Office Hours: Building your MVP for pennies
October 17 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm BST
Creating an MVP is one of the crucial steps towards building a successful company. Minimum viable product is the best way to validate demand, understand that someone needs your product and get feedback from the real world.
More often than not early stage startups do not have access to funding, or it is scanty. An MVP should be implemented for as little money as possible, preferably for free.
During these sessions, Stan will give you some tips on how to implement an MVP with limited resources, and how to cut development costs if there’s no way to go without actually building something.
Stanislav Krasnoyarov is a software developer with 18 years of experience, and a CEO at Redsteep.
Redsteep is a technology partner who helps non-technical startup founders launch a tech company using the Lean Startup methodology. Their clients are from London, Stockholm and San Francisco. For one of their partners in the past they’ve built an MVP which helped to secure a $3MM seed round in Valley.
Book your 1-2-1 slot. For the access code you can email firstname.lastname@example.org