Product Manager Supplier Technologies

San Francisco, CA
You will be responsible for maximizing inventory acquisition and retention, by building a portfolio of products that make it dead simple for hotels to join Stayful’s partner network, enter and update inventory, view analytics, get payments, and update marketing content.

Market research, web analytics, supplier outreach, and ROI analysis are some of the techniques you’ll use to define or enhance products. You’ll need to work out the most effective way to communicate product specs to UX and engineers, with the goal being to get from idea to implementation as fast as possible. You’ll also create and maintain a product roadmap broken down and sequenced to enable iterative development.


    • Entrepreneurial thinker.
    • Excellent research, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
    • Prior product management experience in consumer internet businesses.
    • BA/BS or equivalent related work experience.


    • Hospitality industry experience.
    • Experience working for an early-stage start-up.
    • Knowledge of UX best practices.
Our goal is make travel more affordable so that more people can travel more often. We all know that independent, boutique hotels have rooms that go empty every night. To find guests and fill these rooms, especially within the next 30 days, is really hard and expensive for the hotels. Our team created Stayful to connect these hotels with people who are looking for an independent, boutique hotel, are traveling within the next 30 days, want to choose their hotel and also want to get a better price.

Stayful is supported by several exceptional advisors with great track records in their areas of expertise. The founding team has built, run, and worked at several very successful consumer internet companies, with exit valuations ranging from $175 million to $616 million.

Stayful has offices in New York and San Francisco. We offer competitive salary and equity packages, health benefits, don't track vacation days, and have a flat org structure.