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Product visionary Kintan Brahmbhatt on The Amazon Way

Amazon started as an online book store and today, it’s a leading retailer and cloud computing giant. What are the secrets behind Amazon’s success? Amazon’s product exec Kintan Brahmbhatt reveals the Amazon Way, including insights on Amazon’s approach to building products by working backwards from the customer. He leads product vision and execution for Amazon Music, including Prime Music and Amazon’s music experience on Echo and Alexa. Previously Kintan led product launches for IMDb, Amazon Video and Kindle. He is also an active angel investor and advisor to several startups.
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