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Snipeet helps you discover and develop solutions across these categories fast and effectively. Our concept and tools are simple enough to ignite the creativity and the strategies you need.
Problem and solutions, you are solving

A sentence describing a company's function, markets and competitive advantages; a short-written statement of your business goals and philosophies. A mission statement defines what an organization is, why it exists, its reason for being.


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Vision

A vision is a vivid mental image of what you want your business to be at some point in the future, based on your goals and aspirations. A vision statement captures, in writing, the essence of where you want to take your business and can inspire you and your team to reach your goals.


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Mission

A sentence describing a company's function, markets and competitive advantages; a short-written statement of your business goals and philosophies. A mission statement defines what an organization is, why it exists, its reason for being.


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Branding

Branding is a marketing practice in which a company creates a name, symbol or design that is easily identifiable as belonging to the company. These can be used to develop brand advertising, customer service, promotional merchandise. It also means your brand promise to your customer. It tells them what they can expect from your products and services, and it differentiates your offering from that of your competitors. Your brand is derived from who you are, who you want to be and who people perceive you to be.



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Strategy

Business strategy refers to a plan of actions and decisions that a company takes to reach its long-term sustainable goals and be competitive in its industry. It defines what the business needs to do to reach its goals, which can help guide the decision-making process for hiring and resource allocation Strategy is a way of thinking, not a procedural exercise or a set of frameworks.


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Design

Design is the process of deeply understanding customer/user needs and then creating a product or service—physical, digital, or both—that addresses their unmet needs. The effective use of design gives customers a reason for buying from you and not from your competitors. It's a valuable source of differentiation - a well-designed product or service will stand out from the competition. Design also adds value to products and services.


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Technology

Business Technology as a concept describes all technology that helps an organisation run its business and operational processes efficiently. These technologies can be customer-facing applications and solutions, business-critical production and logistics solutions, or back office financial systems, among others. Technology Increases productivity which allows companies to do more with less.


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Product or services concept

A product /service concept is the way a company likes to position its products / services in the market, in terms of product features, quality, price service, distribution, differentiating elements etc A product is a tangible item that is put on the market for acquisition, attention, or consumption, while a service is an intangible item, which arises from the output of one or more individuals. ... One thing to keep in mind is that products and services are closely aligned.


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Marketing plan, including sales plan

The term, sales, refers to all activities that lead to the selling of goods and services. And marketing is the process of getting people interested in the goods and services being sold. Sales is a term used to describe the activities that lead to the selling of goods or services Establishing a business without marketing infrastructure is like building a house without a foundation. ... Once you have a marketing strategy set up only then can you begin to focus on sales.


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Pricing your offer

Pricing is the act of determining the value of a product or service. Pricing determines the cost paid by a customer, but it may or may not be tied to the cost paid by the business to produce the product or service. Price and cost are relative—one entity's price may be another's cost.


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Packaging your offer

Packaging is the science, art and technology of enclosing or protecting products for distribution, storage, sale, and use. Packaging also refers to the process of designing, evaluating, and producing packages. A product's packaging communicates many things, from what the product can do for your customers to your company's values. Some would argue that the packaging is as important as the product itself because it's a crucial marketing and communication tool for your business.


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Launching

A product launch refers to a business's planned and coordinated effort to debut a new product or services to customers and make sure that product is generally available for purchase. A launch plan Summarizes goals of your campaign, managed, and visualize marketing activities, key dates, Identify key features of the product and functions, system requirements, Align company messages, product audience, A launch plan is a subset of a marketing plan. There are three types of product launch. consumer events, trade events and media event.



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Examine intellectual property (IP) Issues
Find out whether another business or individual has already patented your idea by searching for a patent.

If your idea was the combined result of several members of your team, consider how you will recognise their contributions to the intellectual property when you protect your idea.

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We are using a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

A non-disclosure agreement is a legally binding contract that establishes a confidential relationship. Snipeet upon signing this agreement with you, agrees that your sensitive information or trade secret that will obtain during conversation will not be made available to any others.

Companies and start-ups use these documents to ensure that their good ideas will not be stolen by people they are negotiating with. An NDA can be active for 5 years meaning your ideas are protected.

Snipeet encourages you to execute an NDA before sharing any information
Snipeet virtual conversation highlight these business model steps to Success
During our virtual consultation we focus on these models. A well-developed Snipeet business model will help streamline planning, development, and execution across your business, idea or feature. It should align everyone’s objectives and eliminate inconsistencies between the various people who contribute to your business or idea objectives
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Key Partners
The first building block of your Snipeet business model is to identify the key partners you need to conduct your business. Who would you like to have as your partners, suppliers, or collaborators on your business idea? It is helpful to target specific examples but it’s also helpful to have general lines of businesses you want to focus on
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Key Activities
What actions or activities does your value proposition require you to make? Identify the key steps you need to take in order for your business to deliver on its promises and make sure development rolls out smoothly. For a product-driven business, a key activity may be learning about users and how to build a better product. For an infrastructure business, it would be important to maintain that infrastructure and research ways to increase efficiency.
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Key Resources
Ask yourself what strategic assets do you need to launch and operate your business? Take advantage of these proven frameworks to identify your key resources and find your differentiating factor among your competitors. For product-driven businesses, key resources include specialized talent in critical areas of expertise, like professional graphic designers and developers, and intellectual property. For scope-driven businesses or businesses that create synergy around a particular Customer Segment, it is important that key resources include knowledge about your target audience and a standard set of procedures for interaction and assistance with the group. For infrastructure-driven businesses, strategic assets could include the physical or virtual infrastructure involved with the business.

Fun Fact: A 2009 study conducted by IBM Institute for Business Value revealed that 7 out of 10 companies are engaging in “business-model innovation,” and an incredible 98% are modifying their business models to some extent. So even if you already have an existing business model, it’s beneficial to reevaluate it.
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Unique Value Proposition
What is your business promising to its audience, and how does your product, service or feature stand out? Carefully consider what is unique about your value proposition and why customers would prefer your product or service to alternative options. Then rank your propositions in relation to the needs of your customers. This will help you determine which value proposition is the highest priority and align your vision with your customers’ needs.

Your UVP statement should:

● Quickly and clearly convey the value of your service or product
● Explain how your product or service is better than the competition
● Talk about the benefits and features that define your product or service
● Avoid superlatives such as “the best” or “world-class”. Instead, include talking points that are carefully defined and factually correct
Go Deeper: Forbes suggests creating your UVP within the context of the 3Ds:
● Discontinuous innovations – offer transformative benefits over the status quo by looking at a problem differently
● Defensible technology – offer intellectual property that can be protected to create an unfair competitive advantage
● Disruptive business models – yield value and cost rewards that help catalyse the growth of your business

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Distribution Channels
What are the most effective mediums to reach your audience? What are the channels you use to communicate, sell, or provide service for customers? Make a list of the different channels that you plan on building a relationship with customers. Remember to think through the lens of the “customer journey.” The channels with which you grab a customer’s attention will be different from the way you onboard or support them.
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Customer Segments
In order to understand your customers, you need to understand several facets of your target segment. Is your customer segment a single or multi-sided market? Then you can move deeper to analyse who your individual customers are. Use our user persona template to create an in-depth analysis of your customer segments. With personas, you can investigate the problems and needs of your customers and use these insights to refine your business model.

Use personas to gain insight into your customer segments by
● Collecting and displaying information about your customers’ background, lifestyle, and behavioural practices
● Exploring the needs and desires of your customer and what they are using your product or service for
● Documenting the user journey

Bonus Tip: Use Google Analytics to quickly find consumer demographics. Collect data such as bounce rate, daily visits, visit duration, and any additional relevant information.
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Cost Structure
Now that you’ve worked through the Key Activities, you have a better understanding of the actions your business needs to take. It’s time to carefully consider how your Key Activities drive costs and analyse if these costs are aligned with your value propositions. It is also important to consider the type of costs that your business will be incurring. Are these costs fixed or variable? When scaling your business, will costs be linear or fixed?
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Revenue Streams
Take a careful look at your different customer segments and value propositions and mentally map out the patterns that may occur. For example, Persona 1 may engage with Value Proposition 1 and 2 or Persona 2 may engage with Value Proposition 2 and 3. Carefully look at where your business is driving revenue and whether it aligns with your value propositions.
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