Founder of Touco Direct, NoCode Development Advocate, Startup Mentor, Serial Entrepreneur, Wordpress Developer
I'm a huge fan of low cost MVP that actually gives you real data to decide the direction of your business.
I have over a decade in experience with Wordpress development and design. I can show you how to create your MVP UI using Wordpress to test how process flow will work for UX.
First and foremost, I would challenge you to test the user experience and prove the concept of your product before building a mobile app. Mobile app development is not cheap and if you get the feature set wrong from a user standpoint, you will have spent money to develop blindly. Can you build a similar experience that provides value in a web application instead? You probably can. Even a few hundred users can get you the information you need to know almost exactly what the mobile app needs. There are mobile first websites that were around for years before they built the app just to make sure the experience was on par with what they expected. Test, test, test, and test again before jumping out there.
This is a very hard question because the experience of each entrepreneur will be different based on what they are seeking to gain as well as what they contribute. Develop a list for yourself of what you seek from a mastermind and then start looking. House of Genius is one I have worked with that is hugely collaborative, though not officially labeled a mastermind group. Meetup has lot of groups with specific targets but again, it's best if you know what you seek to gain, also how you wish to contribute, before searching for a mastermind.
2 things: Find a scalable solution to offer and hire a team member.
You may hire someone to be your VA so they can help you with marketing while you focus on sales. Someone with marketing experience with social media, marketing automation, and such should be good.
Find one facet of your services that you can likely offer in a subscription model and start selling it. You won't be able to scale doing 100% custom work so you have to find something that can provide you recurring revenue.
I literally just went through this in 2018 and further expanding in 2019 so I can provide more information on it if needed.
I would be curious to see your competitive landscape. This isn't a service I'm familiar with natively but the eCommerce space can be crowded. It could be an instance of your product being so innovative that you have to educate the market on why your service is even necessary. Content marketing is definitely a way to close that gap but I would need more information to give more insights. What's your current marketing spend, your channels, how are you converting on those channels, your SMM strategy, your drip campaigns, etc.