All TPMA events are included with your annual TPMA membership. Non-members are welcome to attend individual events for a $20 fee.

At this time, only cash or cheque is accepted at the event. Receipts will be issued.

A light meal is served at all events.

Upcoming Events

    • 24 Apr 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Brainstation, 460 King St W, Toronto Entrance on Spadina

    This session is generously hosted by Pragmatic Marketing.

    How to get the insight and support you need from the CEO and how to build a relationship with the CEO that you can leverage to influence the organization.

    Steve Gaylor has been developing product management and marketing teams and growing organizations for more than 25 years. He has demonstrated success in strategic-leadership roles, providing solutions to a broad variety of industries, including electronics, consumer products, IT and financial services.

    He has held executive-level positions in companies ranging in size from six to 82,000 employees, including Texas Instruments, Harbinger, Peregrine Systems and Inovis; his most recent role was as vice president of program deployment for PrimeRevenue, a SaaS company.

    Steve says he became a Pragmatic Marketing instructor “to help lots of individuals and companies grow and succeed, rather than focusing on one company and its employees.”

    He is a frequently requested speaker and has spoken on e-commerce topics at numerous user, analyst and industry conferences.

    • 29 May 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Metro Hall - 55 John St, Downtown Toronto

    Design is a specialized skill, and as a PM, it can be intimidating—especially if it’s not your natural inclination. (Plus, there’s usually a design team to deal with that stuff, right?) But that mentality is a missed opportunity; it’s equally important for PMs to keep design top-of-mind when making decisions.

    Having spent most of his career as a Product Manager, Latif strongly believes that design should always be a priority for product managers. In this talk Design Communication in Product Management, Latif shares essential and actionable design principles that can be implemented in any product setting, and breaks down how PMs can put design at the forefront of their product strategy.

    Latif Nanji is the co-founder and CEO of Roadmunk, a product roadmapping platform that enables organizations such as The Coca-Cola Company, Citibank, MasterCard and Adobe to visualize and collaborate on strategic plans.

    Latif’s entrepreneurial chops extend beyond Roadmunk. He co-founded Pragmatic CEO, a Toronto meetup for tech entrepreneurs, and, an online social network for poker players. As an entrepreneur, he has raised over $3 million in venture and angel funding.

    Latif’s background spans all things startup: from leadership and sales to product management and design. In his off-time, Latif is an avid reader, rock climber and skier.



    • 20 Jun 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • TBD
    • 120
    Registration is closed

    Join us for our interactive summer social event. An ever-popular event that is a great opportunity to reconnect with product managers you have met at meetings as well as new contacts. Appetizers and your first drink are on us!

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