In 2012 I joined Devana Technologies and ManageWP as Head of Customer Experience. A year later I got promoted to Chief Operations Officer and found myself loving the company, it’s the people and its product – as explained in my previous article. In that blog post I compared our team to San Antonio Spurs of the NBA. […]
Target market research is riddled with chances to ruin all the progress you’ve made so far. If you mess up your research and try to sell to a niche that doesn’t exist, it could mean the end of your Minimum Viable Product (MVP) before you’ve really begun.
For all who ever wondered how can an idea for product or service get validated in just 10 days, we are giving the opportunity to find an answer to that question.
You wake up in the morning with a startup idea. It’s perfectly simple and there is little chance of failure. You want to invest $20,000 and you are sure that down the road you will be able to sell the business for $60,000. Thinking about this you decide to calculate how much you earned and get a VC investment. Sounds simple, right?
When it comes to creating a product, one of the principles I learned from a really old school tech guy is the Information model.
Do you need to validate an idea? This post is for you! On this blog post, you will learn some tips about realizing interviews, building users personas and putting them into the persona map.
Have you ever heard about digital nomad families?
How many of you are brave enough to work and travel with kids? Here are the craziest ones…
Almost every city in Europe has a bunch of events for startups to visit. If you don’t want to spend all year long visiting startup conferences you need to read our guide. We can help you find the best events…
Product MeetUp Serbia is organized with a great help of our partners, Startit and KickAssGrowth, but we would like for this to be a Community effort – so any company or any individual that wants to join and share his/hers knowledge in the future is welcome.
Do you continue what you’re doing, or do you pivot? Should you stick to your business model or switch to Plan B? Is there even a Plan B? These are one of the hardest questions for startup founders everywhere.