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DigitalXChange Product Series

3rd December 2019 · 6:30pm - 9:30pm

In person | Virtual event

 DigitalXChange Product Series

DigitalXChange is coming back to London with two great new speakers. Jann Kirchhoff is joing us from BMW Motorrad in Munich to talk “About petrolheads and mobile apps: A journey into digital” while Alexander Hipp from N26 in Barcelona will tell us “How we set up our team for Continuous Product Discovery at N26: Finding the sweet spot between user needs, business objectives and technical feasibility is challenging”.



Jann is the Product Success Manager for digital products and services at BMW Motorrad. He loves to build bridges between users dreams, cutting edge technologies and corporate strategy. In the past he has worked as product owner and product manager in the automotive and mobility industry.

Alex is a Product Manager at N26. When it comes to building products, he’s passionate about getting the problem definition right rather than instantly jumping to solutions. Alongside his work at N26, he is interested in learning about data science, design and building data-enhanced products for mobile, web and voice that solve real user problems.



To become a better PM or/and to get inspired. This is a great way to be up to date and learn best practices by meeting fantastic product leaders from different industries.

Not all who wander are lost: there will also be a job board with (product) career opportunities at companies around Europe. (If you’re looking to hire, we could promote the job opening just drop us an email at

As always we will have plenty of drinks, food and takeaways and there will be a contest to have the chance to win a JBL Bluetooth Speaker!



18:30: Open doors

19:00: Welcome and Introduction

19:10: Alexander Hipp (Product Manager at N26) + QA

19:45: Jann Kirchhoff (Product Manager at BMW Motorrad) + QA

20:15: Contest, Pizza, Drinks + Networking … till open end

This event is in the Main Hall on the ground floor. For accessibility info:

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