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AgriFoodTech's Value (MP)

AgriFoodTech business model design (AFTC)

• Course Pitch :
Welcome to the course “AgriFoodTech Business Model Design.” By now we realise the role and the criticality of technology in the agriculture value chain. However, for the right technology to be embraced by the value chain player that it is targeted for the Business Model is the decisive factor. More importantly for the technology to realise its optimal scale.
In this course Vijayender helps us analyze the critical business model elements and how these elements need to be adopted for the context of AgriFoodTech innovations. The four critical elements/components namely the Differentiated value proposition, distributed channel strategy aligned with the value proposition, committed complementary partnerships and the sustainability elements are covered within the context of different AgriFoodTech businesses.

• Content & Assessment Guidelines
Please review the course outline below to set your expectations related to the content & certificate assessment needs for the course. You can complete the assessment and download Agribusiness Academy completion certificate. You can expect to complete this course and certification assessment in about 3-5 hours. We wish you a lot of success with the course/pathway and very sure that it will help you gain more clarity and execution confidence towards your outcome.

• Course & the Pathway Connection
This course can be pursued independently or as part of “AgriFoodTech's Value" learning & reflection pathway. The pathway is designed to highlight technological advancements within agricultural value chains that can improve decision-making capabilities and increase profitability for the value chain players. The pathway covers various aspects of business model design essential for agrifoodtech innovations to gain adoption and scale within agrifood value chains. You have the option to enroll in this course either as a standalone individual course or as part of the comprehensive "AgriFoodTech's Value" learning pathway and get access to this course alongside 12 other courses. If you choose to enroll in the pathway, you'll have the option to receive an extra certificate upon completing the reflection exercise for the pathway. Enrolling to the pathway also gives you access to our facilitators via the AA Slack channel. You can review and enroll to the full pathway by following this link: https://lms.agribusiness.academy/catalog/index/cat:182

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  • Introduction
  • About this session
  • Introduction and Stage Setting
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Key Components of a Business Model
  • Case analysis: Naturebox
  • 3. Value drivers for Naturebox
  • 4. Differentiated Value proposition of Naturebox
  • 5. Distribution channel strategy of Naturebox
  • 6. Complementary collaborations and sustainability elements of Naturebox
  • 7. Key takeaways - Naturebox business model analysis
  • Insight approach
  • 8.Value proposition insight - Cropin vs Gotham Greens
  • 9.Keytakeaways - Business model components
  • Discussion
  • 10. Price premium out of value drivers
  • Case analysis: Octinion
  • 11. Octinion - Business model analysis
  • Discussion
  • 12. Is affordability - a value driver
  • 13. Can differentiating attribute change overtime
  • 14. Discussion on multiple value propositions - Cropin
  • Knowledge booster
  • Assessment quiz
  • Feedback
  • Thank you & follow up
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever