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Lesson 1
Recognize and
Understand the Market
Value Proposition (VP)
is a business or marketing statement that summarizes why a
consumer should buy a company’s product or use its service. This
statement is often used to convince a costumer to purchase a
particular product or service to add a form of value to their lives. In
creating Value Proposition, entrepreneurs will consider the basic
elements:
• Target Customer
• Needs/opportunity
• Name of the product
• Name of the enterprise/company
There are many competitors in the market to establish superiority to them ,
Entrepreneurs should think some alternative and how it works better. An
important aspect in Value Proposition must be truthful that will establish
credibility to the consumers.
Example: Potential value proposition is most common in small businesses
of your locality,
Aling Charing Sari-sari Store open only from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, but Aling
Charing noticed that there are customers who go nearby town to look for a
convenience store at around 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. She believes that this is
a great opportunity for her store to operate 24/7. In this example, proposed
value proposition:
“Charing Sari-sari Store, opens 24/7”.
The business describes sari-sari store – a
basic retail store. The assurance from this
value proposition is because of the phrase
“opens 24/7”. Aling Charing Sari-sari Store
opens 24/7, which make it different from other
competitors.
Unique selling proposition (USP)
refers to how you sell your product or services to
your costumer. You will address the wants and
desires of your costumer. As entrepreneur , you think
of marketing concept that persuade your target
customers.
Some tips for the entrepreneur on how to create an effective unique
selling proposition to the target customers:
• Identify and rank the uniqueness of the product or services character
• Very Specific
• Keep it short and simple (KISS)
A. Target Market
Market Targeting is a sage in market identification process that aims to
determine the buyers with common needs and characteristics. Prospect
customers are market segment that entrepreneurial venture intends to
serve.
Commonly used methods for segmenting the market are
follows.
1. Geographic segmentation – the total market is divided
according to geographical location.
• Variables to consider:
a. Climate
b. Dominant ethnic group
c. Culture
d. Density (either rural or urban)
2. Demographic Segmentation – divided based consumers.
• Variables to consider:
a. Gender
b. Age
c. Income
d. Occupation
e. Education
f. Religion
g. Ethnic group
h. Family size
3. Psychological Segmentation – divided in terms for
customers think and believe.
• Variable to consider:
a. Needs and wants
b. Attitudes
c. Social class
d. Personality traits
e. Knowledge and awareness
f. Brand concept
g. Lifestyle
4. Behavioral Segmentation – divided according to
consumers behavior pattern as they interact with a
company.
Variables to consider:
a. Perceptions
b. Knowledge
c. Reaction
d. Benefits
e. Loyalty
f. Responses
B. Customer Requirements
Customer requirements are the specific
characteristics that the consumer need from a product
or a service.
There can be two types of customer requirements:
1.Service Requirement
2.Output Requirement
Service Requirement:
 Intangible thing or product that is not able to be touched but
customer can feel the fulfillment. There are elements in
service requirement like on-time delivery, service with a smile,
easy-payment etc. It includes all aspects of how a customer
expect to be treated while purchasing a product and how easy
the buying process goes.
Examples of intangible assets include
 Goodwill, brand recognition, copyrights,
patents, trademarks, trade names, and
customer lists.
Output Requirements:
 Tangible thing or things that can be seen. Characteristic
specifications that a consumer expects to be fulfilled in the product.
Customer that will avail services as a product, then various service
requirements can take the form of output requirements.
Here are the examples of tangible things:
• Land.
• Vehicles.
• Equipment.
• Machinery.
• Furniture.
• Inventory.
• Securities like stocks, bonds, and cash
C. Market Size
Entrepreneur’s most critical task is to calculate the
market size, and the potential value that market
has for their startup business, Market research will
determine entrepreneur possible customers in one
locality.
What is Market Size?
Market size is like a size of arena where the
entrepreneurs will play their business. It is the
approximate number of sellers and buyers in
a particular market. Companies are interested
in knowing the market size before launching a
new product or service in the area.
END OF OUR REPORT
Thanks for listening

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Recognize and Understand the Market

  • 2. Value Proposition (VP) is a business or marketing statement that summarizes why a consumer should buy a company’s product or use its service. This statement is often used to convince a costumer to purchase a particular product or service to add a form of value to their lives. In creating Value Proposition, entrepreneurs will consider the basic elements: • Target Customer • Needs/opportunity • Name of the product • Name of the enterprise/company
  • 3. There are many competitors in the market to establish superiority to them , Entrepreneurs should think some alternative and how it works better. An important aspect in Value Proposition must be truthful that will establish credibility to the consumers. Example: Potential value proposition is most common in small businesses of your locality, Aling Charing Sari-sari Store open only from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, but Aling Charing noticed that there are customers who go nearby town to look for a convenience store at around 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. She believes that this is a great opportunity for her store to operate 24/7. In this example, proposed value proposition: “Charing Sari-sari Store, opens 24/7”.
  • 4. The business describes sari-sari store – a basic retail store. The assurance from this value proposition is because of the phrase “opens 24/7”. Aling Charing Sari-sari Store opens 24/7, which make it different from other competitors.
  • 5. Unique selling proposition (USP) refers to how you sell your product or services to your costumer. You will address the wants and desires of your costumer. As entrepreneur , you think of marketing concept that persuade your target customers.
  • 6. Some tips for the entrepreneur on how to create an effective unique selling proposition to the target customers: • Identify and rank the uniqueness of the product or services character • Very Specific • Keep it short and simple (KISS) A. Target Market Market Targeting is a sage in market identification process that aims to determine the buyers with common needs and characteristics. Prospect customers are market segment that entrepreneurial venture intends to serve.
  • 7. Commonly used methods for segmenting the market are follows. 1. Geographic segmentation – the total market is divided according to geographical location. • Variables to consider: a. Climate b. Dominant ethnic group c. Culture d. Density (either rural or urban)
  • 8. 2. Demographic Segmentation – divided based consumers. • Variables to consider: a. Gender b. Age c. Income d. Occupation e. Education f. Religion g. Ethnic group h. Family size
  • 9. 3. Psychological Segmentation – divided in terms for customers think and believe. • Variable to consider: a. Needs and wants b. Attitudes c. Social class d. Personality traits e. Knowledge and awareness f. Brand concept g. Lifestyle
  • 10. 4. Behavioral Segmentation – divided according to consumers behavior pattern as they interact with a company. Variables to consider: a. Perceptions b. Knowledge c. Reaction d. Benefits e. Loyalty f. Responses
  • 11. B. Customer Requirements Customer requirements are the specific characteristics that the consumer need from a product or a service. There can be two types of customer requirements: 1.Service Requirement 2.Output Requirement
  • 12. Service Requirement:  Intangible thing or product that is not able to be touched but customer can feel the fulfillment. There are elements in service requirement like on-time delivery, service with a smile, easy-payment etc. It includes all aspects of how a customer expect to be treated while purchasing a product and how easy the buying process goes.
  • 13. Examples of intangible assets include  Goodwill, brand recognition, copyrights, patents, trademarks, trade names, and customer lists.
  • 14. Output Requirements:  Tangible thing or things that can be seen. Characteristic specifications that a consumer expects to be fulfilled in the product. Customer that will avail services as a product, then various service requirements can take the form of output requirements. Here are the examples of tangible things: • Land. • Vehicles. • Equipment. • Machinery. • Furniture. • Inventory. • Securities like stocks, bonds, and cash
  • 15. C. Market Size Entrepreneur’s most critical task is to calculate the market size, and the potential value that market has for their startup business, Market research will determine entrepreneur possible customers in one locality.
  • 16. What is Market Size? Market size is like a size of arena where the entrepreneurs will play their business. It is the approximate number of sellers and buyers in a particular market. Companies are interested in knowing the market size before launching a new product or service in the area.
  • 17. END OF OUR REPORT Thanks for listening