In today’s show we are joined by Bram Kanstein - @Bramk - Founder of No-Code MVP - https://nocodemvp.com. Prior to No-Code MVP, Bram has built and sold x3 businesses including Startup Stash - https://startupstash.com and in today’s episode we are going to be exploring Bram’s philosophy and methodology for building and launching products. From starting out with an idea, to testing traction channels to acquire those initial customers. This episode provides us with great practical advice on how to successfully launch a Minimal, Viable, Product, fast.
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Intro’s - Journey to becoming a Non-Technical Internet Entrepreneur. Being focused on starting the business, not scaling them.
First products - the first experiments, the learnings that lead to Startup Stash.
“Nobody cares about your idea” - And how to find the people who care.
The Traction Channels that worked for Startup Stash.
Before you ask for something, you have to give some value.
What metrics to measure for your MVP. Timebox this process.
Shrinking the big vision...for now.
What is the No-Code MVP?
Advice to first time founders.
Businesses you can start...without code.
Thoughts on the No-Code space and addressing the “does no-code scale” question.
Experiences from exiting x3 businesses. How did it happen? The magic of the internet.
Quickfire round - learnings, recommended startups
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