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Lean Phase: Solution   Aim:  To conduct utility testing of distributing the products face to face     Time Box:  6 months    Success Metric:  -       The number of women who buy the product -       The percentage of women who are satisfied with the distribution service    Experiment Build:  Wait for orders through face-to face or influential community members and collect deposits on sale  Import products through Sangria’s Tino’s Tuk Tuk’s delivers products...

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[BLACK LABEL]: Sanitation Amisen - Customer Segment - Sept 2019 Lean Phase: Customer Segment  Introduction: The project is focusing on increasing awareness around the current issues around female hygiene and sanitation. The project also aims to create a solution that helps mitigate these issues and increase the quality of female hygiene and sanitation in Amisen.  Customer Segments Identified:  Women Undergoing Menstruation Due to the nature of the project the...

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Proposed Experiment : https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2444910 Lean Phase: Utility Testing - Solutions  The experiment focused on determining the key features that women required from the product and the distribution process to create a solution that addresses the problems faced by women.  Assumption: Features of our product and the distribution processes involved will provide overall empowerment to women in everyday life and suit their needs.  Results: 6 Women...

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Reference Design Post At:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2438260  Lean Phase:  UVP Assumption:  Woman will be willing to pay for a menstruation product that will no longer restrict their freedom and allow them to participate in daily activities. Time Frame:   1 Week  Key Outcomes:  This experiment used two villages as case studies which had 6 women across them to understand if women see value in the production of a discrete distribution channel for reusable...

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Lean Phase:  Customer Segment  Introduction:  The project is focusing on increasing awareness around the current issues around female hygiene and sanitation. The project also aims to create a solution that helps mitigate these issues and increase the quality of female hygiene and sanitation in Amisen.  Customer Segments Identified:  Women Undergoing Menstruation Due to the nature of the project the general customer segment is women who undergo menstruation. This is...

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Lean Phase:  Customer Segment and Problem Definition  Assumption:    Working and studying women feel restricted when they are menstruating as it limits their ability to participate in daily activities. Time Box:   1 Week  Success Metric:  The percentage of women that see value in overcoming menstruation as a barrier to participating in their daily activities. Criteria: Green Light:  Proceed to building out an MVP and go on to currency test the MVP.  Success Point:  40...

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  Lean Phase: Solution  This experiment is a follow up of the 6-month case study which can be found here:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2099510 Assumption: A tech based budgeting and financial system helps people grow and diversify your business  Time Box: 4 Weeks Success Metric: % of people that achieve their one-month business/savings goal   Criteria: Green Light: Continue to develop the MVP and go on to utility test any new features....

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[EXPERIMENT RESULTS] Financial Institution - Solution Experiment - July 2019 Reference to Experiment Design post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2092360 Lean Phase: Solution  Assumption: FIs have particular features that they require in the financial documentation they acquire from customers. Success Metric: The % of FI’s that give features which inform an MVP based on improving customers financial management and documentation.   Results:  60% of FIs gave us...

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Lean Phase: Solution Assumption: FIs have particular features that they require in the financial documentation they acquire from customers.  Time box: 1 week Success Metric:   % of FI’s that give features which inform an MVP based on improving customers financial management and documentation.   Goal: Speak to 8 FI’s  Criteria:  Success point:  50% of FI’s provide features that inform an MVP based on improving customers financial management and documentation.  Green light:...

Sophie Richardson
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Reference to experiment post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1833520   Lean Phase: UVP Assumption: FIs operating in Fiji see value in increasing their customer base and are willing to work with PEV to do so, who will act as the bridge/middle-man between micro-businesses wanting loans and the FIs who can provide them. Success Metric: The % of FIs who we have identified as early adopters and agree to have a meeting with PEV for further discussion in the next week....

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  [JUL 19] Customer Segment Experiment Results - Financial Institutions - SoCon 2 Fiji Link to the experiment Design Post:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2002280 Lean Phase: Problem/Customer Segment  Assumption: FI’s can be a potential early adopter for PEV. They: Have identified a problem accessing or profiling customers, thus they are missing out on viable customer segments such as small businesses.  Are aware of the fact that they have this problem...

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[JUL 19] Problem Identification Experiment Results - Micro-Businesses- SoCon 2 Fiji    Link to the Experiment Design Post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2002270 Lean Phase: Problem/Customer Segment  Assumption: Individuals must complete set requirements to access a minimum loan.  Success Metric: % of FIs that have set loan requirements. Results: In this experiment we achieved a green light as we found 100% of FI’s have set loan requirements.  On...

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Lean Phase: Problem/Customer Segment Experiment is to be run concurrently with: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2002270 Assumption: FI’s can be a potential early adopter for PEV. They: Have identified the problem of accessing or profiling customers due to poor processes and strict requirements. This means they are missing out on viable customer segments such as small businesses.  Are aware of the fact that they have this problem accessing or profiling...

Kenneth C
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Lean Phase: Problem/Customer Segment This experiment is to be run concurrently with SoCon I To be conducted concurrently with:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2002280 Assumption: Individuals must complete set requirements to access a minimum loan.  Time Box: 3 Weeks Success Metric:  % of FIs that have set loan requirements Goal: Interview 10 FI’s Criteria: Green Light: Go on to offer test micro-businesses  Success Point: 60% of FIs have set loan...

Fiona Ye
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Lean Phase: UVP Assumption: FIs operating in Fiji see value in increasing their customer base and are willing to work with PEV to do so, who will act as the bridge/middle-man between micro-businesses wanting loans and the FIs who can provide them.  Time Box: 1 Week   Success Metric: The % of FIs who we have identified as early adopters and agree to have a meeting with PEV for further discussion in the next week. Goal: Speak to both the early adopters and the early majority...

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Diya Redhu

Melbourne, Australia

Joined this community on Jul 1, 2019

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Monash Uni

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Engineering and Commerce

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Fiji

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