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Product Manager

Product Manager

Amsterdam, Permanent

Here’s an opportunity to join a start-up revolutionising the guest experience for hotels across the globe. You’ll join the founding team of ex-Uber, Dott and Lime early employees as one of the first permanent hires for this start-up. You’ll play a key role in building their mobile app that provides an end-to-end contactless experience for hotel guests.



What to expect:

You’ll be the first Product Manager hire for the business, reporting into the newly appointed Head of Product. So stepping into a brand new role means you’ll have the creative freedom to make it your own!

You will work together with a cross functional team on the customer experience. The team includes engineers, designers and data analysts. You’ll be responsible for creating a delightful experience that contributes to growth targets and will drive the vision, strategy and roadmap to get there.

With your team you’ll implement the product strategy, perform data analysis, gather user insights and drive day-to-day execution to get this done. Overall very customer facing!


  • Visiting hotels across the globe testing the product (what a hard life)
  • Early employee stock options, pre series A
  • An amazing office in the heart of Amsterdam on the canals
  • The chance to work closely with an expert team, with the true startup experience


  • 5+ years of experience in Product Management
  • Previous experience scaling a product
  • Consumer focussed experience would be preferred
  • User obsessed mindset, you’re passionate about empathising with the end-users
  • Someone who is still ready to be hands-on, rolling their sleeves up to help the product grow (growth mindset)

Sounds good?

Apply now
For more information, connect with our specialised team member on LinkedIn Bradley Thomas