Working at EDIA was unique for me in several ways. Firstly, it was a steep learning curve to understand AI, developers, and the start-up environment. Secondly, I had to wear three hats simultaneously – product owner, product marketeer, and marketeer.Product Owner Role
In my role as a product owner, I led several development teams and practiced SCRUM (certified) to deliver a range of educational software and APIs. Below are a few examples of products I supervised.Product Marketing & Marketing Role
As a product marketeer, I launched a go-to-market plan for two products:
- A web-based tool for authors and English teachers (B2C)
- Content labeling API aimed at educational publishers (B2B).
The GTM plan involved a mix of inbound and outbound marketing techniques, and I was commended by EDIA management for my customer-centric approach and my ability to communicate technical concepts to EDIA users.
Check out this Annual Report I wrote with the freelance copywriter: A Publisher’s Guide to Smart Content.
Here are some other examples of my work for EDIA in the role of PMM: