The Value Proposition is at the core of understanding why customers are interested in what you are about to sell them. When you approach building a value proposition in a structured, ordered way you build your knowledge and expertise about…
Discover how to run a customer interview. What are the four parts? And how do you ask questions?
Having understood what questions to ask for your surveys or created your Minimum Viable Proposition (i.e. the product your going to sell to people), how do you find users and customers to ask? We'll cover lots of ideas of ways you can find people to interview in this webinar.
Why a Links Page? It has come to my attention that many "spam filters" will remove emails with too many URLs in them - so I'm reducing the number to a minimum. There are too many false positives (that is,…
Thinking of entering an Accelerator? Find out what you are letting yourself in for by asking these 4 questions.
There are four parts of a customer, user or beneficiary interview. Here we look at the first part in more detail.
Think being first is important? Think again, there are real advantages to being a follower - let's find out why.
What strategy should you use to work out the price of your product or service? Let's take a look...
Having a plan makes it easy to conduction customer interviews. So what is the plan? Here we examine the four parts of an interview.
Why are Customer, User or Beneficiary Interviews so important?