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Why do startup founders create MVPs? Here are some good reasons:
It’s hard to create a fantastic product in a vacuum. Founders often take time to research their target audience, but they ultimately have no way of finding out how these people would react to their app. Launching an MVP offers them an opportunity to do just that. Gathering feedback early on is crucial to the success of every product. It just doesn’t make sense to spend tons of money on features users don’t need.
By releasing an MVP swiftly, founders get to mark their specialty down early on and start building relationships with customers that will provide the foundation for later success.
MVP isn’t only about the initial period of developing your product. It brings benefits into the later stages of software development as well. MVP helps to prevent developers from stuffing your app with features, leaving only what’s truly important. That creates room for updates and new features customers want later on. Moreover, it’s easier to tell whether new features you plan to add are relevant to the value of your product.