In the ‘Seedcamp Podcast Series’, we talk with key people in the tech startup industry to hear their stories, key advice and learnings from their experiences.
In this episode, Carlos sat down with Seedcamp Experts in Residence, Keith Wallington (previously at Mimecast) and Taylor Wescoatt (previously eMoov, Timeout and eBay), to discuss product hypothesis and getting to minimum viable product. Both have played roles in scaling businesses and worked with many of Seedcamp’s portfolio, recognising that a lot of companies have more validation for a service than is actually the case. As EIR’s they work to ensure startups are testing their theories to validate their products in the right way.
In this podcast, the three discuss the topic “winners recognise their startup is a series of untested hypothesis” a quote from Steve Blank, author of The Startup Owners Manual.
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- Catch up on – Seedcamp Podcast, Episode 34: Taylor Wescoatt on The Vision Roadmap for Startups (2 of 3)
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