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TableCrowd’s dinner with ex Product Manager at Fling: on fast growth, managing a team of 50 & recovery from App Store suspension

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18:45-22:30 Wed 26 Apr, 2017 Aubaine, 31 Dover Street, London, W1S 4ND Add this: Google Calendar or Other calendar
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Enjoy dinner drinks and a chance to meet Bilal Khan, an experienced Product Manager, Technical Manager and Co-Founder.

He was the ex Product Manager at now failed social networking app Fling. Fling had massive initial success, but had to reinvent itself, after being temporarily suspended from the App Store.

The dinner conversation will be…

✓ The best ways to approach a mobile app redesign.
✓ Managing developers on a multifaceted product development project.
✓ When the worst happens – how to get your app back on the App Store.
✓ Lessons learnt from his experience at Fling.

Expect a personal account of the story of Fling, with specific focus on the 19 days that the development team spent working redesigning the app.

 

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