Product Manager HQ is a paid Slack community for product managers willing to boost their careers and expand their professional network.

The community offers live sessions with experts in product management. Live sessions help members to expand their knowledge and learn how to grow in their careers. There are always special guests and other experts, such as Ken Norton and Josh Elman. Additionally, the community has amazing sponsors such as Facebook, Notion, UserVoice, etc.

You can access some events and the job board for free. However, if you are interested in joining the community, the membership costs $25 and it grants you lifetime access. The membership includes not only access to the Slack group but also relevant feedback and interaction with other members who are also looking to grow as product managers.

Moreover, Product Manager HQ offers paid courses in product management. All of them include a certification at the end. Lastly, you can read the community's blog and subscribe to their newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest news and trends in the industry.

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  • Membership: Paid Community
  • Year Founded: 2014
  • Founders:

    Clement Kao, Kevin Lee, and Dhaval Bhatt

  • Amount of members: 7,000
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Get certified:
If you decide to take any of the courses that Product Manager HQ offers, you will receive a certification at the end. All courses focus on strategies and skills to become a successful product manager.

Receive support and feedback:
As the membership includes lifetime access, you will receive constant feedback from other members and experts, allowing you to grow in your career as a product manager.

Join the live sessions:
These are sessions hosted by expert product managers. You will have the chance to meet them, ask your questions, and learn from their experience.

  • One Time Cost

Included in Free Version

For free, you can access some events and the job board. Additionally, you can get relevant information, tips, and advice from the community's blog and newsletter.


No requirements.


Learning Events

Product Manager HQ offers live sessions with experts in product management. These are events to learn from their experience and ask questions related to the field. The community also hosts webinars and interviews with special guests every week. To join any event, you first need to sign up to receive all the event information directly in your inbox. Joining the events live it's a great opportunity to ask questions, but in case you miss any, you can find all past events' recordings on Youtube.

Networking Events

Community members interact through a Slack group. This private online group is exclusive to people who pay for the community's membership. However, members also interact for free through Product Manager HQ's social media accounts (LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook).

Overall, becoming a member of this community it's a great opportunity to meet like-minded people who also work in product management. It allows you to bounce off ideas and strategies while expanding your professional network.

Content Library

Among the resources available, you will find the community's newsletter and blog, which are free. Both address tech, product strategy, data and product, and product management subjects. Additionally, you can visit the community's Youtube and find some recordings of past events and live sessions. On the other hand, the membership allows you to access member-exclusive resources and information to grow faster as a product manager.


The community offers several courses that focus on product management. All courses include quizzes and interactive exercises to find a balance between theory and practice. Once you finish the course, you will receive a certification. The range of prices varies depending on the characteristics of each course.


"This program allows me to finally gain a more holistic understanding of the back-end mechanics that are involved when managing software development -resulting in more strategic conversations with technical stakeholders and empowering more informed decision making." -Alexa Szal

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