How do you know if you are ready to start investing in growth or if you need to continue pushing toward Product-Market Fit? This quick 6-question diagnostic can help you decide if you need to continue refining your value proposition with experiments and customer-centric design, if you need to go back to the drawing board and further invest in ideation, or if you have achieved Product-Market Fit and are ready to push for growth.Get started
Yet to acquire a user? We suggest using GV’s five-day sprint methodology to validate your product.
Have a product with at least one user? If yes, then you are searching for product-market fit, and our tool can help.
You may use our tool and find that you need to change your product. In that case, go back to ideation and start again (and again and again)!
– Marc Andreessen
– Eric Ries
“First-to-market seldom matters. Rather, first to product market fit is almost always the long-term winner.”
“In general, hiring before you get product market fit slows you down, and hiring after you get Product-Market Fit speeds you up.”
“The life of any startup can be divided into two parts – before product market fit and after product market fit. When you are BPMF, focus obsessively on getting to Product-Market Fit.”
“Startups need 2-3 times longer to validate their market than most founders expect. We found that 70% of startups scaled prematurely along some dimension.”