Synio Plant Pot Feet

Synio Plant Pot Feet

🌟 Exciting Update: Sharing my Approach to Product Development and Market Testing 🚀

Enhance drainage and keep your pots elevated, preventing soil stains on the ground. A charming decorative touch for your garden.


These pot feet are handcrafted using durable material.

I wanted to take a moment to break free from the secrecy that often shrouds my projects and share a new perspective on progress. While financial concerns have made me hesitant to disclose my work in the past, I've come to realise that openness can actually encourage growth and innovation.
Recently, I stumbled upon the enlightening content of @RobertMurraySmith on YouTube. His refreshing open approach to sharing knowledge inspired me, as it seems he has reached a stage in life where financial motives take a back seat.

With that in mind, I would like to offer a glimpse into my own product development process and market testing methodology. Rather than diving straight into injection molding, I prefer to take a step back and start small.
This initial step allows me to truly grasp the pulse of the market and gain insights into consumer preferences. By refining and iterating on the product in its early stages, I can make informed decisions before committing to large-scale production.

One crucial aspect of this approach involves thoroughly researching the competition and marketplace. Understanding the landscape helps me position my product effectively and identify unique selling points.
Considering the nature of my latest project, injection molding emerges as the ideal manufacturing method due to its suitability for the product's three-component design. As for the color options, although green currently stands as the leading contender based on a limited dataset, further exploration is necessary.

I would love to hear your thoughts and engage in meaningful discussions regarding this open approach to product development. Let's collaborate and drive progress together! 💊


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