Nigel is currently a Global Product Manager at Xendit, a Y Combinator payment services provider that’s transforming how payments are made in Indonesia. As PM of the credit and debit cards acceptance channel, he regularly collaborates with banks, card schemes (Visa and MasterCard), and other key payments partners to expand and improve Xendit's product offering in Southeast Asia. His team's vision is to streamline and simplify online payments, whether local or cross-border, for customers in the region. Nigel is also involved in market expansion and business strategy.
Before deciding to pursue his interest in business and tech, Nigel was a litigation lawyer in one of the largest law firms in Singapore, having trained and worked under a Senior Counsel.
Join us for this interactive discussion on the role of a product manager within product teams. Pulling from their experiences the panelists will talk through their learnings, best practices and suggestions on where product managers should sit that have worked for their businesses to ensure great products and happy teams.
In this candid conversation, Nigel will talk through the journey of Xendit as it achieved the Unicorn status within the region. By walking you through the evolution of Xendit's product roadmap, he will share how to ensure team alignment through hyper growth and touch on:
- Establishing tangible product roadmaps: from setting up goals, defining metrics and creating a product focused culture from the start;
- Ensuring that the roadmap scales; and
- How to iteratively adapt and define the roadmap when you face moments of uncertainty
Learn how the team at Xendit created a company culture that ensures a steady forward momentum as both the team and the product scale within the region.
The biggest myth about getting buy-in or influencing others is that you only need data and logic to make your case. Data and logic are necessary but often there are far greater complexities at play. Giving examples from their team, the group will discuss their blueprint to getting buyIn from all the different potential risk areas and how to get past tricky situations
Moderated by Nigel Yeo, join the conversation, share your insights and probe the speakers on the elements of their talks that left you wanting more.