Real Startup MVP Failure - A CTO’s Perspective CoderBunker

Shanghai | Posted: 29 june 2020, number: 14457
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Agora Space, international coworking space
Agora Space, international coworking space

Address: ShanghaiXuhui distr., 上海市徐汇区番禺路1199弄

  • Date: 02/07/2020 
  • Time: 6pm 
Building an MVP - A Case Study
It is no easy task bringing a product to market as there are many risks and expenses involved. Developing a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a practical solution to reduce the risks associated with launching a product. An MVP is the simplest version of the product used to test the underlying assumptions of a business model.
In this case analysis, Pranav Maranganty will describe his personal experience working with a start-up, including his involvement in tech development, and issues faced while developing an MVP. Pranav will also be discussing the key stakeholders’role in decision making during the development process.
Through the reflections on his personal experience on building an MVP, Pranav will teach you how to take advantage of opportunities and mitigate the impact of the common issues seen during the development of an MVP.
Join us this Thursday, July 2nd at Agora Space from 7 pm to 9 pm.
For RSVP, please click the following link:
Event itinerary:
18:00 Event check-in
19:00 Networking with pizzas
19:30 Presentation by Pranav
20:30 Q&A
21:00 More pizza and networking
Speaker: Pranav Maranganty
Pranav is an entrepreneur, product manager, and developer with over 15 years of experience. He is an expert at managing teams and building products at the cutting edge of technology. He has built products across telecommunications, medical devices, and computer vision. He is currently working on next-generation deFi solutions.