As an innovator or developer of a new product, creating a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is an important—and often necessary—step in the process. After all, you want to get your amazing invention into the hands of people who need it as quickly and efficiently as possible.
It’s clear that there is something special about entrepreneurs. They come up with big, innovative ideas, take risks like no other, and don’t stop until they have reached their goal. But what does it really mean to be a successful entrepreneur?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed when looking at the scope of your big goals? Everyone has. That’s why I created a concept that I call micro-moments, which are my way of breaking down those intimidating tasks into small components designed to be distinct micro-goals or experiences that can be completed in a small amount of time.
Driving innovation into rural industries can bring new economic opportunities, increased competitiveness and improved livelihoods to rural communities. However, rural areas often face unique challenges that hinder innovation and growth.