MLSE Product Lead on Product Testing

Toronto - Mozilla HQ | February 12, 2020 7:00 - 9:00 pm
MLSE Product Lead on Product Testing

    
    
                            
        
        
    
    Pansy Lee

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MLSE (Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership) Director, Product & Design
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MLSE Product Lead on Product Testing

Far too many companies start building without testing their assumptions. After launching their product, they realize that customers weren’t actually interested in buying or using the product. Whether you’re a two-person startup or an 8000-person multinational corporation, lean experiments can help you evaluate your idea, test your riskiest assumptions and build products your customers actually want versus what they say they want. The best part is you can do most of it without coding anything. Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership Director, Product & Design, Pansy Lee, discusses how to learn fast and fail small, so you don’t fail slow and huge.

Event program
  • Unique perspectives from featured VP/C-suite products executives
  • Networking before and after the session
  • Give a shoutout if you’re hiring or looking for a job
  • Yummy dinner and drinks from local favorites - on us, of course!
  • Ticket prices cover the cost of producing this program which supports our mission to enable everyone to build better products
About the Speaker

Pansy Lee

MLSE (Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Partnership) Director, Product & Design
Pansy Lee has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years and her diverse interests have led to a diverse career. She has held marketing, sales, product and design roles at Microsoft, IBM, Deloitte and Intuit. She is currently the Director of Product and Design at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment where she works on bringing the best digital fan experiences to Toronto Maple Leafs, Raptors and TFC fans in and out of the arena. Outside of work she is passionate about diversity and inclusion and did her graduate research work on women in tech and male allies.

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