Your idea is worth exactly nothing until it is implemented and successfully sold itself at least once.
The key point here is implementation.
Getting your idea to market quickly is critical in this day and age, taking your idea from concept to reviewed wireframes and then into a usable Minimum Viable Product can be fraught with problems, pitfalls and angst.
So what is the fastest way to get to product? What framework would you use and why? How do you ensure you get maximum bang for buck?
Find out next week!
Mikel Lindsaar will be doing a talk at StartNest Sydney, where he will go over the successful methods he implements at reInteractive to get startups and established businesses up off the ground and running with their idea through 5 distinct stages of development.
When: Wednesday 13th November , 6pm - 8pm
Where: StartNest is a co-working space for technology focused businesses and freelancers in Sydney’s North Shore. StartNest is on the Ground Floor at 65 Hume Street Crows Nest.
RSVP: Find out all the details and RSVP on the meet up page.
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