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Building an MVP Through Authentic Engagement

Ms.Tech

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CST)

Chicago, IL

Building an MVP Through Authentic Engagement

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Building an MVP Through Authentic Engagement

Why Founders Should Eschew Automation in Pursuing an MVP

A Minimum Viable Product or Process (MVP) is the single best way to create a new business. Most people would rather use the acronym than do the work. It's not their fault though, MVPs can actually be fairly difficult to create. Step one is truly breaking down the goals of a business. Step two is discovering the most basic way to test that assumption. Step three is *actually* interacting with people to gather data. It isn't until step five or sixteen that you move beyond the MVP phase and start building a product. Don't fret, we have good news! Once you see the light, it is almost impossible to unsee the beauty of an MVP.

 

Thomas Knoll is co-founder and CEO of clippPR, a startup that is helping brands and organizations put the relationships back into PR. He has been building online community for 17 years and has worked with companies including Zappos, Launchrock, UserVoice, and Seesmic. He is a mentor at 500Startups and advises startups on customer development, community architecture, product marketing, and growth.

 

 

Shervin Talieh is the cofounder/CEO of Drumbi, a startup focused on helping companies create a more effective sales and service experience through the phone channel. Prior to Drumbi, he was a Partner at Accenture and spent 15 years in management consulting, working with F500 companies around the world. He is the organizer of OC Tech Startup, and 800+ member meet-up focused on the tech community in Southern California, an active mentor in the startup community, and sits on a public company board.

 

 

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Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (CST)


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