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March 18, 2021

Finding Product Market Fit With Eric Espinosa (Venture Validator)

The #1 reason most companies fail.
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Show Notes

How many times have you heard an idea for a business and you think, “That would never work…”

On the flipside, what does it feel like when you hear about an idea that COMPLETELY hits you to the core? 

The term “Product-Market Fit” is used to describe the degree to which a product satisfies a strong market demand. 

When you have product-market fit, your app is easily usable. Your target customers flock to you and your offering. What you have speaks to them. 

When you DON’T have the proper fit, your app feels like a “me too” offering and you’ll have a really tough time breaking into your market. 

On this episode we’re talking to Eric Espinosa — a professor at BYU, entrepreneur, and the founder of Venture Validator. 

Eric’s company specializes in helping companies find product-market fit and “validate” their idea before launching it. 

The insights in this episode could literally be the make or break for your app idea… 

We think you’ll love it.


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Full Video Interview

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Guest Appearance:

LEFT: Eric Espinosa

TOP RIGHT: Bowdrie Price

BOTTOM RIGHT: Austin Betzer

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