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Thank you to all last year’s sponsors

We’d like to thank all our sponsors (for both the current and prior years) for making ProductCamp Silicon Valley possible for the product management community.

What is ProductCamp Silicon Valley?

The world’s largest grassroots get-together of product managers and product marketers. Now spreading around the world, it is a one-day gathering of product folks to share, present, network, learn, laugh and discuss. SVPMA will again provide organizational leadership, and Santa Clara University will again donate event space. We host hundreds of attendees, and expect this year’s to be no different.

Who attends ProductCamp?

ProductCamp is attended by mid-level and senior product managers, with a modest number of product marketing managers and engineers also in attendance. Most attendees focus on enterprise and B2B-centric products, with a minority of attendees focused on B2C, B2B2C, or B2G markets. Attendees join us each year to learn about new PM strategies, techniques, and tools, engage with their peers, and seek new interesting opportunities. Attendees last year came from a variety of leading Silicon Valley firms, including AutoDesk, eBay, EY, HP, Juniper, LinkedIn, Marketo, McKeeson, MobileIron, PayPal, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Tesla, Twitter, VMWare, WorkDay, and ZScaler.
Whether you’re selling tools or services to product managers, or seeking to recruit new talent, ProductCamp Silicon Valley is an excellent avenue to reach your target audience.

Why should you sponsor this event?

ProductCamp Silicon Valley provides excellent visibility to companies/organizations that target product managers/product marketers. With more than 400 attendees expected this year, and more than 5000 PMs/PMMs on the invitation list from earlier events, you’ll be demonstrating your support for the world’s deepest network of product professionals. Previous ProductCamps have included a tremendous outpouring of interest and goodwill for sponsors. And by keeping this lightly promotional, we avoid participants feeling “hard-sold”.

Employees of sponsors are also invited to participate in the event, and as volunteer organizers, but as members of the community – rather than as representatives of their companies. Content selection will be based strictly on participant voting, with no preference for sponsors. Speakers and panelists will be requested to keep their material “advertising-free” and not to promote specific services/products.