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MVP robots don’t need to be robots | Steve Blank


curated by | July 29, 2013

A minimum viable product (MVP) is not always a smaller/cheaper version of your final product. Defining the goal for a MVP can save you tons of time, money and grief. Drones over the Heartland I ran

The Robot Launch Pad‘s insight:

One of several current robot startups who are getting customers right now for a product that isn’t really robotic. But they’re getting customers, learning the market and will be able to support the costs of developing their next robotic product. MVP. It works.

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