If you’re working in mobile or aspire to build mobile products (which should be just about everybody), then Mixpanel‘s mobile analytics platform is something that should be on your radar by now. With major players like Airbnb, Khan Academy, match.com, Jawbone, and thousands more using the platform, Mixpanel certainly ranks among the leaders in the mobile analytics space for developers. Its Google Analytics-like segmentation and tracking makes it a developer favorite, and on September 21st, TheFamily has invited CEO Suhail Doshi to come to Paris and talk about Mixpanel, as well as give some rude feedback to aspiring mobile (and non-mobile, of course) startups.
Today's lesson: Great products find ways to increase value without increasing costs or complexity.
— Suhail (@Suhail) July 23, 2013
For those unfamiliar with Doshi, who founded Mixpanel at just 22, you can get a great bio of him from Forbes, where he ranked among the 30 under 30 in Games & Apps this past year, a list of 30 people under the age of 30 who are influential in Tech. Doshi is a Y-Combinator graduate, and generally a thought-leader in entrepreneurship.
The event is well worth attending – it’s quite rare that US entrepreneurs take time to sit down with European startups and give them their time and experience, and while having European entrepreneurs tell us their experiences, we all know that anyone who’s fought in the US market has a little something extra to offer. If you’re building a mobile startup, or if you’re a college student thinking of starting a company, clear your agenda on September 21st, and prepare a few questions for Suhail.