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Reference to Experiment Post: .  [PROPOSED EXPERIMENT]: Amisen Infant Health – Channels This experiment focused on validating the proposed distribution channels and see if the number of people reached and deposits made is increased Experiment post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2450370 Lean Phase:  Channels Assumption:  Stocking and storing the product at Sangria’s and the local health clinic will increase the number of people reached and number of deposits made...

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Lean Phase:  Channels Assumptions:  Stocking and storing the product at Sangria’s and the local health clinic will increase the number of people reached and number of deposits made Time Box:  2 weeks   Success Metric: The number of deposits made before and after the contracts Criteria: Channel 1: Sangria's Green Light: The depth of the channel has been validated and will look to establish a long-term partnership Success Point: – The number of deposits made is...

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Reference to Experiment Post: .  [PROPOSED EXPERIMENT]: Amisen Infant Health – Utility test This experiment focused on validating the proposed solution provides the features needed to help babies survive pre-mature births. Experiment post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2444280 Lean Phase:  Solution Assumption: The portable incubator prototype is desired by Amisen mothers and provides the features needed to help pre-mature babies survive. Results: 30 villagers...

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Reference to Experiment Post: Infant Health Amisen - Currency test - Semptember 2019 This experiment focused on validating that expecting and new mothers are willing to pay for a solution to help save their babies from the effects of pre-mature births Experiment post:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2438250 Lean Phase:  Customer Segment & Problem Assumption: Expecting mothers are willing to pay for a solution to help save their babies from pre-mature births...

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We have identified 3 possible customer segments, these are expecting mothers with a low socio-economic status, mothers currently with a pre-matured baby and mothers who know of those who have or had pre-mature babies. We identified that the early adopters would be expecting mothers with a low socio-economic status, this is due to them having the need to save their babies, but not being able to afford the current solution from the hospital. This was confirmed through our offer test, where 23...

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Lean Phase:  Problem, Solution, Revenue Streams Assumption: Expecting mothers are willing to pay for a solution to help save their babies from pre-mature births Timeframe:  Two weeks of testing September 2019 Success Metrics:  Percentage of current/future mothers that are willing to put a $10 deposit down for a possible future solution to pre-mature birth problems Post Experiment Actions: Green Light Proceed - Move to finalising a potential solution  Success Point(s) – 60%...

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The Sustainable Fuel project in Timor-Leste has now been running for four months and in that time has made significant and rapid progress. The February team has spent most of the month focussing on securing a long-term manufacturer, further price testing within the Hera and Dili regions, beginning the process of making sales and looking into viable distribution channels. As a result of our hard work, the project is in a strong position for future teams to take the project to the next stage....

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Lean Phase: Channels   Assumption: There are at least two viable distribution channels for the stoves in Dili and surrounding areas.   Time Box: First week of February project   Key Metrics: Number of distribution channels in Dili and surrounding areas determined viable from primary and secondary research.   Success Metrics Green Light Proceed: Proceed with individual experiments testing the success of each distribution channel in reality (similar to what...

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Jess Li

Narre Warren, Australia

Joined this community on Oct 16, 2018

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Monash

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Engineering

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Timor-Lesté

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