Webinar by The Hatch Institute on MVP – Manish Singhal

According to Start up Genome report‚ almost half the start–ups do not celebrate their first birthdays. Once they are past that hurdle‚ almost 90% of the ventures fail while scaling up!

As an entrepreneur, with limited time & resources at your hand‚ you feel like a pilot trying to take off before you outrun the runway! You have to find who you are as a business & who your customer is quickly and with minimal investments. That is what will give you a significant advantage in the marketplace.

This webinar explores how to use MVP (Minimum Viable Products) as a strategy to ensure your venture’s smooth and safe take–off!

Take aways from the workshop :
1. Concept of MVPs
2. How to apply MVP strategy on your business
3. Fine Tune your MVPs



Author: Prajakt Raut

Prajakt Raut is the founder of Applyifi.com, and author of the book for startups - ‘Starting Up & Fund Raising’ Prajakt personal goal in life is to encourage and assist a 100,000 people to become entrepreneurs. _____________ Prajakt is the founder of Applyifi - an online platform that provides startups a 36-point scorecard and assessment report on the venture's investment readiness [www.applyifi.com], and helps them improve their odds of getting funded. Prajakt is also the founding partner of The Growth Labs, a platform where growth-stage companies get sharp, incisive advice from senior professionals and experienced entrepreneurs. [www.thegrowthlabs.in] Before starting Applyifi, Prajakt was the head of operations at IAN, founding member of a leading incubator, and the Asia-Director for TiE (2004 - 2007). Previously Prajakt had co-founded Orange Cross, a healthcare services company, and was part of the founding team member of Idealake Technologies. While in college Prajakt had founded a printing business and has spent over 10 years working in leading advertising agencies. Prajakt’s book, ‘Starting Up & Fund Raising’, helps startups understand an investor’s perspective, and helps them improve their odds of getting funded. The book also helps entrepreneurs understand the building blocks of a business.

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