Our approach is designed to help founders at all stages of maturity, from concept to execution and all points in between.
For very early stage start-ups, our micro-incubator helps to get your idea and business off the ground.Learn more
We cover all stages of the product lifecycle – you start at the place that’s right for your level of maturity.Learn more
Start-ups and scale-ups need more than just product help – we help with fundraising, growth, hiring and more.Learn more
The first stage of your product journey is for us to discover more about your vision. What problem are we solving? Have you validated the requirement or proposed solution? Do you understand the market, competition, target customers, and so on?
At this stage, we look to scope out what your high-level business processes will look like, map user journeys, and finish with a no-code, clickable prototype that we can use to test with your prospective customers, users and your team.
Many of our founders use the learnings from discovery and the clickable prototype to undertake a pre-seed fundraise to provide the funding to move to MVP and get a product to market quickly.
More mature ideas often jump in here. Or, following a successful funding round, we look to turn a prototype into an MVP. We aim for product/market fit as quickly as possible, and that means building an MVP that you can ship and onboard users.
Often, getting a lightweight MVP into the market, generating revenue and testing features is a precursor to an SEIS/EIS seed raise to raise the capital necessary to move to the full build stage.
Some founders start here, others have gone through some earlier stages. Either way, here’s where we work together to build Release 1.0 of your new product and get it to general availability in the market. Then your idea is truly brought to life.
When your product is now fully live, revenue is growing and users are scaling, this could be the time for a full Series A round to bring in the working capital to expand, hire and develop your business.