Why do some companies, products, services, and ideas achieve Hypergrowth, while others only capture a small portion of a market?
That’s the question I was trying to answer when I came up with the Hypergrowth Curve.
The curve consists of three stages of growth that every breakthrough company, product, service, or idea transitions through. And in each stage, the strategy and focus totally shifts.
In the first stage on the Hypergrowth Curve, you’re building a product and finding your tribe. You’re seeing if the idea is even possible.
In the second stage, you’ve found product/market fit and are now focused on rolling out your invention to the masses.
Finally, in the third stage, you’re focused on building a global brand and dominating an entire category (or micro-niche).