One of the most important thing in two sided marketplace is to build up a trust! Have you ever played The game of trust? Tough one. Right?
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.
Starting your own business or creating something new none of this is easy to do. But with the right approach or right MVP type, building business doesn’t need to be a struggle.
You know what your MVP is but not sure which type is best for your business? In the sea of MVP types it’s sometimes hard to swim, so let’s group them a bit.
Building a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a strategy for avoiding the development of products that customers do not want.
Languages fall along a continuum of abstractness, from the most powerful all the way down to machine languages, which themselves vary in power.
Building a website capable of measuring public reception requires careful planning…