Repeat PM turned first-time founder Ryan Glasgow addresses the tough product questions every founder faces, from segmenting the market and iterating on early MVPs, to finding product/market fit and… Open at source
Narrowing in on a market and finding the right customer. Building out the first version of the product. Teaching yourself how to bring it to market. Trying not to get lost on the journey to product/market fit. Sticking to a consistent vision, even as you eye new markets and product ideas.
If you're struggling to come up with startup ideas, start by thinking around the needs of a group that doesn't have a solution that uniquely achieves the outcomes they're looking for.
Any time you enter what many feel is a commoditized or mature space, you really need to think through your product strategy and market segmentation to find where that underserved opportunity is — that’s how you can build a highly differentiated product that uniquely suits a specific customer segment.