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Lean Phase: UVP Assumption: Micro-enterprises in Fiji are willing to meet with PEV to understand and discuss methods and solutions to financial management. This will allow them to budget and save more effectively, by storing data that can be used to later gain them access to financial solutions such as loans. Time Box: 2 weeks Success Metric: The number of micro-enterprises that agree to a follow up meeting. This will be tested with 30 businesses. Criteria Green Light:...

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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase: Problem/Customer Segment Question: Does our customer segment have difficulty managing their finances? Assumption: Micro-enterprises in Fiji identify a lack of access to financial education and resources to enable their businesses to grow, diversify, or run as they please. These resources could include savings and budgeting services or information, business advice or consultancy, or others. The customer segment for Fiji can be described as micro enterprises in...

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Project Summary

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...

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Experiment Results

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...

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Experiment Results

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...

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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...

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Work Update

Feb Field Development in Cambodia has well and truly hit the ground running, and carried their superb start from the first week into week two. Through a solid ideation and goal setting process post-induction, Field Dev has been working hard on developing new blueprints to test on our Primary and Secondary plot's here in Siem Reap. Most farmers in Cambodia partake in subsistence agriculture; a self-sufficient farming system where farmers focus on only growing enough food for themselves and...

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Josh Blaymires

Sydney, Australia

Joined this community on Jan 30, 2018

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MQU

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