MVP Development · Startups

What is the difficulty in building an MVP for Startup?

Sri Nurhayati Digital marketer @emveep, Tech Agency for Startup Tech, Emveep.com, Website & Mobile app builder

May 19th, 2020

Sheriff Rizwan Founder & CEO at ALSHOP.com

May 20th, 2020

A common mistake most first-time entrepreneurs make (me included) is trying to get all the 'bells and whistles' in place before going live. This becomes more challenging as you speak to more people and validate the business model further. Eventually, it might help to come up with a list of 'must-have' features for your 1.0 launch version, set a launch date and try to be as disciplined as possible to not add any new features (unless it is going to be a show stopper).

Thiago Benazzi Maia Looking for a cofounder in the US for biovision.ai

May 19th, 2020

For the software field:

I would say the most challenging thing in the beginning is after a couple of months when things gets hard, doesn't work and all the initial fire is gone and you don't have any investor backing you up. Then you see who is going to be on the team and keep pushing till make it works.

Gaurav Need a BDM for ASEAN Market

May 19th, 2020

Well, that depends on your industry. To give any kind of help, you need to provide some more information.

Alex Booth CEO of UnderStrap (used by Intel, NGINX) - looking for CTO opportunities

May 19th, 2020

Read The Lean Startup and you will see the simpler it is the better for a number of reasons :D