How would you like to use what some call “market fishing” to find the best market fit for your business?
A big mistake lots of novice entrepreneurs make is choosing the wrong target market.
You can spend a ton of time and energy creating a great product. You have developed an invention or service that you are really proud of.
And you think you’re customers are going to love it, too.
But then you spend loads of time and money trying to sell it...
And it falls flat. No sales. Not even a dime. *Cue the violin music*
What the heck happened?
The number one reason for startup failure is due to a lack of product-market fit.
How to Avoid Failure
What I’m about to share with you is a simple way to discover the best possible customer for your business. Plus, if you follow these steps, you’ll end up with a solid set of validation data that you can share with investors, and maybe convince them why they should bet on your company, too.