MVP stands for Minimum Viable Product, and refers to the simplest form of your product that you would feel comfortable releasing to a public audience. An MVP is more mature than a prototype, but is less complete than a launch-ready product might be.
One of the biggest challenges that face non-technical startup teams is that of getting to the MVP stage. The cost of hiring developers out of personal funds can be prohibitive, and top-tier developers are reluctant to work for mere equity (plus they receive countless such offers).
If your software-based business is well-planned and your founders are both ambitious and confident in their ability to raise money post-MVP, Convergence may be able to help your project fly.
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The MVP program isn't a one-size-fits-all solution. Your business' development needs, fundraising goals and execution plan are all taken into consideration.