If you're joining from Amsterdam, this meetup is from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm CEST
If you're joining from India, this meetup is from 9 pm to 11 pm IST
The meetup will happen on Zoom & can be viewed from anywhere (It will not be recorded for viewing post the session).
You will receive the link to join the meetup on your registered email id 3 days prior to the session
All you need is a good wifi connection and a fully charged laptop/mobile with the Zoom App installed.
We'll be connecting the speaker & attendees with each other post the session as well
Since we're a business based in India, the price will be shown in INR. But please don't worry. As soon as you book the ticket, you'll receive a receipt too.
There is no foreign transaction fee applied, only a minimal currency exchange rate
In case you are unable to make a payment, please reach out to us. Well share a PayPal link with you
We also have a special discount for students. Email a copy of your student id to avail it
About the speaker:
Saurav Roy, Product Manager, Payments at Booking.com
He is experienced in building and launching new products as well as optimizing mature ones through experimentation
Led several initiatives to improve payment clarity in the post-booking area, including price breakdown, payment schedules, receipts and refunds leading to a reduction in CS tickets by 16.2% and cancellations by 2.3%
He is also the Experimentation Ambassador for all Payments teams, helping teams design and run best quality experiments
Previously worked as Chief Product Officer at Juggernaut Books & Product Manager at Times Internet
As one of the worlds largest travel marketplaces for both established brands and entrepreneurs of all sizes, it enables properties around the world to reach a global audience and grow their businesses
Available in 43 languages, it offers more than 28 million accommodation listings, including over 6.2 million homes, apartments, and other unique places to stay
What will be discussed?
How to make decisions based on the results of an A/B test?
How Booking.com does feature rollouts with experimentation
Product A/B testing & what you can test with interactive examples
Things to do before running an A/B test:
Formulating a hypothesis for your test and expected outcome
Deciding on primary and secondary metrics
Calculating the power and runtime of your test
Bonus: Non-inferiority tests
Who should attend?
Current & Aspiring Product Managers
Developers, Designers or UX Researchers
Anyone looking to build a career in Tech
Anyone interested in how data correlates to user behaviour & business impact