Coca-Cola, Rakuten, USPS, Chanel, Midea, Netgear, Cisco and more. Commerce.AI automates product decisions and workflows for brands and retailers using AI which can read, see, hear and understand consumer feedback at scale. Commerce.AI was founded by Stanford and MIT alumni team whose previous startup was acquired by Flipkart group, which was then acquired by Walmart for $16B.