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Crunchbase helps over 75 million people around the world connect with the companies and people that matter. Powered by best-in-class proprietary data, Crunchbase is democratizing access to opportunities so salespeople, entrepreneurs, investors, job seekers, and others can accelerate innovation for a better future. We’re proud to build intelligent products that shape how companies and people connect and enable them to communicate in a more meaningful way.

We are committed to a positive, diverse, and inclusive culture by hiring for potential, focused on the inclusion of people who have different ways of thinking, different viewpoints, different backgrounds, and different skill sets. We value a transparent and open culture that positively impacts our teams and our products.

Crunchbase has a remote-first approach, and is open to hiring in residents of these states: 
California, Colorado, Illinois, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington

Our inclusive remote-first culture, generous PTO policies, competitive pay, and employee wellness benefits set us apart!

Product Management at Crunchbase

The Product Management function at Crunchbase is a key strategic role that interfaces with engineering, design, marketing, revenue, and legal functions to build delightful products for our customers. This person is responsible for owning the strategy and execution of their area on everything from fixing paper cuts to building conviction behind long term investments. This is an Individual Contributor role.

What You’ll Do:

    • Own the strategy and execution for your designated area, from addressing minor user pain points to driving the vision behind long-term investments. You'll play a key role in defining and realizing the product's direction.
    • Build strong customer empathy and advocate for their needs throughout the organization. Your understanding of customers' "jobs to be done" will drive our product decisions and ensure we deliver exceptional solutions.
    • Collaborate closely with Marketing, Product Design, Engineering, and Product Marketing teams to develop and launch features in an agile and iterative manner. Your ability to foster strong working relationships will be crucial to our success.
    • Work closely with leadership to develop and execute a robust product roadmap for your area. Your strategic thinking and analytical skills will help identify growth opportunities and turn ideas into actionable plans.
    • Continuously seek opportunities to enhance existing processes and add value for our customers. Your innovative mindset will drive efficiency and effectiveness in our product development.
    • Cultivate meaningful relationships with internal and external counterparts, industry experts, and thought leaders. Your network and insights will contribute to our product's excellence.

What We’re Looking For:

    • You have 6+ years of experience in product management roles, with a proven ability to define and deliver successful products.
    • Your exceptional analytical skills allow you to navigate complex challenges, leading your team through strategic analysis from start to finish.
    • You possess a genuine passion for understanding and addressing customer needs, placing the user at the center of every product decision.
    • As a strategic thinker, you can effectively manage complexity and conflicting priorities. You have a keen eye for identifying growth opportunities and can translate them into a clear product roadmap.
    • Your experience in the SaaS industry equips you with valuable insights and best practices in product management.
    • You have thrived in fast-paced startup environments, adapting quickly to change and driving impactful outcomes.
    • You are enthusiastic about building a strong organizational culture, developing exceptional talent, and refining efficient processes to achieve success.
You may also be entitled to receive equity and benefits.
Salary Range
$160,000$180,000 USD

What Crunchbase Offers: 

  • Competitive salary and equity
  • Remote first policy
  • Generous Reimbursement policy for learning and development activities
  • Monthly fitness / mental health stipend
  • 14 weeks of fully-paid time off for new parents
  • Flexible Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Volunteering Paid Time Off
  • Incredible medical, vision and dental benefits for employees and their families
  • 401(k) and Roth plans, and free annual financial adviser check-in
  • Monthly internet stipend
  • Work from home allowance to purchase furniture for your work from home space
  • Matching charity contributions for our Townhall awards
  • A team of creative, transparent entrepreneurs driven to accomplish our mission
At Crunchbase, we value team members who are passionate and enthusiastic about what we're building here. We believe there is no "perfect" candidate, and want to encourage applying even if all the requirements listed aren’t met. If you're passionate about Crunchbase and looking to learn and grow, then we look forward to reviewing your application!
 
Crunchbase does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, veteran status, military obligations, or marital status. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Every day our team is honored to work with entrepreneurs and innovators from every corner of the globe, and we aim to build a team that reflects the diversity of our customers. Each individual at Crunchbase brings their own perspectives, work experiences, lifestyles, and cultures with them, and we believe that a more diverse team creates more innovative products, provides a better service to its customers, and helps us all grow and learn as individuals.

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