What I learned from building a minimum viable product (MVP) for my startup

by the CEO of The Mercer Club

This startup founder shares what an MVP is and how building a MVP helped his biz.

Why is this important?

When you know better, you do better. This founder discusses the following:
  • Everything you need to know now about building an MVP (minimum viable product)
  • His journey in building his company's MVP
  • The mistakes he made and how you can avoid them
  • The importance of maintaining your mental health and self while building your business

Travis Ezidiegwu

Travis Ezidiegwu is an alum of Penn State University, and is the Co-Founder of The Mercer Club, a Y Combinator-backed startup.

Prior to launching The Mercer Club, when he was in college, Travis created an independent boutique talent management company known as "Porterhaus Management" where he was responsible for coordinating client studio sessions, booking media and radio interviews, touring and implementing digital sales strategies via streams.

This newfound experience in the music industry reinvoked his childhood interest in the fashion and entertainment space and led to the cultivation of his most recent startup, The Mercer Club.
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