Educate. Inform. Unite.
The TAG Product Management society is Georgia’s largest product management community dedicated to raising the awareness of the product management profession and its importance to the overall success of Georgia companies.
TAG Product Management targets VP’s, managers, developers, marketing professionals, and anyone involved in the product strategy or product management process. We focus on helping technology professionals develop high quality, customer focused products and solutions.
EDUCATE – To further educate the Georgia Product Management Community or industry best practices and other soft skills that complement personal career goals.
INFORM – To be a source of information and resources that support the advancement and awareness of the Product Management profession in the state of Georgia.
UNITE – To unite the Georgia Product Management Community and help members grow personally and professionally by leveraging the experiences of their peers.
TAG Product Management society is both broad and deep in its membership, ranging from SVP’s to staff professionals from product management and marketing to services, engineering and everything in between.
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Product Management events
TAG Product Management Awards
Celebrating outstanding work in three categories: Product Launch of the Year, Product Manager of the Year, and Rookie Product Manager of the Year
Society Board Members
Society Board Co-Chair
Society Board Co-Chair
Recent Product Management News
Tyk presents The Holiday APIM Extravaganza
|This is not just another online event; it’s a fresh, fast-moving format full of quick-fire tips and expert advice on how to succeed in 2023.|
The Home Depot Supports Supply Chain and Logistics Vertical with Georgia Tech’s Advanced Technology Development Center
Companies participating in the incubator program will work directly with SC&L and business leaders at The Home Depot and Georgia Tech as they build.
Comcast RISE to Award $1 Million in Grants to Small Businesses Owned by Women and People of Color in Atlanta
Comcast announced it will award $1 million in grants to 100 small Atlanta area businesses owned by women and people of color, including Black, Indigenous, Hispanic, and Asian American owners, among others. The application process will open to qualifying businesses June 1-14, and prospective owners must have their businesses located in the City of Atlanta or in Fulton, Gwinnett, Clayton, Cobb or DeKalb counties.