minimum viable product
Many of the world's most successful brands have used this popular launch strategy, including design-tool Figma, file hosting service Dropbox, and ride-hailing app Uber.
Using the minimum viable product model, you can get your idea into the world in less time than you ever thought possible.
Note that scaling up requires certain instinct, determination and learning to be successful.
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Before committing to a new launch, prepare a thorough process, one that includes all the lessons you learned first time around.
These five steps will help you chart a realistic journey forward and hold yourself accountable along the way.
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