I started Byldd because I saw founders spending exorbitant amounts of time and money trying to launch software businesses. Typically, founders spend too much time over-engineering their product and too little time validating it with customers. Beyond that, the bulk of their investment went into building generic, undifferentiated features and functionality - leading to over-engineered products that took too long, cost too much and solved no market need.
My team and I are looking to change this stereotype by helping founders get in front of customers with an MVP as quickly as humanly possible. We’re committed to being lean and helping founders build successful businesses.