The MVP is not a Beta version, indeed! Releasing your software without testing it first, is like a nightmare waiting to happen. Be careful what you release!
Lean startup, business model; all, important concepts on the journey from idea to startup. But there’s one more thing. Your mission statement.
Product-market fit? Make sure there are customers that have the problem you’re aiming to solve, that they care to solve it and they’ll want your solution.
What is the first milestone you need to achieve once you’ve set up shop for your startup? Problem-solution fit, of course! Get some steady footing!
You’ve probably realized that being successful with content marketing without writing any content is nothing more than a mirage. How’s it done then?
Getting your first paying customer? This 1st sale notification you’re waiting for, seems like what dreams are made of. Be patient! It’s around the corner!
Hiring your startup’s first employee. Οne of the scariest and most exciting aspects of making the leap from solopreneur to full-blown startup founder.
Do you know the three fundamental business issues that guide lean transformation for any organization? Let’s go through them together. How do they work?
Need to gather relevant leads to make a sale? Use influence maps; show the interests of different groups and of people who influence a decision the most.
There are many different reasons why startups fail. And a host of different ways to define said failure. Even in failure, resides a small measure of success.