Looking for an engaging speaker, with a different approach, for your audience?
Justin Jackson has been speaking professionally since 2001. He’s spoken at conferences in front of thousands of people, fundraisers, weekend workshops, and small tech meet-ups. His audiences have included Fortune 100 CEOs and political leaders, but he prefers speaking to entrepreneurs, product people, developers and designers in technology.
Talk topics include:
- Amplifying online content to bigger audiences
- Creating and launching digital products
- Building an audience online through blogs, podcasts, and social media
- Product Management, team leadership, and development processes at software companies
- The challenges of building SaaS software, information products and community sites
- 2016 SumoCon by AppSumo, Austin, Texas
- 2016 WordCamp Okanagan, Vernon
- 2016 Marketing and Developers Night, Kelowna
- 2015 MicroConf, Barcelona, Spain
- 2015 MicroConf, Las Vegas
- 2014 Design Jam (Mentor)
- 2014 Static App Challenge (Judge)
- New Media Expo, 2014 (Podcasting panel)
- 2013 Kamloops Startup Weekend (Judge)
- 2013 Self Publishing Hangout (Host and panelist)
- 2013 Rails Rumble (Judge)
- Okanagan Developers Group (“Why you should build your own digital products”)
Video & Audio:
- MicroConf, Las Vegas
- Huffington Post Live TV segment: I was on a panel discussing remote work
- Self-publishing hangout: Four eBook Authors Share Their Self-Publishing Tips & Strategies Live
- Why you should build your own digital products (OKDG)
Justin Jackson is the former Product Manager at Sprint.ly, and has consulted on marketing & growth for startups in London, San Francisco, Boulder, and Portland.
In 2015 he decided he wanted to make his own stuff. He published his first book, Marketing for Developers. Currently, he is working on his first SaaS called Network Effects.
Justin hosts the MegaMaker podcast, and has two past shows: Build & Launch and Product People.
When he’s not working, he’s chasing his 4 kids and spending time with his beautiful wife. He blogs at justinjackson.ca and tweets at @mijustin