How should I get my MVP built? A valid question, however, building and launching an MVP is simply one of the tools at a founder's disposal to hit the real goal - finding problem/solution fit.
This session draws on Jeeva and Ash's experience bringing 20+ products to market (from idea to customer live). They’ll share learnings from a few case studies as a way of illustrating how the process feels like when done right - and yes, they’ll also cover ways to go about building your MVP, and how some great startups didn’t “build”.
- What is the goal of an MVP?
- What do good vs bad MVPs look like
- What is the problem/solution fit, and why this has to happen before product-market fit
About the Speakers
Under the stewardship of Jeeva Suresh, Helix Collective has helped many early-stage startups find their feet and has been involved in over 24 ventures at the zero to one stage over the last seven years.
Jeeva is an entrepreneurial engineer. His insights enable him to nut out and deliver the real priorities on any project with a tight focus on how technology can be best leveraged to deliver business outcomes.
Ash van der Spuy is the Head of the Helix Collective Venture Studio, which coaches startup founders, and builds MVPs to help them go from zero to one. With a history of startup advising, and corporate consulting, he has a wealth of business knowledge.
Fishburners is much more than a coworking space. We are a not for profit, passionate community of 300+ scalable tech startups that only exists thanks to our amazing sponsors - Google for Startups, UTS, Chartered Accountants, and Jobs for NSW.
We are dedicated to inspiring and helping startups get started, grow and succeed. Our goal is to make the hardest thing you’ve ever done easier. Being a Fishburners member means that you'll have the right connections, tools, facilities, resources, learning and development, and mentoring for your idea to come to life and flourish.