The 2020 Product Awards have come and gone, but the spirit of them lives on!
The Product Awards are a time for us to give back. Subsequently, we selected three charities that represent some of the products that count the most: water, food, and shelter. We build products every day to solve customer problems. However, these charities are focusing on things that are life and death matters. And they provide some much-needed humanity to underserved communities. Products That Count made a donation to each at the Product Awards. The response was so great, that we’re extending the fundraising. We’ll match any donation, dollar-for-dollar, made through the end of the week.
Here are the 2020 Product Awards Featured Charities:
charity: water is a non-profit organization with a mission to bring clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries.
Project Open Hand is doing great work right in Products That Count’s backyard. They’re providing nutritious meals, that are made with love, to the sick and vulnerable communities in San Francisco and Oakland.
Miracle Messages is an incredible organization that assists people experiencing homelessness to reconnect with their loved ones.
Help make a difference!
Help support our featured charities at the 2020 Product Awards. Click the links and make a difference with some of the products that count the most!
About the speaker
SC Moatti is a technology visionary, entrepreneur and investor. She is the founding partner of Mighty Capital, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, and Products That Count, one of the largest communities of product managers, leaders and founders in the world. Previously, she built products that billions of people use at Facebook, Nokia and Electronic Arts. She also serves on boards of both public and private companies, including mobile technology giant Opera Software (OPERA:Oslo). An award-winning bestselling author, Moatti frequently gives keynotes on business and technology, and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, the Harvard Business Review, and on NPR. She lectures at Stanford Graduate School of Business, where she earned her MBA and has a Master of Science in electrical engineering. Andrew Chen, one of Uber's top executives, called SC “a genius at making mobile products people love.” For more information, visit scmoatti.com.