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Lean Phase:  Solution (MVP) Question:  Will the case studies be willing to change to the New FarmEd App? Purpose:  To convert the current case studies from the previous FarmEd App (Govi Nena) to the New FarmEd App. Assumption The case studies: Did not find the previous app useful and are looking for either a refund or a better app Time Box:   1 week Success Metric:  % of case studies that want to adopt the New FarmEd App. CRITERIA Green Light:  Proceed with sale...

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Lean Phase:  Customer Segment/Problem  Assumptions: Households only currently pay waste disposal systems with cash but would be willing to use mobile payment as an alternative. Time Box: 1 week Success Metric: Out of 50 people interested in a waste management solution interviewed, 60% of people agree that mobile payments are a viable solution. Criteria: Green Light - Assumption confirmed. Move along to currency testing. Success Point – 60% of people would be...

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[PROPOSED CUSTOMER SEGMENT]: Waste Amison - April 2019 Lean Canvas: Customer Segment Context Across the 26th of April 2019, the waste team completed: (i) face-to-face interviews, (ii) handed out waste management information flyers in schools  and (iii) Facebook advertising to validate the customer segment for the waste team. These experiments were conducted across Keisala, Vengara and Jumtha. Insights From these experiments the targeted customer segment was identified as:...

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Introduction: The purpose of this experiment is to test FarmEd’s UVP within its early adopter customer segment. It aims to do this through measuring the ratio of successful to unsuccessful sales made through pitching the FarmEd application to early adopter customers.   Lean Phase:  Solution (MVP) Assumption: FarmEd’s early adopter segment are willing to buy an MVP application to receive agricultural advice tailored around pests and diseases predominately.  Early Adopter...

Jemima Crawford
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Jemima Crawford
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Lean Phase: Problem The purpose of this experiment was to narrow down on the pain-points of SMEs in Fiji and what blocks them from accessing financial solutions from traditional institutions. As can be seen below, this experiment proved that pain-points were much broader than we initially hypothesised, and thus we have validated a much broader range of pain-points in these results. Original Assumption: There are key barriers for small business owners accessing capital from...

Georgina Hollsten
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Georgina Hollsten
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Lean Phase: Customer Segment Assumption from adopted experiment:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/915870  In our experiment, we explored the customer segment and problem phases for small business owners in the retail, tourism and agriculture industries. Our experiment involved multiple assumptions based on research conducted by the January 2019  Social Consulting team. The original assumptions made were as follows: The early adopters of SoCon’s customer segment are...

Georgina Hollsten
by Georgina Hollsten
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Georgina Hollsten
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Customer Segment Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to understand SoCon’s customer segment in relation to the problem of access to capital, and at what stages of the business lifecycle they face this problem. Assumption: The early adopters of SoCon’s customer segment are characterised by: Business owners actively seeking to access capital for their business whom are likely starting up (in an introductory phase) or a growth/diversification phase of their...

Jacqueline Saykao
by Jacqueline Saykao
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Jacqueline Saykao
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase:  Problem Assumption: There are key barriers for small business owners accessing capital from traditional and established institutions in Fiji. These include: Irregular income and individuals’ inability (or lack of preference)  to repay loans due to the inflexibility of payment schedules. Individuals have an inherent distrust of financial institutions, leading to a preference of saving over financing. Traditional institutions rarely give out access to...

Georgina Hollsten
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Adrian Zenteno

Australia

Joined this community on Nov 15, 2018

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