ProductCamp St. Louis


ProductCamp St. Louis 2015 was held on March 28, 2015. If you would like to be notified about plans for ProductCamp St. Louis 2016 and other St. Louis Product Management Group events, please join our mailing list and join our LinkedIn Group.

Recap of ProductCamp St. Louis 2015

Blog posts

ProductCamp 2015 – Consumer Insight, Product Launches and Outsourced Manufacturing — a blog post by Dan Diveley.

ProductCamp St. Louis 2015 Recap — a blog post by Nicole Nelson on the UMSL Digital Mindshare blog


You can see Tweets posted with the #pcstl hashtag, though here are some of our favorites:


The ProductCamp St. Louis page on Facebook has several albums of pictures from ProductCamp St. Louis 2015.


This playlist of 23 videos includes interviews with ProductCamp St. Louis organizers, volunteers, session facilitators and attendees. Interviews were hosted by Laura Wiley & recorded by Kevin Harvell of (Video embedded below.)

This video summary is courtesy of Paul Heirendt. (Video embedded below.)

ProductCamp St. Louis is the premiere event for anyone who builds, designs, markets, or manages a product or service. If that describes you, or just sounds interesting, you should register for this free event!

ProductCamp St. Louis 2015 will be our 4th annual event. Last year we had over 400 registrants, and we expect this year’s event to sell out. Register now to claim your spot!

Interested yet? Then you should register for ProductCamp St. Louis (remember, registration is free!)

If you’re still not sure, learn more about ProductCamps — and ProductCamp St. Louis in particular — on the What is ProductCamp? page.

Still not convinced? Here are a few testimonials from prior participants:

“I participated in my first Product Camp in 2013, and found the experience to be well worth my time. Though the benefits were manifold, the opportunity to network with other professionals in the product design field as well as the breadth of quality sessions was a definite win-win. I had the chance to present one session myself which was very personally rewarding, but more importantly, I had the chance to learn from other professionals in the St. Louis area who are also experts in various areas of product design.  I very much look forward to attending again.”
Ashley Eckhoff
Senior Product Manager
Siemens PLM Software
“The excitement, energy and diversity of ideas in these conferences are simply too enticing to pass up. Even the conference format is unique in that it allows the audience to direct program content. This is one conference that I will not miss.”
Dale Furtwengler
Furtwengler & Associates, Inc.
“ProductCamp St. Louis is a great event, and unique for St. Louis. Did you know there are other product managers like you who are reading the blogs out of Silicon Valley and New York for tips on how to be an awesome product manager? There are, and they come to Product Camp St. Louis. Being a legit product manager in The Lou can be a lonely road, but when you come to ProductCamp St. Louis, you realize you never need to be alone again.”
Brendan Sullivan
Solution Manager
Maritz Motivation Solutions