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4 Tips for Developing a Product Around an Unknown Concept
If you're a trailblazer in a novel space, here are four ways to forge ahead.
From Prototype to Production: 3 Things You Must Do
There's no substitute for research. Your success depends on knowing what it costs to create your product and finding the best way to build it.
How to Love That Product You're Developing -- Realistically
Successfully executing your idea requires staying faithful to your vision -- and taming that wandering eye.
5 Ways The Founders Of Zang Chocolate Launched a New Product In a Highly Competitive Market
Bringing a new product to the FMCG market is tough. You need the right product, partners and mindset. Here's how the founders of Zang are getting it right.
The Simplest Ideas Can Be Extremely Profitable. Here's Proof.
Gene Luoma solved a universal problem -- clogged drains -- with a strip of plastic from his garage. His device has sold 33 million units.
10 Bad Habits Entrepreneurs Must Give Up To Be Successful
Don't make major production commitments unless the returns will more than compensate you for it.
Should Your Product Be Perfect or Scalable? Can It Be Both?
When I first designed my platform for Due, I knew all along that I was not going to wait to create the perfect product before I launched it.
How to Make Benign Neglect Work for You
Find a way to put a new spin on a familiar product.
The 4 Traits Every Good Project Manager Needs
Entrepreneurs and founders must operate like product managers to succeed.
3 Tips for Manufacturing Products That Last a Lifetime
Companies across consumer product categories, from Patagonia apparel to All-Clad cookware, are successfully marketing their products by focusing on longevity, not price.
10 Things I Wish I Knew While Starting My Own Business!
If you're building a product that's redundant then there a problem.
7 Things Startups Should Know About Outsourcing Development
Keep factors such as technology standards, intellectual property rights and personalized communication in mind. They'll save you.
3 Road-Mapping Sins That Could Kill Your Next Product
The road map is a vital part of product development. But only if it's done correctly will it save your company from a rude awakening at launch time.
The Number 1 Mistake Most Founders Make
You better be right if you are so confident your idea is perfect that you don't ask intended customers what they think.
3 Tips to Declutter Your Product Offerings
Let simplicity reign. Very complicated products can confuse customers and kill sales.