You have the vision and an idea for a great product. How do you turn that brilliant vision into a successful reality? Often the starting point is with a minimum viable product (MVP).
An MVP is a product with a minimum set of features that solves a definite problem in the world. It allows you to spend as little resources as possible to engage your first users and get useful validated feedback for future product development.
Join us at Fire Station 101 to hear Brett Geoghegan’s insights on what your MVP should have, and how to avoid expensive mistakes in creating your first test product.
About Brett Geoghegan
Brett is an Australian startup Founder and Entrepreneur-in-Residence for BlueChilli, heading the BlueChilli Brisbane office. With a background in Design and a start at writing software in BASIC at age ten, Brett has founded three startups (two in San Francisco) and advises companies in Australia and the US on product design.