As product managers, we might try to make our products sticky, addictive, we might even seek disruption. How much do we consider though the impact all these have on people? How do we react to whatever people do with our product in the world?

The interviewee:

Sophia Benhaddou Co-Founder, Excelway

Excelway is building a product to help teams thinking and solving problems together. Especially problems that need a lot of brainpower out, need structure, prioritize all the thoughts flowing from everyone's hand. We made a tool that can be seen as a whiteboard tool for a product session or a problem-solving session. It is a tool that comes handy in managing the flow of input. Sophia doesn't come from the tech industry and that makes it even more interesting. She studied political science and specializes in the power of cultural and irrational factors on major political decisions.

The interviewer: Aggelos Mouzakitis is the founder of Growth Sandwich. He created Growth Sandwich, back in 2017 with a sole vision: to help promising early-stage teams get their products to market in a solid manner. He has worked or trained more than 500 marketers and founders on how to get to the market with the right mix of tactics and a product that drives engagement and happiness.

About Growth Sandwich: Growth Sandwich is the first European Product-led Go-to-Market Strategy agency. We specialize in helping SaaS products and businesses that operate in the subscription economy. Our approach is 100% customer-centric and we help post-Product/Market fit companies establish a repeatable selling motion and recurring revenues.

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