UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 175: Product Trends with Dru Riley

Published June 23, 2020 by Jane Portman

Portrait of Dru Riley

Knowing the newest product trends is pivotal as they can be applied across many industries. But what’s the best way to identify and watch trends? Our guest today is Dru Riley, the founder of Trends.vc. You’ll learn the story behind his famous newsletter, how he creates his reports, and what trends you can apply to your business in 2020 and beyond.

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