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Key Metrics

Key metrics:  The key metrics we identified for success are Cash - Simply our revenue and gross revenue will indicate whether we’re hitting targets and succeeding or not  Amount of food saved from perishing - this is a key success point for us as it is a clear indication of how well we are addressing our problem statement. It won’t be the most accurate figure in the end but it is giving us and potential investors an idea of the success and impact we are achieving Amount of sales- this...

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Lean Phase: Solution  Assumption:  The key features (6 ft x 3ft size, ease of use, solar powered, and dehydration tech) are highly valued by and useful to farmers, and achieve the outcomes of the UVP.  Results:   The following indicates the percentages of farmers that indicated agreement with each question.   Product alleviates issue = 100% Ease of use = 100% Liked not using fuel or fire = 92% Liked size of dehydration system = 17% This feature was a...

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Post Not Ready

Customer Segment Black Label Low income farmers with inconsistent crops between wet and dry seasons. Observed behaviours: ·       Increased rates of selling crops after the wet season ·       Lowering of food prices during/following periods of surplus ·       Verbally confirm feelings of frustration regarding unstable income   Our offer test confirmed that this is a valid customer segment, as the face-to-face interactions had a 42% successful conversion, above the success...

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Problem

Problem: 1. Farmers will feel stressed most acutely when the crops perish 2. Farmers will feel frustrated most acutely when there is a surplus in the wet and not enough in the dry 3. Farmers will feel worried when they have an unreliable source of income  Farmers feel stressed when there is a surplus in the wet season and a deficit of crops in the dry. This can be identified in another pain point identified by communities of a lack of variety of food sources leading to effects such...

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Adopted Experiment

Lean Phase:  Customer segment, Problem Assumption:  Farmers are frustrated with the loss of profits due to food wastage between the wet and dry season Time Box:  2 weeks Success Metric: Number of farmers that show an EOI in a potential solution. This is determined by the amount of people who text the given number (in the case of flyers and texts), and people that enthusiastically place their name down on a piece of paper to find out more information in the case of face to face...

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Metric Measurement Experiment

Context:  Key metrics must be collected for all of our projects to understand any carbon offset opportunities, positive short term impact and longer-term opportunities. These metrics will provide a framework for the Waste Project moving forward and metric results will be updated as new information and larger data sets become available. Metrics Number of bags collected in the day Average number of bags collected from each store Total volume of recyclables saved from Tibar...

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Proposed Experiment

Lean Phase:  Solution  Assumptions:  That clients were satisfied with our service and would like to continue on with us. Time Box:  1 week Success Metric: How many clients would use our service again/sign onto a regular service (%) How many trial clients would recommend our collection service to another business (%) Criteria: (This is two criterions in one)  Green Light: Start up/ give direction for December group on what a regular collection service in Dili for small...

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Jacob Taranto

Sydney, Australia

Joined this community on Jul 2, 2019

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Sydney University

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Engineering/Commerce

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