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The Minimum Viable Product – The Humble Origins Of Great Companies

The Minimum Viable Product – The Humble Origins Of Great Companies

A Minimum Viable Product has just those features that allow the product to be deployed, and no more. The art of successful startups is in defining what is absolutely necessary and what is secondary. Here are examples of MVPs that turned out to be the beginning of great companies.

Related: The True Nature Of Minimum Viable Product (Aka MVP)


Source: Funders and Founders

[Editor’s Note:  This article was written by Anna Vital and originally published at Funders And Founders. Copyright 2013.]

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Anna Vital


Anna Vital is an infographic author and visual journalist at Funders and Founders. She loves to visualize the lives of people, companies, and ideas. Her dream is to create a visual encyclopedia where every entry is an infographic. Anna holds a Juris Doctor and a BA in Linguistics. She speaks Chinese and Ukrainian. She is excited to see how her visual thinking method can help people visualize their own ideas.
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