The concept of MVP sprang up during the early startup movement and has become a bit muddled in definition over time. In a product development sense, it refers to the first thing you can release for a product in a minimal way that helps you start learning about your product and its viability.
In this episode of The Startup Chat, we share some examples of how startups can begin the process of testing an MVP and pitching a concept to get response from potential customers. Testing often includes pitching something before release and before any real functionality.
Listen to the episode and learn how to quickly find out if your startup idea is legit:
- How to determine a Minimum Viable Product by working backward
- How emotional detachment is a necessary tool for success
- Why perception changes when customers look at actual products vs mockups
- How launching something that lacks features can be a signal of eventual success