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FarmEd has explored supply chain management, face to face consulting, drone consulting and agricultural expertise workshops. While there is value in the above products, due to scalability reasons FarmEd now aims to focus on the development of an application. The application, called Govi Nena, provides farmers with tailored agricultural advice. Over February 2019, FarmEd I focused on face to face surveys with farmers to gather feedback about Govi Nena and understanding on pH and soil...

Josh Blaymires
by Josh Blaymires
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Josh Blaymires
Experiment Results

  Experiment Design Post : Sales Agent Experiment Design Lean Phase: Channels and Revenue Streams Assumption: Sales agents can order, purchase, and collect the Buka Dragon as a part of our autonomous business model. Results: Red Light No sales agent MOUs were signed over the month of February. Although many locals showed interest in signing to be a sales agent it was difficult to finalise transactions between both parties due to time constraints and limited supply...

Eliza Karlson
by Eliza Karlson
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Eliza Karlson
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Experiment Design Post https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/924960   Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: Middlemen (with 75+ farmers) are willing to distribute the app   Results: 14 middlemen were spoken to regarding their willingness to distribute the application:   Three signed MoUs One MoU indicating a willingness to distribute the application Two MoUs indicating a willingness to advocate the application to their network of farmers Three...

Ollie Robilliard
by Ollie Robilliard
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Ollie Robilliard
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Experiment Design Post https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/924940   Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: Businesses and organisations are willing to distribute the FarmEd application   Results: 2/8 (25%) of organisations (NGOs, government bodies and universities) that responded to emails and/or calls were willing to partner with PEV to establish a distribution channel. Four of the organisations contacted did not respond to our email or return a call. This...

Marcin Poloczek
by Marcin Poloczek
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Marcin Poloczek
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Experiment Design Post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/924890   Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: Farmers are willing to interact with FarmEd through Facebook   Results: 52 likes were obtained on the page over 3 weeks.   FarmEd posted a total of 10 times, including 5 tutorial videos on how the app’s features work.   These results are an orange light, which indicate that facebook could be effective for long-term channel for engagement. Validated...

Ollie Robilliard
by Ollie Robilliard
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Ollie Robilliard
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: The application can be sold through Facebook.   Time Box: 3 weeks   Key Metrics: Number of sales   Success Point: 5   Green Light: Proceed with Facebook as a distribution channel. Consider ways to make this a more autonomous channel, e.g. chatbot, etc.   Orange Light Range: 1-4   Orange Light: Consider ways to give the Facebook page more reach in order to have a large enough target audience who may be interested in buying...

Ollie Robilliard
by Ollie Robilliard
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Ollie Robilliard
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: There are local community members who are willing and able to advocate the application within villages.   Time Box: 3 weeks   Key Metrics: Percentage of villages visited which contain a viable Community Facilitator*.   *A Community Facilitator (CF) is an individual who is proficient in technology use, eager to learn, and is able to motivate members of the community in the best interest of the village. A CF’s ultimate goal should be...

Marcin Poloczek
by Marcin Poloczek
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Marcin Poloczek
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: Individuals external to PEV can make sales on behalf of PEV   Time Box: 2 weeks (1st week of July)   Key Metrics: Number of sales made by the external representative, Kamlesh Prasad.   Success Point: >20  sales   Green Light: Proceed with middlemen as a distribution channel. Identify more individuals with a large network of farmers that are willing to distribute the application.   Orange Light Range: 5-20 sales   Orange...

Ollie Robilliard
by Ollie Robilliard
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Ollie Robilliard
Project Summary

In January 2019, FarmEd I  focused on getting feedback from farmers about the usability and content of the Govi Nena application by conducting village visits and gathering feedback in the form of surveys. FarmEd II on the other hand, has been focused on receiving feedback from businesses regarding the viability of the Govi Nena application as a tool to aid in their business’ growth through business meetings conducted throughout the month. Please see attached the Project Summary for Fiji...

Behshid Golshani
by Behshid Golshani
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Behshid Golshani
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Work Update

        Overview In the past, FarmEd has explored supply chain management, face to face consulting, drone consulting and agricultural expertise workshops. While there is value in the above products, moving forward, FarmEd aims to focus on the development of the app itself as the app has proven to be the most scalable and accessible way of providing agricultural expertise. Over July 2018, the 3 FarmEd teams focused on determining the viability of the FarmEd app: FarmEd I tested the...

Felix Zerbib
by Felix Zerbib
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Felix Zerbib
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In Week 2 Belinda, a fellow trekker, and I caught a minibus towards Bila Levu with the intention of meeting a farmer named Umesh Ram ,who had been sold a consultancy report a year earlier to discuss the issues that had caused him to not implement it, as well as to gather vital data for the Field Dev team who had been working on coming up with an ideal companion cropping blueprint to trial at the Sigatoka and Renandi plots. Although we did not meet up with Umesh we made some interesting...

Felix Zerbib
by Felix Zerbib
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Felix Zerbib

Sydney, Australia

Joined this community on Jan 22, 2018

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USYD

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Engineering

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Fiji

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