By Sydney Tyler
On Wednesday, July 15th, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) hosted “From Idea to MVP,” where we were joined by Michael Sengbusch, the CEO and Co-Founder of Eletype. Sengbusch is a graduate of Georgia Tech and has since become a dedicated mentor and advisor to many Atlanta-based startups, giving them the proper advice to make their businesses a success.
During the livestream, Sengbusch introduced the process of turning a simple idea into a great technological innovation. According to Sengbush, to achieve such a feat, you must first establish an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) – the minimum version of a product that enables you to get feedback from potential customers. Sengbusch provides an outline to the process of taking an MVP and collecting thorough critiques from consumers. ENI has deliberately packaged the video content of this process into a three-part series for ease of viewing and future reference:
Part 1: Should we build a product?
Part 2: What expectations should you have from your MVP?
Part 3: How do we build an MVP?
Now, with this information outlined, you will be able to transform your MVP into a successful product that makes a lasting impact. Sengbusch also made sure to note that turning an Idea into an MVP is a task that is constantly changing and adapting, as there is always room to improve!
Make sure to subscribe to ENI’s YouTube channel, and check out the easy to follow three-part series sure to help you establish the best minimum viable product possible.
Reach out to our guest speaker, Michael Sengbusch via his LinkedIn account with questions or feedback.