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November 13, 2016

[Video] Can I build an MVP without a team? – Bobby’s Minute, ep. 53

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Contrary to what some people may think, I actually recommend not having a team before testing the MVP. And I’ve got a solid argument to explain myself.

What’s an MVP? See here.

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Transcript:

Can I build an MVP without a team?

It really depends on the MVP. If it’s a technical MVP and you don’t know how to do technical stuff, you kind of need at least one partner. If it’s not something technical, then yes, you can build an MVP without a team. It actually is better if you can build an MVP before hiring the team because you shouldn’t hire the team if you’re not sure that the company creates a product that has a market.

So, yeah, build it without a team if you can. If you can’t, try to find a co-founder instead of hiring someone and then build the MVP. If there is no other solution, obviously, find some team and work with them but it’s not the the most important thing when you’re building an MVP you just need to have something to show to your potential market.

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