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The Art of the Customer Development Conversation

Generally speaking:

Pre-Problem-Solution Fit, you concentrate on learning as much as you can about the problem, who are the real customers (user? buyer? boss?), and possible solutions.

Pre-Minimum Viable Product, you concentrate of learning, developing and testing the minimum features and functionality required o solve the problem to a degree the customer will buy.

Pre-Product-Market Fit, you concentrate on learning about funnels, testing messaging and positioning, and likely iterating on product and market segment in search of P-M fit.

Elevator Pitch

Note: Originally published at SANDIOS.

Everyone has heard of the "elevator pitch" and all entrepreneurs know they need one. Right? I'm talking about the ability to tell your business story in the time it takes the elevator to get the floor where your audience will egress. While everyone knows they need one, the confidence imbued in entrepreneurs -- necessary to be an entrepreneur -- often results in the overconfident belief that the pitch will magically flow when the time comes.

While I'm sure this sometimes works, the strategy is a mistake. Continue reading “Elevator Pitch” »

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