Event: Applying Agile Principles to Minimise Your Launch Risk

Gabriel Gizotti
November 14, 2014

We’re super excited to be invited back to hear Founder of reinteractive Mikel Lindsaar speak at StartNest in Sydney.

What will Mikel be talking about?

So, you have an idea for an awesome new software product? That’s pretty exciting! But, before deciding on what you are going to build and spending a bunch of your time and money to get this going, it is a good idea to be sure that the market you are targeting wants the same thing as you think they do.

How can you figure this out? You can de-risk the product by developing a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to test on your users and work out whether your original idea is going to fly with your target customers or not. This MVP doesn’t even need to be code, we promise!

At reinteractive, we do this using Agile software development. We deliver products to our clients early and often rather than going for the big bang approach of delivering the end “perfect” product months or even years down the track, never knowing if it is right.

With so many thoughts and ideas running through your head, it can be difficult to know which of your many features are going to be the key, but it is important to prioritise and include only a few to minimise your risk. How do you separate the things you “have to have” from the things you’d “like to have”? Mikel has years of experience helping reinteractive’s customers figure this out. So, come along to this talk to find out!

When and where is the talk?

Date: Wednesday, 10 December 2014
Time: 6pm
Place: StartNest, 65 Hume St, Crows Nest, NSW

Can’t wait to see you all there!

If you’d like Mikel to share his expertise at one of your meetup, just reach out. We’d love to help!

**You can now view the recording of this talk on our YouTube Channel.