Yesterday morning I had the pleasure of talking for two hours with Javier Megías megias ), “artisan consultant in innovative strategies for companies and startups”, as defined in his personal blog . We decided to hire Javier as a consultant in order for him to provide a realistic, strategic vision supported by his experience to an idea that has been “maturing” for more than a year and for which the time seems to be coming . I’m sorry but I have to say: we got a lot more out of the meeting than we expected.
The need to test ourselves, without investing too much
Well, I’ll give you some clue. Our idea consists of creating a mobile and web application that would help solve a problem category email list that more and more people suffer in today’s society . We could leave it there. From there and from the many questions and reflections that we shared at the meeting, an issue arose that worries us a lot: How could we test if it really fulfills its function with a reduced set of “guinea pigs”?
Masticar!, I haven't thought of another word other than coballa
It is very likely that, from use, many questions will arise that we have not considered and even that the absolute truths from which we start will become partial truths. So, it would be ideal to be able to “test” with a small Mobile Number List group of people if our solution is really viable and works as well as being able to mature it both in terms of business model and in terms of usability and functionality. Maybe in other types of businesses it is easy but, in this case, like a bolt of lightning, here I go and say: “ But we can’t spend the money on developing the application just to test if it would work or not!” .