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Table 1

BP business model in Nepal

PARTNERS
  • – aQysta Netherlands

  • – National/Provincial governments

  • – Retailers

 
ACTIVITIES
  • – Negotiation with governments to allocate public budget

  • – Installation and commissioning of BPs

 
PROPOSITIONS
  • – Offering to smallholders a low-cost, environmentally sound hydro-powered pumping technology, able to pump 24/7 at virtually zero operation cost

 
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS
  • – Sales through retailers

  • – Sales through governments

  • – aQysta Nepal install the pumps

  • – Servicing on-demand provided by aQysta Nepal for the next two years

  • – After-sales limited to servicing

 
CUSTOMER SEGMENTS
  • – Smallholders, mainly from the hilly region, lacking secured irrigation water

 
 KEY RESOURCES
  • – aQysta Nepal headquarters

  • – aQysta Nepal staff

  • – BPs

  • – Transportation

 
 CHANNELS
  • – National/Provincial governments (subsidized pumps)

  • – Retailers

 
 
COST STRUCTURE
  • – Shipping spare parts from abroad

  • – Installation and commissioning of BPs

 
REVENUE STREAMS
  • – Governmental budget (government buys pumps and allocates them subsidized later)

  • – Retailers' upfront purchase

 
PARTNERS
  • – aQysta Netherlands

  • – National/Provincial governments

  • – Retailers

 
ACTIVITIES
  • – Negotiation with governments to allocate public budget

  • – Installation and commissioning of BPs

 
PROPOSITIONS
  • – Offering to smallholders a low-cost, environmentally sound hydro-powered pumping technology, able to pump 24/7 at virtually zero operation cost

 
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS
  • – Sales through retailers

  • – Sales through governments

  • – aQysta Nepal install the pumps

  • – Servicing on-demand provided by aQysta Nepal for the next two years

  • – After-sales limited to servicing

 
CUSTOMER SEGMENTS
  • – Smallholders, mainly from the hilly region, lacking secured irrigation water

 
 KEY RESOURCES
  • – aQysta Nepal headquarters

  • – aQysta Nepal staff

  • – BPs

  • – Transportation

 
 CHANNELS
  • – National/Provincial governments (subsidized pumps)

  • – Retailers

 
 
COST STRUCTURE
  • – Shipping spare parts from abroad

  • – Installation and commissioning of BPs

 
REVENUE STREAMS
  • – Governmental budget (government buys pumps and allocates them subsidized later)

  • – Retailers' upfront purchase

 
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