Giving birth to a new product idea, developing it, designing it and launching it can envelope a dizzying and daunting array of steps. The amount of time you invest in each step relies on which one you give more preference to – rapidly manufacturing the product or taking your time ensuring top quality. However, it is also a truism that in a majority of cases, you may have to pick either. And this compromise can either make or break your product launch.
It’s easy to find information on how to build new products. For instance Ivan Kan, Co-founder of crowdfunding marketing agency Crowdcreate, talks about making products that people want. But often there’s an oversight regarding when you need to develop a new product. You need to recognize when to do so, sooner rather than later. Let’s look at 5 signs that you should watch out for.
More Than Great Products: A Journey to Product/Market Fit
We all want to be the first to introduce a new product to the market. We dream of being the creative genius that brings the next best thing to market and makes a fortune. But lightbulb moments come and go, and if they don’t fit into today’s consumer needs like a puzzle piece, they’re worthless.