Here are 4 essential things you should take into account when choosing the right tech partner to build your Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
Here are my thoughts about the two events I recently had the pleasure to partake in - Web Summit 2018 and the London Ruby User Group meetup.
We all know how traditional marketing works. You choose your target group, invest in ads and spend a lot of time and effort on your strategy before seeing any results. But what if you’re a startup or small company, you don’t have a big budget for marketing (or any budget at all), and only a really short time to achieve the scalability, all the while with competition lurking behind you? Well, there is a solution for that. In 2010 Sean Ellis, an entrepreneur that worked in startups like Dropbox, Eventbrite and Lookout, created a concept called growth hacking. Simply put, it’s a marketing technique that experiments with non-traditional use of various channels and helps to achieve viral growth.
You don’t need a new CRM, another new platform that everybody’s talking about, a new tool that downloads a lot of useless contacts, to sell. All you need is one simple plan that you stick to. Many people call it Sales Process but let's for now call it a Sales Plan. Why? Because it’s your plan for how to deal with your customers. Too complicated? Let’s break it down.
“Those who tell the stories rule the world”, as a popular Native American proverb goes, and it is really hard to disagree with. The most powerful and successful people in the world are often the best storytellers. Some of them are honest, some of them not so honest, but even populists and bold-faced liars can appear trustworthy. What’s the reason for this? Why do people believe in politicians, businesses and salespeople, or even strangers when they have a great story to tell?
Proof of Concept and Minimum Viable Product are two very important tools used when working on the initial phases of software development project. What we’ve noticed is that our customers can often confuse these two or sometimes consider them to be the same. Since they aren’t, let’s take a quick look at the use cases for both of them to make it easier to place them in the development process.
What is a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)? In this article, we walk you through the subject and extend the definition with some examples of practical applications.
As companies continue to take on more remote developers, there are a number of things that can help make the process easier.
Every internet business does not build itself, but it requires the owner to put in a lot of effort and be brave when making decisions.