April 7, 2016

An evening with Amazon’s Director of Product and Engineering PMO

Mobile products are extensions of ourselves. What we expect from them is that they work seamlessly, almost like an external limb. But how do you remove friction on mobile? Kintan Brahmbhatt is the Director of Product & Technical Program Management for Amazon Music, and previously led product launches for IMDb and Amazon Video. He will share his perspective and insights on how to create delightful experiences to buy anything from movies, music and books, to on-demand delivery and beyond.

Kintan Brahmbhatt is the Head of Products and Marketing for IMDb Everywhere at He is working on defining the next generation entertainment experiences for Kindle Fire. IMDb’s mobile apps have been inducted in Hall of Fame by Apple and have been selected as Editor’s Choice apps by Google. Prior to Amazon, Kintan spent five years at Microsoft’s Unified Communications group as a Program Manager and helped drive several key aspects of Microsoft’s Lync products. Prior to Microsoft, Kintan was the founder of Securamed, a healthcare communication platform. Kintan is actively involved as an advisor and investor for high-tech startups in Seattle and Silicon Valley. His notable investments include Twilio, Cupidtino and EasySignMobile.

Check out Kintan’s full talk at Manifesto here.


SC Moatti is the managing partner of Mighty Capital, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, and Products That Count, one of the largest networks of product managers, leaders and entrepreneurs in the world. Previously, she built products that billions of people use at Facebook, Nokia and Electronic Arts. She also serves on boards of both public and private companies, including mobile technology giant Opera Software (OPERA:Oslo). An award-winning bestselling author, Moatti frequently gives keynotes on investing and innovation at prestigious conferences globally, including the Mobile World Congress, the Collision Conference, and the Commonwealth Club; and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, the Harvard Business Review, and on NPR. She lectures at Stanford Graduate School of Business, where she earned her MBA and has a Master of Science in electrical engineering. A16Z general partner Andrew Chen called SC “a genius at making mobile products people love.” For more information, visit Mighty.Capital