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Because we believe

success is not coincidence

Statistics say that 75% of startups that are funded by venture capital never return investors money. Bootstrapped startups don’t fare any better.

Building a business isn’t an easy job. To make it a successful one – you’ll require resources, good planing and experienced guidance.

about us

About

The biggest reason for the product failure is the lack of appropriate market. In order to prosper, you must build something people really need.

 

Validating their interests with limited resources can be very hard. Many startups end up wasting a lot of time and money before they reach Product Market fit.

 

By using the Minimum Viable Product approach you can validate ideas before you run out of resources. Our iterative approach focuses on a fast go to market  strategies, customer development and maximizes learning.

Manifesto

We want to

products,

markets and

customers.

1
Ideas can be converted into measurable businesses.
2
Businesses can be measured before they’re developed.
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Developed solutions can be validated by the customers from day one.

TIME AND MONEY ARE EQUALLY IMPORTANT RESOURCES

  • Failing fast is good because it lets you try something else faster.
  • Big spending doesn’t make your chances of success any bigger.
  • If you minimize your feature set you maximize respect to your customers.

MAXIMIZE LEARNINGAND MINIMIZE TIME TO MARKET

  • Being first is better than being better.
  • Every new iteration should bring new knowledge.
  • If an assumption is not risky than it’s not a valuable assumption.

TECHNICAL AND PRODUCT DEBT ARE NECESSARY AND QUANTIFIABLE

  • What can be measured can be managed.
  • Trying to avoid the unavoidable is futile.
  • Perfection is unmanageable and comes with immeasurable expenses.
Who are we?

Team

MVP Workshop

The reality check you need.

We’re team of experienced team managers, product designers and engineers. Each team member has over 10 years of experience.

Together with MVP Workshop community of professionals, we are here to offer you a reality check of your works and help you to level up.

Our community members believe in paying forward and are ready to help you get the best out of your business.

After being with the industry for sixteen years and being involved in multiple product launches and startup exits I came to think that the biggest issue startups face is the fact that most great ideas tend to be counter intuitive.

Validation of a startup idea is hard work.

Startups fail either because of a wrong assumption, bad execution or lack of market. By doing the work incrementally and using Customer Development and MVP design patterns and frameworks you can validate your ideas faster and with less wasted resources.

You can invest your time and money in startups in a smart way, instead of relying on luck and intuition.

Ivan
Business
development

After being with the industry for sixteen years and being involved in multiple product launches and startup exits I came to think that the biggest issue startups face is the fact that most great ideas tend to be counter intuitive.

Validation of a startup idea is hard work.

Startups fail either because of a wrong assumption, bad execution or lack of market. By doing the work incrementally and using Customer Development and MVP design patterns and frameworks you can validate your ideas faster and with less wasted resources.

You can invest your time and money in startups in a smart way, instead of relying on luck and intuition.

Malisa
Research and
development

I love naming things that no one has named.

When you do that you get new patterns and a whole new world. This is especially true in the context of MVP and it’s building phase.

MVP software design patterns are a product of this naming process, Technical debt pattern also, …, or two of my favorites human-centric agile methodology™ and Product-Abstractness Continuum Fit.

Love to mix & match this with various other concepts like sacrificial architecture, strangler pattern, Atwood’s Law, Dietlzer’s law and as output plan and execute the best MVP building phase possible.

Malisa
Research and
development

I always enjoyed leading and mentoring product and design teams. I’ve been on both sides – from having my own agency, startup, and products to working for some of the big names from Fortune 500 list. On the frontline, I experienced rise and fall of good ideas, teams, and solutions.

To me personally, everything revolves around making and breaking stuff.

Through MVP Workshop, I’m looking forward to helping others turning some awesome, or even some weak ideas at first, into reality and making successful businesses out of them.

Antun
Product
and Design

I always enjoyed leading and mentoring product and design teams. I’ve been on both sides – from having my own agency, startup, and products to working for some of the big names from Fortune 500 list. On the frontline, I experienced rise and fall of good ideas, teams, and solutions.

To me personally, everything revolves around making and breaking stuff.

Through MVP Workshop, I’m looking forward to helping others turning some awesome, or even some weak ideas at first, into reality and making successful businesses out of them.

Nemanja
Business
Development

I believe that trust is built on good intentions, integrity, and capabilities, where wanted results are the outcome of these values and actions. The sum of my previous experience is marked by a straight and honest approach, which drives my contribution to our team efforts. In today’s world of constant change, we will strive to bring clarity and actionable solutions.

I am proud to be part of MVP Workshop team, because of the amazing people we’ve gathered here.. people who are actually capable of delivering services and products which will reshape the World as we know it.

Nemanja
Business
Development
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