Here at reinteractive we have a lot of experience building apps from the ground up. We’ve worked with many clients, big and small and have built up a wide range of knowledge over the years. Now, we’re sharing this with you!
Identifying your Minimum Viable Product’s key feature set
In our next webinar, we’ll show you how to:
- Cut down scope to a bare minimum
- Identify your key feature set
- Determine who your users are
- Determine the problems you are trying to solve
Bring along your questions and join us for a discussion to learn how to apply these to your own business or idea.
Join us on Wednesday August 27, 2014 as reinteractive Founder Mikel Lindsaar and Development Manager James McGrath conduct an open discussion on the identifying your Minimum Viable Product’s key feature set. They will be making themselves available to answer questions, so be sure to bring yours along!
Date: Wednesday, 27 August 2014
RSVP: On our webinar registration page
Register for this live interactive webinar today and don't forget to bring along your questions!
**You can now view the recording of this webinar on our YouTube Channel.
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