ReStartUp 6. With a little help from my friends

It’s just as important to have a good idea as it is be able to sell it. And while the entrepreneurs for “Kate’s Touch” have found an interesting possible market niche, in the 6th episode they seem to be having trouble getting the attention of not only investors but also clients. 

To make things even more difficult, Christopher is saturated with his workload and the fact that his colleagues don’t understand just how much time needs to be put in. Let’s see what happens to Kate and her friends’ software when the put it to the test in a new demo!

 

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Cole

Cole Byrn

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That is not the way to get noticed. You should never go to a tech fair or startup event without having an MVP ready to show potential clients and investors.
29/12/2015 3 0 1
Christian

Christian Atz

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On many events I feel not even an MVP is enough and you get only listen to when you have (paying) customers.
19/02/2016 1 0 0
Maria

Maria Coco

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I agree
29/12/2015 2 0 2
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