Never made product, run business or started business before? no capital or low? some advice.
If it is your first time, never take a chance, because your odds are already very low. Use someone else's idea to execute. Don't make something and then find "strangers" to sell. Don't solve problems. Use this guide to design an idea, don't just come up with one. https://www.sevenparallel.com/post/how-to-design-a-good-idea
Inspired by past successful examples ...
How the model works
Use someone's idea. Find audience first and target their request. Better yet, find customer first and then make things for them to start. HP started this way. Facebook started this way. Apple started this way. Don't keep projection and hope for a long time and then go to market. You are not a big company and don't have money to last that long or penetrate market noise.
High percentage shots, base runs. https://www.sevenparallel.com/post/when-startup-taking-high-percentage-shots-with-four-words
Home run ideas. https://www.sevenparallel.com/post/try-start-a-fat-and-good-business-when-startup
How does become ecosystem?
When you start first time, the entire ecosystem does not know you exist. If you "succeed", the ecosystem will not care and cash will not flow through you. You may have the best in the world but no one will care.
How you can copy/expand it
Barrier for competitors
Expansion or exit strategy
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