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The end of the (startup) world as we know it

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Lean Startup and Customer Development basics; MVP, the pivot, funnel, product-market fit, value path

Lean Startup and Customer Development basics; MVP, the pivot, funnel, product-market fit, value path

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  • Ask audience if they are doing a Lean startup. And ask them why.
  • Ask audience if they are doing a Lean startup. And ask them why.
  • Ask audience if they are doing a Lean startup. And ask them why.
  • Ask audience if they are doing a Lean startup. And ask them why.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • By now, you know what it is. Customer Development + Agile Development.
  • It can – but they are not to be confused.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.
  • The biggest risk you face is building something no one wants.

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  • 1. The end of the (startup) world as we know it UCSD Nov 10, 2010
    • Brant Cooper
    • @brantcooper
    • marketbynumbers.com
  • 2. The New Startup Reality
    • Global
    • Inexpensive
    • Social
    • Data-intelligent
    • Savvy
  • 3. The End of the (Startup) World As We Know It
    • 100s of thousands of Entrepreneurs
    • Lean Startups to prove business model
    • Capital to serve entrepreneurs (not vice versa)
    • End of the dominance of the “big win”
    • Creating an economic “Innovation Machine”
  • 4. Basic Tenet of a Lean Startup
    • Your business model will change
    • You have limited $
    •  Maximize pivots/$
  • 5. Product + Customer Development
  • 6. Philosophy Question your assumptions Get out of the building Don’t “Just Do It”
  • 7. Principles The 4 Steps Iterate vs Pivot MVP= Viable is as important as Minimum Product Market Fit is not a binary state Launch early <> Marketing Launch Customer Development <> Data
  • 8. Pivot
  • 9. Minimum Viable Product
  • 10. Product-Market Fit
    • The Shangri-La of startups
    • - You know you’re there when you don’t have to ask
    • - You have scalability issues
    • You grow despite your flaws
    • You look and feel young, but are growing old quickly
    • You may get there today and be lost tomorrow
  • 11. Nail it Before You Scale it
    • Pre-mature Self-Aggrandization is Anathema
    • - PR is vanity
    • - “Launch early” means get users while imperfect
    • - Marketing launch = fill up your funnel
    • Pre P-M fit do the former, not the latter
    • Tech crunch bump can be deadly
  • 12. Customer Development Practices Business Model Whiteboard Document Your Assumptions Build MVP to Minimize Risk Flip your Funnel Get Out of the Building
  • 13. Business Model White Board
  • 14. Core Business Assumptions
    • Who is your customer
    • What Problem are you solving
    • What is the proposed (high-level) solution?
  • 15. MVP
    • What functionality do you propose?
    • What features are your early adopters asking for?
    • What do you hope to achieve with your MVP?
    • What “currency” is your customer willing to pay?
  • 16. Flip Your Funnel
  • 17. Get Out of the Building
    • “ Just Do it” scenarios (ie no #custdev)
    • You hit out of the park, you don’t care. Good Job. Ka Ching. Break a leg.
    • Otherwise, you are lost.
  • 18. Next: Lean Startup
  • 19. Lean Startups ≠ Bootstrapping
  • 20. Lean Startups ≠ Small
  • 21. Lean Startups ≠ Dictatorship of the Customer Your customer
  • 22. Lean Startups ≠ Deterministic
  • 23. Lean Startups ≠ Any Guarantee of Success
  • 24. Resources @sgblank – www.steveblank.com @ericries – startuplessonslearned.com @seanellis – startup-marketing.com @hnshah – blog.kissmetrics.com @richcollins – LSC google group
  • 25. 20% Discount CODE: UCSD PDF http://CustDev.com Paperback (AMAZON) http://bit.ly/EGCDPaperback Kindle (AMAZON) http://bit.ly/EGCDKindle Contact Info: [email_address] @vlaskovits http://vlaskovits.com @brantcooper http://marketbynumbers.com