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Build Launch Scale

By Product Collective

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Description

Build Launch Scale is the podcast for people who use technology to bring world-class products to life. In each episode, we dive into a specific topic or issue relevant to product managers, product developers and product-driven entrepreneurs and dissect it with some of the top product management practitioners, coaches, and leaders today. The result? Preparing product people to build, launch, and scale better products. Build Launch Scale is a production of Product Collective -- the company behind INDUSTRY: The Product Conference, where hundreds of product people from all over the world gather each Fall.

Customer Reviews

Great start to a new podcast

Just checked out my first episode and I will be back for more. The production is excellent and the interviews are great. The fact that the questions come from audience participation is an added plus. Looking forward to more podcasts!

Product development insights

As a product developer, I find helpful advice and insight from each podcast and look forward to the next.

Not just another startup podcast

So many startup podcasts focus on the what. This focuses on the how, when, and thought process. Well done!

-Claire Coder, founder Aunt Flow

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  • Free
  • Category: Business
  • Language: English

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