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Startup Competitive Analysis Made Easy

Startup Competitive Analysis Made Easy

A startup competitor analysis (SCA) helps entrepreneurs and to-be founders understand their competition by looking at how their competitors are addressing the pain point that your startup is planning to address. It is an important step in creating your business plan. SCAs provide valuable information such as product features, pricing models, marketing strategies, customer acquisition […]

Can a Non-Tech Founder Develop a Tech Product?

Some people assume that only developers or those with technical backgrounds can build successful products, and an entrepreneur without technical knowledge cannot succeed. Many non-tech entrepreneurs with great ideas keep them to themselves because they think it’s too hard to develop a tech product. Fortunately, this is just a popular misconception; in reality, there are […]

Tech Mistakes Your Startup Must Avoid to Succeed

As an early-stage tech startup founder or someone planning to become one, it is important that you are aware of the common pitfalls that you will most likely encounter on your journey. In this article, we will list five of the biggest mistakes entrepreneurs make and explain them with examples. After reading through this article, […]

3 Questions to Ask While Scoping Out Your Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

You have a great idea and you feel it’s time to build it out. Even though your idea is very promising, you want to be very careful not to kill it with poor execution or running out of budget. You’re asking your friends for recommendations for an expert or you already have someone in mind. You’ve decided that going the MVP route is theright approach. At this point, you have a few questions to answer before diving in tobuild your MVP: Who is the consumer of your MVP?  How do you pick the right set of features for your MVP?  Given that your MVP will have only a few features, how do you  ensure that your customers stay invested and interested in  your offering? Let’s deal with them one by one.  Who is the consumer of your MVP?  MVP by […]