In the last one year, the Indian startup ecosystem has taken off and continues its upward flight – fueled majorly by a huge influx of money and more VCs willing to offer startups an early stage launchpad.
Startup employees are giving up on their jobs to push-start their own ventures, exemplary alumni are leading public opinion to overpower the confines of convention. Their display of extraordinary balance of risk & skill to create some life-changing success stories is promising, encouraging and to say the least, inspiring.
But there has been a phenomenal shift in the mindset of founders – they are now creating Investor First products against the earlier focus on agility, mobile-first, etc.
Investor First product. Does it ring a bell?
I will help to decode the new entrant in market lexicon, with a few hypothetical, yet insightful conversations:
The very own and not-so-dear product
Situation: Founders brainstorming to create something revolutionary