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The struggle is REAL! MDs used to get paid by Pharma labs to get their attention (real life exemple: $30-80 just to fill a tiny online form). To my experience (consulting & entrepreneurship in healthcare/medtech), I would say that most MDs do not like emails, social media or cold calls. The best ...

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Steve Blank has already covered this in depth in his book 4 Steps to the Epiphany, as well as a video here: http://startupweekend.wistia.com/medias/tao3s8hf7l My approach is based on his outline, with a twist. 1) I try and conduct the interviews at the customers office or place of work, at minim...

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I'll first answer this from a product and development perspective: This answer is written assuming you have done everything right to launch a product that has already established product/market fit. First, you want to fix the "leaky buckets." Brett Martin wrote a post-mortem of his startup and w...

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You should be so lucky that someone will steal your idea. The truth is that its all about execution and not ideas. Facebook wasn't the first social network, they just executed better. Same for Instagram, Yammer and Airbnb - all Billion dollar companies built in public.

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The way I've always built my Customer Advisory Board (I call them my A-Team, Advisory Team - just sounds cooler) Before Launch - Find users who currently have the problem and have already solved it themselves. After Launch - Find users who are active / using the app AND have not asked to be on ...

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I have used this https://canvanizer.com/ for my venture as well as for other clients. Feel free to contact in case you need to get more details.

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I suggest doing some of your own research and brainstorming first, to help you craft questions to ask people. Then: simply ask. Use surveys, social media and face to face and try to change up the questions here and there to track consistency in answers.

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Hi, I have done this numerous times at both concept/pre-product stage but also once a product is built and trying to figure out "the problem it solves" (this generally happens after someone has tried to take it to market and no one is buying). Do you understand how your future users "solve" th...

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I would reach out directly, especially to some of the gaming companies who have got this process down to a fine art. Network on LinkedIn and you'll be surprised how helpful some of these folks will be, especially in the nordics where there is a very open culture of sharing , even in some of the b...

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It seems like you have managed to move into the coveted market of Enterprise level SaaS, well done. If your market can sustain a high enough monthly cost to keep using your software then you are set. If so, you have a template for each compnay to follow and also a proven track record to sell fr...

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