This presentation includes an overview of startups and focuses on profitability, loving problems, agility and goals. Suggestions for two sesions are included: 1) Vision and Action Plan focuses on defining the market and target users and identifying distribution channels. 2) Design and Layout includes discussion about user experience. The presentation has tips for the CEED Morocco facilitator on moderating exchanges and organizing ideas.
This course for empowering youth through entrepreneurship provides an overview of financial management, covering the contractor relationship, calculating profitability, determining periodic budgets and expected flows, and revenue calculations. A section on business management includes techniques for products, sales, customers and management.
This presentation for a four-day Young Entrepreneur Support Program workshop focuses on the pre-creation stage of developing a business model. It highlights suggested exercises for use in the workshop, which are included in this resource series.
This manual for empowering youth through entrepreneurship includes 13 exercises to support the training course. Topics include cash flow, expense and revenue calculation, understanding customer components, understanding market components and more.
This manual includes 22 exercises and supplements for the pre-creation workshop presentation for empowering youth through entrepreneurship. The exercises focus on identifying business plans and opportunities, developing strategies for product demand, finding appropriate business partners, hazards of projects, operating costs, profitability ceilings and more.
The six sections of this guide include: 1) identify customer expectations; 2) contact to start dialogue; 3) know customers' needs; 4) promote the benefits of the offer; 5) finish the sale; and 6) establish the relationship to improve customer loyalty.
Mobile app development company Devgator worked with Moroccan NGO CPRPD to build an app allowing the disabled community to access information about disability friendly public/ private resources nearby, also offering users the opportunity to rate and record their experiences with local services. This tool is available in French, Arabic and English and is not Morocco specific - it could be deployed in any geography.