3. Why we stopped building MVP’s

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That definition for MVP is quite vague. We’ve seen corporates spent up to € 200k in development to create their first MVP, agencies using the word MVP for a product that does not have enough budget, but have also seen startups spent only half an hour on their MVP to get it out and start learning.

At NEXT we decided to drop the word MVP and use solution experiment, prototype, or first version instead.

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