Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
These days, a lot of startup companies focus on building a “minimum viable product” — the simplest version of a product that a customer might actually buy.
Bill Davis didn’t do that.
And that’s one reason why ECHO Health didn’t fall to pieces as sales grew from $2.4 million to $66 million in just five years.
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Originally published February 6, 2016.