Achieving the product-market fit (PMF) is probably one of the hardest things when building a startup. It’s not just about having a great idea but solving a real problem that is significant enough.
There are many consistent mistakes that founders tend to make, but luckily, there are also foundational steps you can take to make it right from the first place. Here’s what you should know.
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The pre-product-market fit playbook
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10 learnings from René Lacerte, CEO of Bill.com