Week 7 – Reward your pleasure centres
Week number 7 at R9 Accelerator has been very exciting for team Bosspac and we also celebrated the mid-point in the programme.
We had our second mentor speed dating event where Bosspac and other teams met with 8 experienced mentors. They challenged our team with a few harder questions and we are even more motivated to make it easier for self-employed New Zealanders!
With more and more customer interviews each week, it becomes clear how our potential solution should look like. We are super excited, because, as we continue our customer interviews and present our solution to self-employed people, they want to hear more about it.
A bit of a patience, because we have decided to add a few elements to our solution that will aim to reward our pleasure centres in the brain! It means that it will be a new way how to comply with the government obligations, at the same time it makes it by a step harder for Bosspac. We are ready to accept this challenge, because we know that self-employed people and government agencies love what we are doing. Thank you for your support!
This week we also met with a couple of education institutions and they are keen to hear more from us to see how our solution could help their students and graduates.
This week France has its election day – therefore the working week at R9 Accelerator finished with a French day and nice breakfast where we shared our challenges and small victories with other teams.
What we learnt this week:
- Building a prototype takes a lot of time and thinking.
- Sometimes you have to take a few steps back so that we don’t hit the brick wall.
- Behaviour design can change our lives.
We can’t wait to show our pilot to the first customers and to get feedback from them. If you want to join our pilot, please get in touch with us.