Knowledge Exchange August
Be Like Ethan
Eight year-old Ethan has convinced me to buy him a laptop! Ethan has articulated the benefits of why his parents should purchase him a laptop by outlining three key points (value proposition).
His focus on how it will benefit his parents first is genius. So, what does this have to do with your Physical Activity projects? We are trying to speak to a new audience and trying to convince them to give our new products a go. Are we highlighting how the product will benefit the consumer? Are we answering the ‘What’s in it for me’ question?
Here is your challenge – can you give someone from your target market 3 key points to convince them to participate in your product? The most compelling response will be awarded a 2016 Euro Replica Soccer Ball (pictured. Send in your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 9 September to be in the draw.
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