A Minimum Viable App is the holy grail for people who want to launch and operate a successful app-based startup. This is true whether the app is designed to package and sell media, create a market place where buyers and sellers can connect, or it deliver products and services people want.
In this live online workshop you learn how to swiftly create an app that people love, what a Minimum Viable App is and how to create and release one quickly. Whether you have an idea for an app you have been thinking about for a while, or you a founder who has had their startup derailed by the inability to create an app investors like, you will find this an important event to attend.
To get this recorded workshop, just click I WANT THIS, then provide payment information. Open the confirmation email and click View Product to view the videos and download the workbooks.
This recorded workshop video comes with a workbook that reviews the content covered and provides links to development tools and market testing procedures that will make creating your app easier.
Topics addressed in this workshop include:
- Using Apps to Promote, Deliver, & Sell Your Media, Products, and Services
- What a Minimum Viable App Is and Why Minimum is the Key Word
- What a Minimum Viable App Must Prove in Order to Be Successful
- A Road Map for Swiftly Building a Minimum Viable App From the Ground Up
- Tools & Techniques for Designing & Building a Minimum Viable App Fast
- How Great Apps Fail to Receive Financial Support From Investors
- Simple Mistakes That Set You Back Years
- Bonus: How to Build & Release a Simple App in 7 Days
You also receive several videos and workbooks covering Intellectual Property Right Fundamentals, Due Diligence, and Contract Law Fundamentals which cover information those creating apps need to know in order to protect themselves and their work.
If you have questions about this workshop reach out to email@example.com.
For more information about Nancy Fulton, including her work with apps and startups, visit www.linkedin.com/in/nancyfulton.
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