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From Microsoft to Typeform: A Conversation with Oji Udezue

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From Microsoft to Typeform: A Conversation with Oji Udezue
From Microsoft to Typeform: A Conversation with Oji Udezue

Time & Location

29 Feb 2024, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm AEDT

Hawthorn, 481 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122, Australia

About the event

he Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship (AGSE) invites you to kickstart the year on a powerful note! Join us for an inspiring evening with Oji Udezue, an esteemed AI product expert and most recently the Chief Product Officer at Typeform.

We'll delve into the dynamic career journey of Oji, exploring his pivotal roles at Microsoft, Twitter, Calendly, and Atlassian. Oji is an innovation-driven and versatile business leader, boasting a proven track record in successfully developing and launching products to market. Residing in the United States, he is also a startup mentor, entrepreneur, and investor, contributing to the growth and success of numerous ventures.

In addition to this Oji is also a board member of home-grown start-up, Quitch founded by Dr Grainne Oates, Associate Professor at Swinburne.

What to Expect:

  • 🚀 Product Innovation Mastery: Gain insights into Oji's success in building and launching cutting-edge products.
  • 🌐 Navigating Tech Giants: Learn how Oji has cultivated high-performance teams and thrived in the dynamic landscapes of tech giants.
  • 👥 Leadership Principles: Whether you're a product enthusiast, business strategist, or aspiring leader, this conversation offers actionable insights into product management, marketing, and general management.

Acknowledgement & Understanding

By registering to this event, you acknowledge and give consent that your email address will be added to the AGSE database. In addition, you acknowledge and consent that photos will be taken on the day and your image may be used in future promotion of AGSE events. If you do not consent, please let the photographer and event organiser know.

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