Expansion Bridge MVP Challenge 2012

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Expansion Bridge MVP Challenge 2012

  1. 1. SAN FRANCISCO AND SILICON VALLEY ENTREPRENEURS Are you ready to build your tech start-up?
  2. 2. MVP Challenge 2012Jump Start Your Start-up!
  3. 3. Expansion Bridge wants to help you make it happen. 2012 No More Excuses
  4. 4. Minimum Viable Product“the minimum viable product is that version of a new product whichallows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.” – Eric Ries What is MVP?
  5. 5. STEP 1: Your Team Creates a Mock Up of Your Web or Mobile App (min. of 2 person team)MVP Challenge Step 1
  6. 6. Step 2: Create a 2 min. pitch videoMVP Challenge Step 2
  7. 7. Step 3: Submit Your Mock-Up & Video to Expansion Bridge’s Website By November 8th, 2012MVP Challenge Step 3
  8. 8. Winners Are Determined On Nov 23th, 20125 finalist teams are invited to join us for a round table lunch where they get feedback advice from investors. Grand Prize: Your Mock-Up Will be created by an experienced Expansion Bridge Software developing team Winners
  9. 9. Tools for Success: leanlaunchlab.com balsamiq.comSponsors + Tools for Success
  10. 10. Start Date: August 16th 2012Submission Deadline: Nov 8thst, 2012Finals: Dec 5th, 2012Round Table Lunch + Announcement of Winners! Contest Dates
  11. 11. MVP Mock Up Must be submitted by Nov 8th 2012 on the ExpansionBridge Website- Must be a tech/web based product mock-up- Must use Lean Start-Up Methods Requirements
  12. 12. TBD Judges & Panel
  13. 13. Grand Prize:MVP Mock-Up Created by E.B. team ($25,000 Value) 2nd Prize: Dinner with Investors to get Feedback & Advice 3rd Prize: TBD Prizes

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