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Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase:  Channels Assumption:  Hardware, supermarkets and Kiosks are a viable distribution channel for the Seguru Stove. Time Box:  4 months between July and December projects. Key Metrics:  Number of stoves sold/Stoves ordered Success Points Green Light Proceed: - Sorti Foun, Mira Mar Hardware, Vinod Patel are validated as a distribution channel due to a high level of interest displayed towards the stove. This results in them selling the stove and ordering more as well...

Angus Lane
by Angus Lane
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Angus Lane
Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase:  Revenue Streams Assumption:  It is assumed that individuals in Dili will be interested in putting down a $5 downpayment to prove interest in the Fugaun Seguru at the price point of $75 (with option for payment plan).  Time Box:  2 weeks or until statistical significance (>50 responses from individuals due to varied customer segments) Success Metric:  Price test for $75 with at least 50 people in different appropriate customer segments. Use a $5 down payment as...

Ianthe Grigg
by Ianthe Grigg
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Ianthe Grigg
Value Proposition

Lean phase:  Unique Value Proposition Aim – This post aims to describe the Unique Value Proposition of the Fuel Sustainability team at Timor-Leste has established for the month of July 2019.   Big picture UVP: 3.8 million people every year from open-fire smoke inhalation. Our solution (the Fugaun Seguru) will reduce smoke produced from open wood fires. Deforestation is also a global problem which is occuring at an accelerating rate. Our stove reduces the need for firewood as it is...

Paul Le
by Paul Le
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Adopted Experiment

  Lean Phase:  Solution Assumption: That households that own the Fugaun Seguru and use it on a consistent basis will see a reduction in issues with smoke and coughing while cooking, a reduction in the amount of wood used for cooking, and a reduction in average time spent cooking. Time Box:  4 months - Initial data point: July 2019 - Second data point: December 2019 - Check again July 2020 Success Metrics:  - Amount of firewood consumed per week (Note bag/bundle size on...

Paul Le
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Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase:  Channels  Assumption:  A stall at Taibesi Markets is a valid channel for promoting the Fugaun Seguru. Time Box:  2 weeks during the December project. Success Metric:  The number of Expression of Interest (EOIs) gathered from the stall at Taibesi Markets. This will be gathered from a google form at the stall. Green Light - Follow up visits to the EOIs and begin to distribute from the stall at Taibesi Markets. Success Point - More than 10 EOIs (with deposit) per...

Luke Hunter
by Luke Hunter
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Luke Hunter
Experiment Results

 [Experiment Results]: Lean Phase Fuel Timor-Leste July 2019   Experiment Design Post https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1982220   Lean Phase:  Channels Testing multiple potential distribution channels: Restaurants [Complete] Kiosks Hardware Stores [Complete] Supermarkets Misc. Goods Markets Face-to-face   Assumption:  [ DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL ] in Dili will be viable distribution partners and will be interested in...

Ianthe Grigg
by Ianthe Grigg
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Ianthe Grigg
Experiment Results

Experiment: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1012640   Reassert Lean Phase: Channels    Reassert Assumption: Vinod Patel hardware (and other similar stores), are a viable distribution channel for the Seguru Stove.   Results:  There has been one sale in the store and one enquiry from the store display. No EOIs have been received from the districts in which Vinod Patel has been displaying the stove. The facebook page has gained 50 likes.   We...

Luke Hunter
by Luke Hunter
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Luke Hunter
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Channels  Assumption: Customers from EOI’s between the $50 and $75 price range will convert to stove sales. Time Period: 2 weeks Success Metric: Percentage of EOIs who agree to buy the stove.   Green Light:  Order Stoves and set up delivery channel for customers. Maintain contact with customers for utility testing and impact assessment.  Success point  - 75% sales closed Orange Light-  Conduct survey on why customers did and did not follow through...

Lachie McMillan
by Lachie McMillan
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Lachie McMillan
Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase: Channels Assumption: Other retail stores are happy to buy and display our stoves on an ongoing basis. Time Period: 2 weeks Success Metric: % of hardware stores visited that will buy our stove   Green Light- Order stoves upon conclusion of experiment for stores - when sold out, contact us to produce and deliver more Success point: More than 25% of shops are willing to buy stove (>5) Orange Light- Collect data on why retail stores will and won’t buy...

Lachie McMillan
by Lachie McMillan
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Lachie McMillan
Solution

Lean Phase: Solution Fugaun Seguru The Fugaun Seguru (Safety Stove) delivers a solution to the previously identified most significant issue, large amounts of smoke produced in the cooking process.  This is accomplished through the design of the product, it has an insulated chamber that improves the efficiency of burning fuel and directs the hot gas flow to the cooking vessel, ensuring almost complete combustion before the flames reach the cooking surface. As the stove burns more...

Alexander Teicher
by Alexander Teicher
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Alexander Teicher
Problem

Lean Phase: Problem As of 17th July 2019, PEV has conducted over 200 empathising sessions within the Timorese community, giving further clarity on problems experienced by these communities and how they relate to SDGs. Action is currently focused on making sales so that we can assess the impact of the Seguru Stove. Big picture: The UN Sustainable Development Goals that we want to address in this project include good health and well-being, affordable and clean energy, responsible...

Tia Brullo
by Tia Brullo
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Tia Brullo
 

Paul Le

Melbourne, Australia

Joined this community on May 22, 2019

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