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Business Concept - Entrepreneurship & Innovation

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Some of the issues that will help you in developing and evaluating your business idea are: • the problem or need and identification of the customer/s and market • the proposed solution and the uniqueness of the solution • why the customer will pay for the solution • feasibility, marketing, finance and operational issues

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Technology is ever changing, evolving not only the way we work and learn, but the way we live our lives. In the last decade, the latest technology has pushed through previously inconceivable technological limitations, but according to consumers there is still a downside; battery life. Students and professionals aged 15-24 are the most tech savvy according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics and spend on average 15 hours per week accessing the internet on smart devices (Statistics, Australian Bureau of Statistics , 2016). Despite innovations in battery technology, consumers still express their disappointment and desire to have a battery that will last a whole day of use. Solution Final...
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