A bunch of friends and I have come up with an idea about a new business opportunity that we find appealing: delivering conveniently what we like to call "Dinner Kit".
Our "design challenge" could be something like "How to improve the culinary experience of young professionals?". The idea is that those people usually like cooking but don't have time or/and do not want to spend/waste time grocery shopping. We could then provide them with some Dinner Kit including all the necessary ingredients to cook one tasty meal for one person, whithout wasting anything! Original but easy recipes could help us to convince people to subscribe.
What do you think of such idea? Any advice? Any critics? Any help is more than welcome
Also, will this survey help me learn about my customers? We indeed would like to test our empathy map with it.
Would you change/add anything to it?
Thank you very much for your valuable time and feedback!
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New business idea: food industry watch
- Thread Starter
- 18-11-2013 00:42
- 18-11-2013 11:06
Personally I do not think there is a gap in the market for you to push through whilst competing with the well established businesses already out there. There is no harm in giving it a trial run though and seeing how you do with it, just don't order loads of stock before establishing a clientele.
- 28-11-2013 20:05
LOL £25 a meal, u dizzy brah?!
- 28-11-2013 20:22
For €25 I'd rather eat out and have a 3 course meal.
- 28-11-2013 20:27
I can have a pizza and an Indian takeaway for that kind of price, probably have enough left over for a can of beer too.
I doubt you could push such a thing at that kind of price unless it has a famous name like Raymond Blanc on it.
- 30-11-2013 12:30
This very idea was on Dragons Den not long back.
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- 29-01-2014 05:34
Not only has this been done before it isnt the most lucrative of ideas. If i cba to cook id just go pick up a chinese for three quid down the road.