Disability Incubator Series – Creative value propositions



02 November 2022

The disability sector is full of carbon-copy businesses offering the same old services and supports. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Innovative entrepreneurs are tapping into their customers’ experiences to design services and products that go far beyond the stock-standard – and you can too.

By attending this webinar, you will learn how to use valuable insights from customers to develop and test exciting new value propositions for product and service offerings. Led by Verge Collaborative director Nat Ellis, you’ll be encouraged to question the status quo of disability support categories and hear from creative entrepreneurs who are leading the way.

What you will learn:

How customer research informs innovative problem solving.
Why traditional disability support categories need a shake-up.
How to design an exceptional value proposition.
Why testing your ideas is critical to success.
Key topics: Importance of customer research (revisited). Moving beyond traditional disability support categories to creating unique value propositions. Value Proposition Canvas. Minimum viable product design for testing.

Guests: Existing entrepreneurs from the disability sector.

Outcomes: You will learn how to use the Value Proposition Canvas to explore interactions between customer problems – such as service gaps and unmet needs – and potential solutions. You will also be

Attendees of this workshop will be awarded a digital badge.

NOTE: Should you require any support services to make the session more accessible, please contact tayana.grundy@acu.edu.au.

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