You don’t need to be a tech-savvy guy to see the potential growth of a Minimum Viable Product. Take Kevin Rose, for example, he started Digg without any coding experience. What did he do to get there? He used his resources and made it happen. Of course, it wasn’t easy, but he had to take advantage of what he did know, making creative visions possible.
90% of startups fail. That’s a pretty sad number. However, it’s pretty awesome that when you do fail, nearly no one will know about it. The media doesn’t care about a startup that failed. Taking the chance as a startup failure can teach you everything you need to know to do it right next time around. So how do you do it?
Take a look at our guide on how to build an MVP as a non-tech founder. Already featured on Slideshare’s homepage as “Hot on Facebook,” and “Today’s Top Slideshare.” If you still have questions, feel free to tweet at us, we’re all ears for helping you to get on your way as an MVP builder.