MVP Building 101: An introduction to Minimal Viable Products

MVP Building 101: An introduction to Minimal Viable Products

A minimum viable product (MVP) is a product with just enough features to gather validated learnings about the product and its continued development. Many companies, that are now unicorns incl. Uber, started as MVPs to test their product-market fit.

Learn why 50% of businesses fail

More than 50% of businesses fail because they do not pay enough attention to their customers. A user-centric approach is a key to identifying your product-market fit and setting you up for success in the long run.


If you’re not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late

Reid Hoffman
Founder of LinkedIn
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This framework contains the 6 core questions you should consider and re-consider while developing your business. Important questions such as:

  • Icon/16/list itemHow will I achieve product-market fit?
  • Icon/16/list itemWhat is the best go-to-market strategy for your business?
  • Icon/16/list itemHow and when will I become profitable?
If you believe in it – don’t hold back

No one can stop you in the end, if you work on something that you’re passionate about, truly interested in (meaning working on it doesn’t feel like work), and naturally good at. We hope that this guide will help you achieve your goals.

If you have any further questions about MVP building, product development, or venture building please feel free to reach out to us at any time. Let’s talk!

Topics included

  • Icon/16/list itemDiscover what separates a good MVP from a bad one
  • Icon/16/list itemLearn which 6 key questions you should answer before starting your MVB building
  • Icon/16/list itemFind out why many businesses fail MVP building & how to not do the same mistakes
  • Icon/16/list itemGet some real-life tips from our own experience