Join us for the first meetup of 2019 for a night of growth stories and strategies from top performing apps in the city. We’ll kick off the evening with some beer, soft drinks, and appetizers, and then hear lessons and best practices for app growth. We’ll cover everything from organic and paid user acquisition, retention and engagement strategies, and more.
Senior Director, Peloton Digital
Principal GPM - Outlook for iOS
Megha Doshi recently joined Peloton, a global technology company reinventing fitness by bringing the energy and benefits of studio-style workouts to the convenience and comfort of home. At Peloton, Megha is working to help grow the reach and impact of Peloton Digital, an all-access membership to the company's 11,000+ live and on-demand classes across fitness disciplines. Prior to Peloton, Megha worked at Strava, the social network for athletes, and on Nike's Digital Sport team, where she held a variety of roles across strategy, operations, product marketing, local marketing, member engagement, and partnerships.
Kyra Siegel is the Director of Growth at Paperless Post, an online invitations technology company. She recently helped launch a new, mobile-first events product for the company that grew over 30x in 2018. She’s currently responsible for defining Paperless Post's consumer strategy, optimizing the growth model, and cross functional execution. Prior to that, Kyra worked at the management consultant firm Booz & Company advising companies on strategy, culture and organizational change.
Michael Palermiti leads the Product Management team responsible for the vision, strategy and roadmap of Outlook for iOS. His team works closely with all disciplines and several partner teams across the company to design and build a differentiated mobile productivity app that enables users to connect, organize and get things done. During the time that Michael has been leading the Outlook for iOS team, the number of active users has more than doubled while maintaining high app ratings and strong retention. The Outlook mobile product and the team represent a cultural transformation happening at Microsoft in terms of product design and development.