Want to get a mobile MVP for your business?

So you have a software business or are building one.

And part of it should be a mobile app, but… You lack the technical skills to nail it?

Besides, you already have a lot on your plate. Do you want spend all your time learning to code? And to deal with the specifics of mobile development? I guess not.

Want to focus on what you do best — pushing your idea, and marketing, and building up the hype? I think we both know the answer to that.

Now, if only there were a way to have someone else, someone with the right skills, to help you…

But sites like Upwork aren’t making your lives any easier. They’re flooded with low-quality developers. Choosing from a bazillion identilancers is not fun, either!

Hiya! Gosha here.

I have worked on all kinds of MVPs. I understand what’s important for you and what’s not. I’m going to help you cut your MVP to just the right feature-set, and deliver.

Gosha built the first MVP for our company a few years ago. It enabled us to start fast, and go to market at crazy speed without losing quality. We're now a happy 150 team, going strong and a lot of the credit for this solid foundation goes to him.

Diego Gomes, Everwrite, ShopStream, and 12min

I know first-hand Minimal Viable Apps should NOT break the bank and be the speed of a snail.

As much as I want to help everyone, I don’t think we can productively work together if:

  1. You are a penny counter and have unrealistic expecations. The next facebook won’t be $500. That said, for many MVPs the $5k-15k is a realistic range.
  2. If want to be involved in the development too much. Or want to be completely passive…

    The reason people bring in consultants is to get insights and experise, and by intervening too much, you won’t be making our collaboration productive. Share your vision, talk about what and how makes it unique instead!

On the other hand, we would definitively enjoy working together if you have a bright idea and want it done. Bonus points if you already know your audience and how you’re going to appeal to them!