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Jun 15, 2022
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If you have a good idea, you first need to check the status quo to see if it is the product you really want to make, and a preliminary plan can help you make a choice. At this stage, the two questions you are most concerned about are: Does this idea really make sense? Will category email list the final reward outweigh the effort? As you estimate cost, market demand, and time to design, the outline of the product will gradually become clear (mainly about the product's category email list features and functions). Activities such as formal market research, detailed product planning, etc. all take a lot of time and effort. To avoid wasting time, you only need to answer some basic questions roughly in the initial plan, enough to figure out what your chances of success are. If the odds category email list of success are small, you can get out quickly. During preliminary planning, the following questions need to be answered: What are our products used for? What does it look like? How many category email list people want to buy this product? How much are they willing to spend? What did it cost to develop such a product? How much does manufacturing and logistics cost? What are some good ways to promote and sell. Has anyone made a similar product? Did they succeed or fail, and why? Where can our creativity and execution be better than our competitors? Who category email list is involved in the design, development, promotion and sale of this product? What do they expect in return? Do we need to raise additional funds for this product? Where can I get the needed funds? What is the category email list return for the investor? How likely are they to provide funding? If you are not an expert in this product area, you At this stage, you focus more on the product itself, but in order to succeed, you need to focus on another important content: the potential needs of product stakeholders.
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