In our years of experience helping startups build quality products, we’ve seen our fair share of issues that ultimately led to failure. Fortunately, when we were called in on time, the situation could be salvaged, but not at the expense of a lot of time, high costs, and a ton of hard work having been wasted by that point.
With this white paper, we want to help you avoid spending months or years in vain by sharing some of the most common red flags we’ve seen that indicate an MVP (minimal viable product) is doomed to fail.
We’ve distilled these into six points that you can gauge your startup against, using the questions we’ve included alongside each one. Answer them honestly and use them as helpful prompts to help you identify any weak areas in your startup that may require special attention.
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