San Francisco CA Startup MVP Development Program Prototype Design Launched

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San Francisco, CA-based Punch, a full-service creative agency, has announced the launch of its Minimum Viable Product program to help startups secure more funding and validate their ideas.

San Francisco, CA-based Punch, a full-service creative agency, has announced the launch of their MVP Program. This Minimum Viable Product program is intended to help startups secure more funding, validate their ideas, and bring designs to life.

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Punch launched their MVP program in accordance with their beliefs that having a minimum viable product – a version of a product with just enough features to satisfy early customers and get feedback for future iterations – is important for a startup’s success as a company.

According to the firm, their MVP program will enable entrepreneurs and founders to test business concepts, secure more funding, verify the market demand for their product or service, test the product’s user interface, and clarify how cost efficient it is. These tests are carried out by a team of engineers and designers whose skills and aptitudes have been verified by ex-Google engineers.

Along with the fundamentals for launching a minimum viable product, this newly launched service provides entrepreneurs with access to tools and support through the Punch company. This includes the possibility of hiring on a technical cofounder to save on hiring costs, 24-hour support from the Punch team, including check-ins on an hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly basis, and a highly experienced engineering team.

The newly announced MVP program is also intended to offer startup enterprises with more than just engineering resources. Since Punch is a full-service agency, founders should also expect access to design and marketing to support the product’s launch.

This new program is supported by Punch’s experience in the tech industry. With their global bases in San Francisco, New York, London and Lahore, as well as the over 200 clients they’ve served, Punch intends to share that experience in guiding startups with their own endeavors.

David Sanghera, the head of product of 1-Page, explained what working with Punch was able to do for their company. “In just three months, Punch did the impossible for our product team: they moved mountains.”

More information on Punch’s services, including to schedule a 30-minute appointment with a client adviser, can be found at the link above.

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