Lean Startup

No MVP, No Cry

Today I’m going to share with you my thoughts on MVP – a minimum viable product – and why it’s important for every startup. MVP is that version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort. Eric Ries, the author of …

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Enter Market the Right Way

For startups that have developed a new product and try to enter the market, there are not many options. As an ex-startup founder, I cannot overestimate how important it is to know and understand them. Otherwise, startups are doomed to fail. New product, new market When to consider it: you offer dramatically new technology and …

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Make What You Can Sell

Have you ever heard about the Lean Startup? It can boil down to one sentence: “Don’t sell what you can make; make what you can sell”. In the beginning, all startups search for the right product and market and face the same problem: they have no idea what people really want. Surprisingly, people don’t know …

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