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Cyril Le Roux

£850/day

Fractional CPO, Product Consultant & Coach

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  • Agile method
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  • Requirements specification
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  • Positioning strategy
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Bence Csernak

£450/day

AI Consultant / Product Designer / Product Manager

  • User Experience Design
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  • User Research
  • Motion Design
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
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  • product owner
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Ravi Parihar

£250/day

New Product Development Project Manager

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  • product owner
  • Microsoft Office
  • Atlassian JIRA
  • Communication
  • Business development
  • Microsoft Excel
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  • Lean Management
  • Microsoft Project
  • Functional specifications
  • transition manager
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  • Kanban
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Christina A.

£428/day

PMO, Project Management, Programme Management

  • Project Management
  • Atlassian JIRA
  • PMO
  • E-commerce
  • ServiceNow
  • AEM
  • Microsoft Sharepoint
  • Shopify
  • Programme Management
  • Agile
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  • Project Support
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  • Project Coordination
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  • Kanban
  • Digital Transformation
  • Product management

Nassim Bekkat-Berkani

£514/day

Chef de projet Informatique / Business Analyst

1 recommendation
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  • Spécifications fonctionnelles
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Glendon Langaigne

£320/day

IT & Telecoms & Radio Broadcasting

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Darren Bartlett

£550/day

Product Manager

  • Product management
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  • Coaching
  • Discovery Phases
  • benchmark studies
  • Scrum
  • Atlassian JIRA
  • Head of Product
  • Data analysis
  • Data driven decision making
  • Lean Design
  • MVP
  • Strategic planning
  • Go To MArket
  • Research
  • Project Management
  • Digital Transformation
  • Agile method
  • Product development
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Rid Raheem

£800/day

Fractional Product & Strategy Leader. Retail.

  • Product management
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  • E-commerce
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Luke Brown

£343/day

Technical IT Project Manager

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  • Microsoft Project
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Anton Katsoulakis

£250/day

Digital Project Management

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  • Marketing
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  • Business development
  • Agile Project Management
  • Branding
  • Web project management
  • Digital Marketing
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  • Agile method
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  • Communication
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Basheir Hashim

£500/day

Senior Products Manager

  • Product management
  • product owner
  • Lean startup
  • Business analysis
  • Project Management
  • E-commerce
  • IT Strategy
  • Facebook Marketing
  • Google AdSense

Abdulla Alshahri

£214/day

Product Manager/Project Manager

  • Product management
  • User Experience Design
  • Business analysis
  • Lean startup
  • Project Management
  • User Research
  • product owner
  • Business development
  • Scrum
  • Atlassian JIRA
  • Agile method
  • Coaching
  • User Testing
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  • Marketing
  • Design Thinking
  • E-commerce
  • Kanban
  • User Interface Design
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Product Manager: What this profession is all about

Here is everything you need to know about product managers:

What is a Product Manager?

A Product Manager manages the entire product development process: from conception to completion, while keeping an eye on the competition.

What does a Product Manager do?

The Product Manager (sometimes called Product Owner) is responsible for a product. By product, we refer to a website, mobile application, SaaS or an IoT product. For example, the Malt website is a product, so we have a (or even several) Product Manager(s).

The freelance Product Manager is a kind of CEO of the product: they are responsible for its development, from conception to sale. They ensure that the product they’re responsible for best meets the needs of end users.

They therefore act as a link between the feedback from the support teams, which are in direct contact with customers (marketing, customer relations, sales, etc.) and the development team.

A mainstay in every company that has a product, the freelance Product Manager has a multidisciplinary profile; they collaborate on a routine basis with the various departments, aware of the terminology and challenges therein. Indeed, they work closely alongside Project Managers, Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, and others in the product department.

Their role is to gather feedback and needs from users and transform them into features to develop.

Any bug fixes or new features are prioritised according to the company’s challenges. The freelance Product Manager thus juggles priorities to draw up a common guideline: the roadmap.

This roadmap is the guideline for the development team, which consists of Web Designers, Front-end and Back-End Developers, etc.

A real jack-of-all-trades, the freelance Product Manager is therefore essential to the development of web-based companies and startups.

To sum up, Product Managers can:

  • Analyse user needs
  • Define and transform the product strategy into iterations
  • Design and specify product improvements or new products,
  • Coordinate the technical development and launch of new features,
  • Monitor KPIs.

At the crossroads of technology, design and business issues, the Product Manager ensures that the product consistently meets users’ expectations in an ever-changing market.

What is a Freelance Product Manager's hourly rate in the uk?

The hourly rate for a freelance Product Manager in the UK can vary depending on several factors, including the freelancer's experience, expertise, location within the UK, the complexity of the project, and the industry in which they are working. On average, freelance Product Managers in the UK may charge hourly rates ranging from £40 to £150 or more. Rates tend to be higher for highly experienced professionals with a proven track record in product management, particularly in cities like London where living costs are relatively high.

It's important to note that the specific hourly rate can vary significantly from one freelance Product Manager to another. When hiring a freelance Product Manager in the UK, it's advisable to discuss the scope of work, project requirements, and budget with potential candidates to arrive at a mutually agreeable rate that aligns with the project's goals and expectations. Additionally, the rates may change over time due to market conditions and demand for specific skills and expertise.

What are some Freelance Product Manager jobs?

Freelance Product Managers are hired for a variety of roles and responsibilities across different industries. Some common freelance Product Manager jobs include

Product Strategy Consultant

Freelance Product Managers can provide strategic guidance to organizations, helping them define product roadmaps, prioritize features, and align their product development efforts with business goals.

Startup Advisor

They may work with startups to develop and execute product strategies, conduct market research, and assist in securing funding.

Project Manager

Freelance Product Managers can manage the end-to-end product development process, including planning, coordination, and overseeing product teams to ensure projects are delivered on time and within budget.

UX/UI Consultant

Some freelancers specialize in user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design, helping businesses create user-friendly and visually appealing digital products.

Product Owner

They may act as the Product Owner in Agile development teams, defining and prioritizing user stories and working closely with developers and designers to ensure product features are delivered.

Product Launch Manager

Freelance Product Managers can oversee the launch of new products or features, coordinating marketing, sales, and customer support efforts.

Product Researcher

They conduct market research, user interviews, and competitive analysis to inform product decision-making and strategy.

Interim Product Leader

Some organizations hire freelance Product Managers on an interim basis to lead their product teams during transitions or when a permanent hire is not immediately available.

Product Development Coach

Freelance Product Managers may provide coaching and mentorship to in-house product teams, helping them improve their product management processes and practices.

E-commerce Product Manager

They can specialize in managing the development and optimization of e-commerce websites and platforms, focusing on maximizing conversion rates and user experience.

These are just a few examples of the diverse roles and opportunities available for freelance Product Managers. The specific job responsibilities and requirements can vary widely based on the needs of the client or organization. Freelance Product Managers bring expertise in product development and strategy to help businesses innovate, launch successful products, and achieve their goals.

Why hire a freelance Product Manager?

Product Manager is a multidisciplinary and versatile role. A freelance Product Manager can step in at any moment during the development of the product, as the product must continue to evolve over time.

Here are some examples of assignments for which you can contact a freelance Product Manager on Malt:

  • Gather user needs through interviews and/or focus groups;
  • Analyse your business needs and the technical constraints that result;
  • Define and implement a precise roadmap for your product;
  • Design the product with a UX designer: prototyping and testing of the user journey (creation of personas, definition of the customer journey, storyboarding, wireframing/mockups, A/B testing);
  • Measuring product performance;
  • Managing the product life cycle: concept, design, iterations, planning, testing, delivery).

As you can see, the role of the Product Manager is very diverse. From SEO optimisation to turning ideas into features, the freelance Product Manager is a multifaceted expert. Their role, or what guides all their actions, is the optimisation of the product.

This is why they test and implement processes that streamline product development to ensure the fastest possible time-to-market.

Why hire a freelance Product Manager?

Product Manager is a multidisciplinary and versatile role. A freelance Product Manager can step in at any moment during the development of the product, as the product must continue to evolve over time.Here are some examples of assignments for which you can contact a freelance Product Manager on Malt:

  • Gather user needs through interviews and/or focus groups
  • Analyse your business needs and the technical constraints that result
  • Define and implement a precise roadmap for your product
  • Design the product with a UX designer: prototyping and testing of the user journey (creation of personas, definition of the customer journey, storyboarding, wireframing/mockups, A/B testing)
  • Measuring product performance
  • Managing the product life cycle: concept, design, iterations, planning, testing, delivery).

As you can see, the role of the Product Manager is very diverse. From SEO optimisation to turning ideas into features, the freelance Product Manager is a multifaceted expert. Their role, or what guides all their actions, is the optimisation of the product.This is why they test and implement processes that streamline product development to ensure the fastest possible time-to-market.

How to choose a freelance Product Manager?

Explore the freelance product manager's experience

As with an employee, the first criterion to look at is the background and experience of the freelancer. A Product Manager/Product Owner usually has an ‘atypical’ background, as it is a relatively new profession. Their skills sit between development, marketing, design and a good understanding of the global challenges of your business.

Find the freelance product manager by keywords

By occupational title: Product Manager, Product Owner…

Their skills: Project management, design thinking, Lean, product development, UX..

You can type these keywords directly into the Malt search engine to find the perfect freelancer for your project.

Look at the freelance product manager's rate

Malt freelancers freely display their Average Day Rate (ADR) on their profiles. Freelance Product Managers will be able to send you a tailored quote that’s best suited to your needs.

Product Managers offer two different pricing structures:

Hourly: You pay the freelancer according to the time they spend on your project. If it is a long assignment, you can break it down into monthly quotes.

Fixed price: You pay the freelancer based on the deliverable, i.e. regardless of the number of hours spent on the project, as soon as the project is finished.

Analyze the freelance project manager's reputation

Malt allows freelancers on the platform to display recommendations of their network and feedback left at the end of projects. This is vital information that allows you to work in complete confidence with freelancers on the platform.