After the First One
We did it. We took a risk.
And we got a thumbs up to keep building.
When – On October 28, 2019, the PinkSpace Experiment 1.0 design team and our willing participants, small-business owners and consultants, conducted a market research experiment using “speed networking”.
What – We were testing the idea of relatively quick interactions between consultants and clients. This is one of the services PinkSpace hopes to develop and introduce next year. And, we wanted to find out if this type of service is worthwhile for both owners and consultants.
Making history. Small-business owners & consultants experiment with ways to help each other get the most out of the transaction.
What now? – I’m overwhelmingly happy about the outcome. So, immediately, I started procrastinating the next step. Okay, I wasn’t quite sure what it was supposed to be.
Now stalled for two weeks, I take a step back to reflect upon where we’ve been.
Next steps – Conversations over the past 6 months, including throughout the experiment, and in our team debrief, indicate these actions as next:
- Compile notes from the experiment conversations; publish.
- Create, send, and analyze results of experience evaluation to our participants.
- Start considering other activities to further test the PinkSpace concepts.
- Develop and market a Minimum Viable Product to learn, revise, measure, repeat.