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How to build your User Community? - Talk by N. Myoshu from Stroly

Wed, 21 Nov 2018 19:00 - 21:00

T7.5

都府京都市下京区金換町109-1 2F

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How to engage your community to continuously improve your service? What features do your users want, and why should you develop them? How to drive product development by analysing users behaviour?

In this talk, Nao is going to share his experience connecting with Stroly's community of map makers, and how he is working on improving user experience on both sides of Stroly's service.

About Nao

A former member of 500 Startups Kobe operating team, Nao recently joined Stroly as communication designer to manage their growing community of map makers.

About Stroly

Launched in 2016 by Machi and Toru Takahashi, Stroly is an online platform for maps linked with location information. Anyone can upload and add their own maps, or and find maps created by others near their current location. Though the headquarter is based in Kyoto, Stroly's team of 20 people is located all around the world and definitely multicultural.

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Agenda

• 6:45 pm - Doors open

• 7:00 pm - Talk and Q&A by Jun

• 8:00 pm - Networking session


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