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VIDEO: Meet the Experts Behind the King’s Product Management Career Accelerator

Registrations for this programme are still open

The demand for Product Managers is growing around the world across tech and other industries. With the changes brought about by the pandemic, more organisations are moving towards a digital-first approach and, as a result, adopting more product-centric goals. Product Managers who have the skills to effectively connect tech, business and customers play a crucial role in delivering results, making them an invaluable part of any team. 

The earning potential for Product Managers is high, with Glassdoor reporting the median 2022 annual base salary in the UK at £60,656 (experience dependent). Beyond this, the job satisfaction in this role is high – sitting at 4.1 / 5. With the opportunity to earn well and enjoy the work, it’s no surprise that more and more people from varied backgrounds are considering a career in product management. 

Learn more about how this Career Accelerator can equip you with the skills needed to succeed in a high-growth, well-paying Product Manager role from the experts who designed the programme, including:

If you’d like to learn more, request to download the course brochure. If you’re ready to register for this Career Accelerator, book a call with one of our Enrolment Advisors here.

Places in this programme are limited.

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