Having no market need is one of the main reasons why startups fail. Before spending any resources on development, create an MVP (minimum viable product): a prototype of your value proposition, created to be quickly validated with real potential customers.
We’ll help you through questions like:
- How do I translate my product idea into an MVP?
- What will my MVP look like?
- How do I get the best data from my user validation experiments
Hack your way into validated data in record time
Get a glimpse into your venture’s future, with a fraction of the risk and the agility to pivot and improve.
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Outline your assumptions and choose the right validation mix for your business idea.
MVP Definition Sprint.
Translate your value proposition into a unique selling proposition with: clear features, a brand, smooth user flow, and development framework.
MVP Development & Growth Hacking Sprint.
Rapidly build your MVP while working on the marketing strategy to bring your lean startup to the market.
Launch and run your MVP. Use the right growth hacking mix to reach your KPIs, test and iterate your value proposition along the way.
Value Proposition and Business Case Validation.
Analyze the MVP results to validate or pivot your value proposition and business case.
Collect all work in a clear and engaging investment pitch. Get seed funding from the corporate leadership team to build your bèta product.