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Aim: This post outlines the current revenue streams for Food Security   Currency Project Everest Ventures (PEV) Food security team is offering 1 product via 2 channels. Upfront payments: $150 This offer is having the customer pay the full amount up front and no other commitments after.   Monthly payment plans over a 5 month period  $45 per month totalling $180 for 4 months Payment plans will only be given to customers who meet our risk criteria, this...

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Lean Phase: Currency Test Assumption: Farmers are willing to pay $150 or equivalent payment plan for our solution Time box: 3 weeks. Metric: Face to face sales person  A successful conversion will be considered for customers who are enthusiastic about the product, and displays a strong willingness to pay the $150 or commitment to payment plan for the salesperson distribution channel Green light – People are willing to pay the price for the product. The team will proceed to...

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The Food Dehydration system has multiple unfair advantages.  Our offer testing confirmed that there is no current product or service that offers a solution to our problem statements. Thus this confirms we are the first to market. What this means for unfair advantage, no matter how slow we are or if someone comes up with a better solution we will always be first to market. This is obviously scalable  We can further enhance this by looking at developing a patent  Further more, we've...

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Lean Canvas: Unique Value Proposition Achieving relief for farmers through consistent food security resulting in reliable profit margins.  The reduction of wastage in food will increase income by approx 20-30%, providing a sense of control and fulfilment for farmers at being able to provide for their families, as opposed to watching their family go hungry at certain times of the year.  The consistent income throughout the year means that farmers could potentially access loans from...

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This experiment focused on validating that farmers in Juntha are willing to pay $60 for the solar food dehydration system.   Lean Phase: Unique Value Proposition  Experiment post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2440240   Assumption: Farmers are willing to pay a down-payment of $30 to achieve relief through consistent food security, resulting in stable profit margins   Results:  3 Farmers were interviewed in JunthA all engaged enthusiastically with our...

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  Lean phase: Channels   Background information Airtel vendors have a deeper knowledge of the community and are consistently in the same location, therefore community members know where they can find solar products. They are also better equipped to digitise payments and submit documents online. Their shop fronts offer a secure location to stock inventory. Acting as an agent for PEV would also not detract from their day to day activities.    Assumption Airtel vendors can be a...

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Mariah Cassar

Wollongong, Australia

Joined this community on Jul 2, 2019

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Project Everest

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International Studies

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Malawi

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