Why commodifying your talents is the perfect business for you

Why commodifying your talents is the perfect business for you

Some of the best entrepreneurs are millennials and Gen Zs, simply because they approach the 9 to 5 lifestyle differently. Whereas older folks upheld corporate hours to a tee, young…
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Understanding The Origins Of Automation (Part 2)

Understanding The Origins Of Automation (Part 2)

The commercial success of If That Then This (IFTTT) didn’t only tell tech entrepreneurs that consumers were willing to learn—it told them that the demand for automaton was high, too….
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Understanding the origins of automation (Part 1)

Understanding the origins of automation (Part 1)

Automation used to exist only in manufacturing companies where packaging toothpaste, jars of sardines, and bottles of shampoo are applicable. Today, automation isn’t hard to get by, as it’s virtually…
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Let Technology Drive Your Startup

Let Technology Drive Your Startup

It comes as no surprise that hundreds of thousands of small businesses in the U.S. have had to permanently close since the pandemic’s entrance. With revenue being especially difficult to…
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Explaining Bubble to Your Investors

Explaining Bubble to Your Investors

First impressions are everything when meeting people, especially when those you’re about to shake hands with can fund your startup. Like evolving studies surrounding the pandemic vaccine, there’s a lot…
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No Code Platforms and Data Security

No Code Platforms and Data Security

Although things aren’t looking up for the globe today, we could’ve had it much worse if the novel coronavirus happened at a time when we didn’t have the internet yet….
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MVP.dev reads: The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

MVP.dev reads: The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

What’s most interesting about Ben Horowitz’s The Hard Thing About Hard Things is that he doesn’t sell a recipe that works for him. Whereas most business books in the market…
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Getting Acquainted with Startup Jargon

Getting Acquainted with Startup Jargon

A decade ago, a lot of these words would ring differently. Today, they’re some of the most used startup jargon by industry insiders and consumers alike. Much like science, a…
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MVPs and No-Code: The Perfect Pair

MVPs and No-Code: The Perfect Pair

These days, the brightest ideas can come from anyone. Thanks to the internet and the growing influence of creative forces, ideas that fill needs and meet demands are abundant. But…
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The leading tech trends in the time of coronavirus

The leading tech trends in the time of coronavirus

Never in the history of histories have we relied on technology the way we do today. As most of us are going through a pandemic for the first time, it…
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MVP.dev reads: The 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

MVP.dev reads: The 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

There are virtually thousands of marketing books available on shelves today, but not all writers can articulate their thoughts the way Allan Dib does. Penned primarily for startup founders and…
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Startup boom in America: the aftermath of a pandemic

Startup boom in America: the aftermath of a pandemic

The recorded growth in applications for new businesses has reached an unmatched high in recent history. According to The Wall Street Journal, new applications for an employer ID reached over…
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Build it and they will come: a myth

Build it and they will come: a myth

In the 1989 film Field of Dreams, Kevin Costner’s character is prompted to brave uncertainty when an unseen force compels him to “build it, and he will come.” Like the…
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MVP.dev reads: Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount

MVP.dev reads: Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount

There aren’t too many mainstream books that shed light on the joys and pains of finding a niche market to sell to. Contrary to other sales books that introduce new…
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Is Bubble Good Enough for Your MVP?

Is Bubble Good Enough for Your MVP?

Before being the global brands they are today, Facebook, Dropbox, and Uber started as Minimum Viable Products. Casually referred to as MVP by business folks, these are trimmed-down versions of…
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I found my product-market fit. What’s next?

I found my product-market fit. What’s next?

Seasoned entrepreneurs can shed light on how they’ve come to find their product-market fit, but there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to the process. Every product is different, every industry novel….
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Understanding The Politics of The Product-Market Fit

Understanding The Politics of The Product-Market Fit

The early 2000s was an era of exciting fashion tastes and eclectic music selections. Pop acts were abundant, and the world of cinema was flourishing. But despite Hollywood’s entertainment boom,…
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Perfecting Your Startup Pitch In 4 Easy Steps

Perfecting Your Startup Pitch In 4 Easy Steps

Pitching startup ideas should be a sport in itself. Studies say that investors go through pitch decks not longer than four minutes only. And for every thousand pitches they gather,…
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MVP.dev reads: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

MVP.dev reads: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

As the book title implies, Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich tackles what kind of mindset one needs to carry to become financially independent. The book is packed with several…
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The agility of startups is pressuring corporations to keep up

The agility of startups is pressuring corporations to keep up

These days it’s no surprise why so many businesses are closing. With no end of the pandemic in sight, establishments everywhere have been bidding goodbye and calling it a night….
Read More
Why commodifying your talents is the perfect business for you

Why commodifying your talents is the perfect business for you

Some of the best entrepreneurs are millennials and Gen Zs, simply because they approach the 9 to 5 lifestyle differently. Whereas older folks upheld corporate hours to a tee, young…
Read More
Understanding The Origins Of Automation (Part 2)

Understanding The Origins Of Automation (Part 2)

The commercial success of If That Then This (IFTTT) didn’t only tell tech entrepreneurs that consumers were willing to learn—it told them that the demand for automaton was high, too….
Read More
Understanding the origins of automation (Part 1)

Understanding the origins of automation (Part 1)

Automation used to exist only in manufacturing companies where packaging toothpaste, jars of sardines, and bottles of shampoo are applicable. Today, automation isn’t hard to get by, as it’s virtually…
Read More
Let Technology Drive Your Startup

Let Technology Drive Your Startup

It comes as no surprise that hundreds of thousands of small businesses in the U.S. have had to permanently close since the pandemic’s entrance. With revenue being especially difficult to…
Read More
Explaining Bubble to Your Investors

Explaining Bubble to Your Investors

First impressions are everything when meeting people, especially when those you’re about to shake hands with can fund your startup. Like evolving studies surrounding the pandemic vaccine, there’s a lot…
Read More
No Code Platforms and Data Security

No Code Platforms and Data Security

Although things aren’t looking up for the globe today, we could’ve had it much worse if the novel coronavirus happened at a time when we didn’t have the internet yet….
Read More
MVP.dev reads: The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

MVP.dev reads: The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

What’s most interesting about Ben Horowitz’s The Hard Thing About Hard Things is that he doesn’t sell a recipe that works for him. Whereas most business books in the market…
Read More
Getting Acquainted with Startup Jargon

Getting Acquainted with Startup Jargon

A decade ago, a lot of these words would ring differently. Today, they’re some of the most used startup jargon by industry insiders and consumers alike. Much like science, a…
Read More
MVPs and No-Code: The Perfect Pair

MVPs and No-Code: The Perfect Pair

These days, the brightest ideas can come from anyone. Thanks to the internet and the growing influence of creative forces, ideas that fill needs and meet demands are abundant. But…
Read More
The leading tech trends in the time of coronavirus

The leading tech trends in the time of coronavirus

Never in the history of histories have we relied on technology the way we do today. As most of us are going through a pandemic for the first time, it…
Read More
MVP.dev reads: The 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

MVP.dev reads: The 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

There are virtually thousands of marketing books available on shelves today, but not all writers can articulate their thoughts the way Allan Dib does. Penned primarily for startup founders and…
Read More
Startup boom in America: the aftermath of a pandemic

Startup boom in America: the aftermath of a pandemic

The recorded growth in applications for new businesses has reached an unmatched high in recent history. According to The Wall Street Journal, new applications for an employer ID reached over…
Read More
Build it and they will come: a myth

Build it and they will come: a myth

In the 1989 film Field of Dreams, Kevin Costner’s character is prompted to brave uncertainty when an unseen force compels him to “build it, and he will come.” Like the…
Read More
MVP.dev reads: Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount

MVP.dev reads: Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount

There aren’t too many mainstream books that shed light on the joys and pains of finding a niche market to sell to. Contrary to other sales books that introduce new…
Read More
Is Bubble Good Enough for Your MVP?

Is Bubble Good Enough for Your MVP?

Before being the global brands they are today, Facebook, Dropbox, and Uber started as Minimum Viable Products. Casually referred to as MVP by business folks, these are trimmed-down versions of…
Read More
I found my product-market fit. What’s next?

I found my product-market fit. What’s next?

Seasoned entrepreneurs can shed light on how they’ve come to find their product-market fit, but there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to the process. Every product is different, every industry novel….
Read More
Understanding The Politics of The Product-Market Fit

Understanding The Politics of The Product-Market Fit

The early 2000s was an era of exciting fashion tastes and eclectic music selections. Pop acts were abundant, and the world of cinema was flourishing. But despite Hollywood’s entertainment boom,…
Read More
Perfecting Your Startup Pitch In 4 Easy Steps

Perfecting Your Startup Pitch In 4 Easy Steps

Pitching startup ideas should be a sport in itself. Studies say that investors go through pitch decks not longer than four minutes only. And for every thousand pitches they gather,…
Read More
MVP.dev reads: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

MVP.dev reads: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

As the book title implies, Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich tackles what kind of mindset one needs to carry to become financially independent. The book is packed with several…
Read More
The agility of startups is pressuring corporations to keep up

The agility of startups is pressuring corporations to keep up

These days it’s no surprise why so many businesses are closing. With no end of the pandemic in sight, establishments everywhere have been bidding goodbye and calling it a night….
Read More
Why commodifying your talents is the perfect business for you

Why commodifying your talents is the perfect business for you

Some of the best entrepreneurs are millennials and Gen Zs, simply because they approach the 9 to 5 lifestyle differently. Whereas older folks upheld corporate hours to a tee, young…
Read More
Understanding The Origins Of Automation (Part 2)

Understanding The Origins Of Automation (Part 2)

The commercial success of If That Then This (IFTTT) didn’t only tell tech entrepreneurs that consumers were willing to learn—it told them that the demand for automaton was high, too….
Read More
Understanding the origins of automation (Part 1)

Understanding the origins of automation (Part 1)

Automation used to exist only in manufacturing companies where packaging toothpaste, jars of sardines, and bottles of shampoo are applicable. Today, automation isn’t hard to get by, as it’s virtually…
Read More
Let Technology Drive Your Startup

Let Technology Drive Your Startup

It comes as no surprise that hundreds of thousands of small businesses in the U.S. have had to permanently close since the pandemic’s entrance. With revenue being especially difficult to…
Read More
Explaining Bubble to Your Investors

Explaining Bubble to Your Investors

First impressions are everything when meeting people, especially when those you’re about to shake hands with can fund your startup. Like evolving studies surrounding the pandemic vaccine, there’s a lot…
Read More
No Code Platforms and Data Security

No Code Platforms and Data Security

Although things aren’t looking up for the globe today, we could’ve had it much worse if the novel coronavirus happened at a time when we didn’t have the internet yet….
Read More
MVP.dev reads: The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

MVP.dev reads: The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

What’s most interesting about Ben Horowitz’s The Hard Thing About Hard Things is that he doesn’t sell a recipe that works for him. Whereas most business books in the market…
Read More
Getting Acquainted with Startup Jargon

Getting Acquainted with Startup Jargon

A decade ago, a lot of these words would ring differently. Today, they’re some of the most used startup jargon by industry insiders and consumers alike. Much like science, a…
Read More
MVPs and No-Code: The Perfect Pair

MVPs and No-Code: The Perfect Pair

These days, the brightest ideas can come from anyone. Thanks to the internet and the growing influence of creative forces, ideas that fill needs and meet demands are abundant. But…
Read More
The leading tech trends in the time of coronavirus

The leading tech trends in the time of coronavirus

Never in the history of histories have we relied on technology the way we do today. As most of us are going through a pandemic for the first time, it…
Read More
MVP.dev reads: The 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

MVP.dev reads: The 1-Page Marketing Plan by Allan Dib

There are virtually thousands of marketing books available on shelves today, but not all writers can articulate their thoughts the way Allan Dib does. Penned primarily for startup founders and…
Read More
Startup boom in America: the aftermath of a pandemic

Startup boom in America: the aftermath of a pandemic

The recorded growth in applications for new businesses has reached an unmatched high in recent history. According to The Wall Street Journal, new applications for an employer ID reached over…
Read More
Build it and they will come: a myth

Build it and they will come: a myth

In the 1989 film Field of Dreams, Kevin Costner’s character is prompted to brave uncertainty when an unseen force compels him to “build it, and he will come.” Like the…
Read More
MVP.dev reads: Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount

MVP.dev reads: Fanatical Prospecting by Jeb Blount

There aren’t too many mainstream books that shed light on the joys and pains of finding a niche market to sell to. Contrary to other sales books that introduce new…
Read More
Is Bubble Good Enough for Your MVP?

Is Bubble Good Enough for Your MVP?

Before being the global brands they are today, Facebook, Dropbox, and Uber started as Minimum Viable Products. Casually referred to as MVP by business folks, these are trimmed-down versions of…
Read More
I found my product-market fit. What’s next?

I found my product-market fit. What’s next?

Seasoned entrepreneurs can shed light on how they’ve come to find their product-market fit, but there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to the process. Every product is different, every industry novel….
Read More
Understanding The Politics of The Product-Market Fit

Understanding The Politics of The Product-Market Fit

The early 2000s was an era of exciting fashion tastes and eclectic music selections. Pop acts were abundant, and the world of cinema was flourishing. But despite Hollywood’s entertainment boom,…
Read More
Perfecting Your Startup Pitch In 4 Easy Steps

Perfecting Your Startup Pitch In 4 Easy Steps

Pitching startup ideas should be a sport in itself. Studies say that investors go through pitch decks not longer than four minutes only. And for every thousand pitches they gather,…
Read More
MVP.dev reads: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

MVP.dev reads: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

As the book title implies, Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich tackles what kind of mindset one needs to carry to become financially independent. The book is packed with several…
Read More
The agility of startups is pressuring corporations to keep up

The agility of startups is pressuring corporations to keep up

These days it’s no surprise why so many businesses are closing. With no end of the pandemic in sight, establishments everywhere have been bidding goodbye and calling it a night….
Read More
MVP.dev closed its doors on June 28, 2024 and is no longer taking clients.
MVP.dev closed its doors on June 28, 2024 and is no longer taking clients.
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