JAM is where makers come together to celebrate their craft, share real-world advice, and help each other grow.
This year, JAM Barcelona turns two. The quirky sister of our flagship London event looks brighter than ever. To a program already packed with stories, we're adding more intimate sessions to help you learn from your peers. Get ready to spend your last days of summer in the best of company, with plenty of great ideas, tools and memories to bring back to the office.
We hope you'll join us,
The friendlier alternative to a regular conference. Last year, 300 makers from 12+ countries, including teams from Monzo, Facebook, Pivotal Labs, Spotify and more joined us for the first edition. Here are some of the highlights.
On the first day, hear practical talks, candid conversations and actionable advice on how to build great products. From makers, leaders and doers like you.
The day after the conference, pick a specialised track to reflect and connect the dots on a topic of your choice. There will be more intimate sessions for maximum learning!
And over the weekend, discover the city's hidden gems with your new product friends. Our program of side events will help you mingle and make great memories.
In the wake of the great AI awakening, failing to adapt your product can mean falling behind. But beyond the hype, what does AI really mean for us product people? What's possible today? What skills and frameworks are being used? Let's explore the possibilities -and potential pitfalls- of designing AI-powered products and experiences. Discover how these products are being built today, and learn how we can adapt our skill sets for the decades ahead.
As the world is changing faster than ever – socially and technologically, our role as makers is also evolving. We have the power (and responsibility) to design better products that solve ever-bigger problems. How do we go about doing this? This year, we’ll learn from the makers who ambitiously focus on social impact with the products they build. We’ll also explore the tools and approaches we can use to shape the future we want to live in.
We're staying true to our guiding principle of sharing the stories behind great products. With a series of Show & Tell talks, we'll hear insider stories behind new products in the making. Makers will share their behind-the-scenes processes, tools of the trade and lessons learned.
Anne-Laure Le Cunff is the founder of Ness Labs, a product and research studio with a focus on mindful productivity, helping hundreds of thousands of makers achieve more without sacrificing their mental health.
She is also an MSc of Applied Neuroscience candidate at King’s College London.
As an ex-Googler, entrepreneur, self-taught coder, and neuroscience student, her work focuses on offering tools, content, and coaching helping people be happier and healthier.
Anne-Laure runs Maker Mind, a weekly newsletter at the intersection of neuroscience and entrepreneurship, with more than 7,000 subscribers. Her work has been featured in WIRED, Forbes, Rolling Stone, and more.
Michal Bloch Ron is a Senior product leader at Cortana by Microsoft, offering intelligent experiences to M365 users. Leading the strategy and execution of building AI-powered productivity services for the modern workplace.
Previously she led the product at Microsoft Accelerator across 7 global programs for later stage startups. Before joining Microsoft, Michal served as an analyst at a Giza venture capital fund, working closely with top tier Israeli startups and entrepreneurs.
Alex has been building and growing products for 15 years. After co-founding and growing three startups, he moved on to a consulting role where he designed and optimized the referral loops for more than twenty well established e-commerces contributing up to 75% revenue growth.
Over the last 5 years, he’s led mobile growth for Mozilla Firefox and then product managed Firefox’s Accounts, Sync and Cloud Services teams. During this period, he played a core role in implementing an experimentation and data culture across both marketing and product organizations at Mozilla.
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We're still planning out the details, but here's a rough schedule. The exact order of sessions will be announced 8 weeks before the start of the event.
A sixteenth-century Gothic building with an intensely rich history, the Convent dels Àngels belongs to Barcelona's heritage. It's counted among the most beautiful examples of Gothic architecture in the city.Get directions
Last year, we sold out six weeks ahead of the conference, so book as soon as possible to guarantee your spot.
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