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Carrie Zhang
Product Lead at Square November 17
Yes, PMM role varies a lot by industry and company. So you have to ask yourself what you want to do and what ultimately interest you. When you choose what companies, PMM groups to join, you need to ev
Hila Segal
VP Product & Customer Marketing at Observe.AI | Formerly Clari, Vendavo, AmdocsJanuary 28
Switching companies as part of your PMM journey is a good thing (if you're not jumping around too much). It will give you a broader perspective on different GTM channels, business models, org structur
Leandro Margulis
Head of Product at Prove September 8
This question reminds me of Reid Hoffman's book "The Startup of You". If you think of yourself as a startup, think about which skills you have and are good at, what others you want to learn, and see h
Aneri Shah
Head of Product Marketing at Ethos Life | Formerly Meta, MicrosoftFebruary 18
PMM role definitions and skills do vary significantly across companies (and even teams within the same company!) but I see this as an opportunity.  The main skills are still foundational across all ro
Mike Polner
Head of Marketing at Discord | Formerly Uber, Fivestars, Electronic ArtsDecember 13
In my career path I've looked for a few things and created a few career principles... 1. Finding growth industries that will be more important in the next 3 - 5 years given where I see trends moving..
Indy Sen
Hypergrowth Leader and Advisor at | Formerly Google, Salesforce, Box, Mulesoft, WeWork, MatterportJuly 24
No doubt your product, its value props and your audience will change from company to company.  What doesn't change however is your job to be done as a product marketer, and the role you get to play.
Mike Flouton
VP, Product at Barracuda Networks November 17
I guess I've never really thought of this as a problem. If you follow your passions and continuously take opportunities in great organizations, you will automatically create a career path that sets yo