Hi! I'm Andy Chu, a B2B SaaS product manager in Los Angeles. I never planned on being a PM, but I can’t imagine doing anything else.
I’m a huge believer in data-informed design and teach startups how they can adopt those practices even on a tight budget. One of my core strengths is that I can pair my technical background with a market-first approach to product management.
I’ve been lucky to work and learn from the best. And I want to do my part to help the next generation.
My career’s been exclusively startups. I’ve worn plenty of hats, and I know how to hand them off too.
B2B SaaS business models are my specialty, from SMB to Enterprise levels.
Data is the core of everything I do. It starts with feature dev, and ends with AI models.
The only product goal is to maximize enterprise value, and the pragmatic marketing framework is my guide.
A single digital platform for marketers to automate data collection, data mapping, visualization, and collaboration, no coding required.
The world’s first technology business school, taught by real-world product managers.
The first practice growth platform: a comprehensive marketing solution for healthcare providers.
An on-demand crowdsourcing research platform for prior art discovery and idea generation.
Pairing undergrads with alumni to help navigate getting an engineering degree and beyond.
USC’s largest outdoor adventure company, completely student-run and profitable.
A summer resident camp offering 1-week camp sessions for boy scouts.
The greatest marching band in the history of the universe.
M.S. Biomedical Engineering, Focus in Product Development
B.S. Biomedical Engineering, Minor in Political Science
Got a question product management? Use the form below to send me an email and I’d be happy to help.