- Informations: Musician / Entrepreneur / Professor
- My advice / My idea:
Minimum Viable Product + Product-Market-Fit = Growth Potential
If you want to create a startup, you want to make the smallest/fastest version of providing some type of value. Then, you want to immediately get this in the hands of lots of potential users/audience until you see that it's consistently resonating with a certain market. This means you have potentially found the right market for you and that's the market you should scale reaching (proper marketing; ads, influencers, etc.) -- avoid the temptation to do any type of marketing at scale until you have Product-Market-Fit. And if you completely fail to find any market that finds value in what you've made, you either have to improve your minimum viable version so it's better, or you may have proven that *there is no market* for what you've made which is also good to know so you can move on to a different project.
- My expertise about the subject: I've founded multiple startups and advised countless others.
- My potential limits as a mentor: Pretty confident in this one :-)
- What expertise I’d like to find among the network, to complete mine?: Always curious to know how others do it!