Giacomo Giorgianni
Digital Product Manager (Growth)
  • Suggested rate
    $902 / day
  • Experience3-7 years
  • Response rate100%
  • Response timeA few days
The project will begin once you accept Giacomo's quote.
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Location and workplace preferences
Berlin, Deutschland
Can work onsite in your office in
  • Berlin and around (up to 50km)
  • München and around (up to 100km)
  • Düsseldorf and around (up to 100km)
  • Hamburg and around (up to 100km)
  • Köln and around (up to 100km)
  • Stuttgart and around (up to 100km)
  • Nürnberg and around (up to 100km)
  • Frankfurt am Main and around (up to 100km)

Project length

  • Between 3-6 months
  • ≥ 6 months

Business sector

  • Education & E-learning
  • E-commerce
  • Restaurants & Food Service
  • Health & Wellness
  • Tech
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Hospitality, Film & AV, Agriculture, Arts & Crafts, Luxury Goods, Fashion & Cosmetics, Travel & Tourism, Entertainment & Leisure, Wine & Spirits

Company size

  • 11 - 49 people
  • 50 - 249 people
  • 250 - 999 people

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Giacomo in a few words
Digital Product Manager specialized in scaling B2C and B2B2C products.

Here's my ground approach to Product Management:
"The Product Manager is the professional who identifies problems and focuses on the ones that are worth solving".

This means being able to do several things:

1. Identifying opportunities through research, talking to customers and internal stakeholders, benchmarking competitors, analyzing data.

2. Being able to estimate the impact and the complexity of solving a problem and prioritize the opportunity accordingly.
In order to do so, you want to reduce the risk of uncertainty by running test and experiments (A/b Test, Multivariate, Fake Doors, Surveys, Toggle Features) and keeping an incremental approach (MVP)

3. Being a servant leader in order to drive a coordinate a team of experts, on which you have no direct authority, towards the same common objectives.

4. Managing the expectations of your stakeholders

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