After you’ve built an MVP, the next step is to show your product to as many users as possible. From there, use the feedback acquired from early adopters and continue to build on your product.
How to Build an MVP as a Non-Technical Founder
Founder Institute

The MVP should be focused on two stages. First learn if your product vision makes a fit with customers problem. Learn fast and iterate faster. But the second stage is delivering value to customers.

You can learn as much as you want, but if customers aren’t seeing value using your MVP you’re dead!

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