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Founders tips - Issue #93

Hi, This week, Pricing is a recurring topic for all of us. (how to Price your Minimum Viable Produc
Founders tips - Issue #93
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Hi,
This week,
  • Pricing is a recurring topic for all of us. (how to Price your Minimum Viable Product)
  • Retention is a key to success because the best way to grow your revenues is first not to lose your existing customers. (Nail your retention strategy *before* you launch.)
  • Improving your product (20 lines of code that will beat A/B testing every time)
  • What are the odds of getting a Series A term sheet, stats for Y Combinator, matching ours and some others, we asked around (Investor Funnels for Series As)
And more about talents ( 7 Skills That Aren’t About to Be Automated & ‘Delivering happiness’ is no longer enough when it comes to your employees.)
Enjoy the read & enjoy your week.

Founder's read
7 Skills That Aren’t About to Be Automated
Talent management
‘Delivering happiness’ is no longer enough when it comes to your employees
Sales / Marketing
Startups — nail your retention strategy *before* you launch
Product
How to Price Your Minimum Viable Product – Joe Procopio – Medium
Improve your tech skills
Understand better VCs
Investor Funnels for Series As – Y Combinator
Tweet of the week
Justin Kan
1/ If you don’t have product-market fit, your startup is fucked. You probably don’t have it if:

You aren’t growing
You have high churn
Your product is hard to sell
Customers don’t seem to care that much

Here are some simple steps to find product-market fit
9:49 PM - 29 May 2019
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