In part 3 of our Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Webinar series, reinteractive’s Development Manager James McGrath and Founder Mikel Lindsaar will go over the processes of developing and launching your MVP. We will share our tips on how to choose the best development team for your product and how to make your launch a success.
Topic: Developing and launching your MVP
Date: Wednesday, 23 July
Time: 10am - 11am
Register: On our webinar registration page
We can’t wait to see you there!
If you've missed part 1 & 2
Part 1 - What and why of MVP
We take you through the processes and share our tips on developing a Minimum Viable Product. Developing a MVP lets you get to market quicker, reduce risk, learn from your users and experiment with marketing, so be to check the recording out!
Part 2 - Identifying your MVP's key feature set
We look at different ways to cut down scope to a bare minimum and share some examples of those techniques. If you're building your MVP be sure to take some time to watch this recording.
If there is a topic that you’d like covered in our upcoming webinar series, we'd love to hear it! Let us know in the comments below.
**You can now view the recording of this webinar on our YouTube Channel.
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