Such a list was sorted out as a cheat sheet that would help you to validate the idea within just $499 🙃. So, feel free to use our set of idea validation tools.
Tag: Lean Startup
The great point about you is that you have plenty of ideas on your mind. We are sure that you heard a lot of scary stories about startup losses. And, you know, that’s true. More than 97% of all startups fail. This happens mainly because there is no demand on the market. That’s the main reason, why You are launched team, why we choose the Lean Startup approach and why this set of articles exist. Our experience and passion allowed us to launch 20 profitable startups in 3 years. That’s why we would like to share a list of tips for you.
Here, we would like to present to you our set of articles that goes through the Lean Startup prism – that we are using in our daily work process. You can find here points regarding startup launch, idea validation, MVPs, fund-raising, and way more. We are sure, you would be able to find a list of helpful information for your big thing. So, check our insights below.
In this article you are able to find the most valuable articles from Sam Altman, Paul Graham, Sequoia Capital, Mike Butcher, and some other players of the VC ecosystem.
You can find different pricing, management models, and people you trust. But, what to do next? Feel free to use a list of startup resources:
Lean startups turn against such a mindset by relying on customers’ feedback at the get-go. By releasing their products early on, they can continuously improve on them according to their customers’ demands.
Previously, we wrote about how we launched Yoga app and Weight Loss app. This time, we would like to highlight some small tricks that we used to relaunch the VPN-based app.
unching. This time, we would like to open a door and show some insights into the Pregnancy Yoga app launching.
Today, we want to show one of the biggest startup achievements we could get so far – Weight Loss Startup with $2m/year on sales.
Read a story about social app that met with chicken and egg problem.
To show you the difference between the first app version and MVP in lean startup app development, let’s take an idea of a restaurant review-based app. What are the main points in such an app?