Part 7of the series written in Partnership with Auxilia Global to explore the various steps entailed in product development in going from idea to product to launch. Last week, we explored how to prepare for and launch your product. This week we are going to explore how to keep iterating on your product, adding value and listening to your customers. This is the last part in the series.

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Part 6 of the series written in Partnership with Auxilia Global to explore the various steps entailed in product development in going from idea to product to launch. Last week, we explored how to build your MVP and your feedback loop. This week we will explore how to prepare for your product launch.

You can find the previous articles below:


Part 5 in the series started in Partnership with Auxilia Global to explore the various steps entailed in product development in going from idea to product to launch. Last week, we explored how to define your MVP and build a dummy one. This week, we will be exploring how to build your MVP and create a continuous feedback loop with your customers.

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Part 4 in the series started in Partnership with Auxilia Global to explore the various steps entailed in product development in going from idea to product to launch. Last week, we explored how to ideate with your team and think of various different solutions to your problem statement. This week, we will be exploring how to take all these ideas to help you define, prototype and test your MVP.

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Part 3 in the series started in Partnership with Auxilia Global to explore the various steps entailed in product development in going from idea to product to launch. This week I will focus on ideating solutions and preparing for defining your first MVP.

In particular we will explore the following 2 areas:

  1. Ideation — no boundaries

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Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.

Ideation — no boundaries

You are so early in your journey to building an amazing…


Last week, in partnership with Auxilia Global, I started a series of articles that will explore the various steps entailed in product development in going from idea to product to launch.

The first article was: I have an idea for a product, what now?

In that article I explored how your idea can help you deep-dive and understand the real problem behind it through finding and connecting with your potential customers. …


Written in partnership with Auxilia Global to support female founders around the world.

So, you have an idea for a product that you think will change the world, maybe improve people’s lives or reduce the pain of a lengthy process.

Awesome, but how do you start?

First things, first. You think you have an awesome idea, and this is wonderful, but great ideas exist all over around us, what is it that makes them great products on the other hand is a whole other story. Having an awesome solution to a problem that isn’t really a problem is not going…


This is the second part on how to balance qualitative and quantitative feedback in the next 2 stages of your product; market release and growth. Bonus at the end, a couple of suggestions on how to translate feedback and problems to product features.

If you’ve missed the first part (pre MVP and MVP release), you can find it here.

Market release, your customers are increasing and the quantitative data start making sense!

As your customer or user numbers increase and the data start making more and more sense, it is time to start reducing the time spent with users from…


Did you just build your MVP? Or are you thinking of making one? Perhaps you are on your path to scale and you may be wondering; am I talking to my users enough or should I be focusing more of my time on analysing the data, what is the balance I should strike to understanding my customers and delivering value for them?

If this sounds like you, I’d like to share some of my past experiences to hopefully, help you identify the right balance for your team and your product. Let me start by sharing just a quick overview on…

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