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Minimum Viable Product

Minimum Viable Product refers to the first version of a new product in its barest form. In this course, you will have the opportunity to design and create a brand new invention. You will also explore the basic theories behind a business proposal and how to pitch your new invention to a variety of stakeholders.

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About this course

Minimum Viable Product (MVP) refers to the simplest form of a product or service emphasising the core benefits for its intended customers. This course aims to demystify the product design process so that you can take your seed of an idea and grow it on a global scale. With the guidance of Industry Professor Tom Mcbride you’ll uncover the facts, fictions and debunk the myths that surround entrepreneurship and the minimum viable product.

In this course, you will regularly have the opportunity to share and view the work of other learners. By taking this course, you will have the opportunity to not only increase your knowledge, but also a chance to build real relationships with likeminded people. What are you waiting for? Start building your entrepreneurial network today!

Course structure

  1. The essentials of a minimum viable product
  2. Start with a business model, vision and proposal
  3. Business model: assumptions, biases and fallacies
  4. Testing, measuring, analysis and evaluation

Why you should do this course

  • Learn how to define and explain MVP and a how to develop a business proposal
  • Learn how to pitch your proposal to investors, stakeholders or potential partners
  • Learn from experts in the field and share real-life knowledge with your peers
  • Explore cases and examples where MVPs have led to successful businesses
  • To take the next step and gain some vital knowledge required to take your minimum viable product to the next level, enrol in a Master of Information Technology

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