5 Phases of the Startup Lifecycle

in entrepreneur •  last year  (edited)


Hi Guys,

In this video I provide an overview of the 5 phases of the startup lifecycle. These are:

  1. Problem Solution Fit
  2. Minimum Viable Product
  3. Product Market Fit
  4. Expansion & Scale
  5. Maturity & Exit

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Take care,

Alan

Alan Brannigan
Husband, Father, CEO, Entrepreneur, Tech-Geek, Crypto Enthusiast, Believer in Freedom and Liberty

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Thanks for this, really applies to me as an entrepreneur.

@nalabra What is your experience with startups? Not challenging your authority, just interested. I have started a few companies myself and have found so much more success when I test mvps and allow my customers to dictate what I am offering instead of trying to guess what they want.

Hi @metama that's a fair question and thank you for replying. You can see a bit more of my bio here but to answer your question I've had 3 startups with mixed success. They one I currently founded and run is a B2B business in its 5th year, 20 employees having raised over $10m. We are in the 4th phase at the moment, focusing on scale.

I totally agree with the MVP process which is why I listed it as the second key phase. I'm glad you have found success with that process and would very much like to hear more about your ventures.

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I agree with everything but not the exit part

  ·  last year (edited)

Nice article bruv. Just sharing an insight - Ive seen into sales & with the little experience I've gained - Selling is a psychological job ! It requires quite an art to create the need & a lot of persistence to then help your customer fulfill the same. Selling aint of procastinator's and potato couchs ! :) As he said "If you want something go get it - PERIOD!

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Would you say that the start-up lifecycle is different depending on the type of entrepreneur? Also, do you think that the lifecycle affect the entrepreneur as an individual. Does the lifecycle give them the ability to adapt or have the knowledge to pivot?

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