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Who would be the audience for your product? by Mind Map: Who would be the audience for your product?

1. NRS demographic grade

1.1. Our NRS demographic grades are anyone below C2 because our main target audience is to the working class but lower middle class people can also be part of the main target audience. We feel that anyone who is of upper middle class status who have professional/ managerial jobs would not find the film appealing considering parts of our film are set in a council flat which are flats many working class people live in. Upper middle class people are more likely to prefer characters who are as rich as them.

1.1.1. This document describes our Go To Market Plan for <Product Name>.

2. Age range

2.1. Our audience is to anyone above the age of fifteen.

2.2. This is because our film has themes of death and crime which may be very disturbing for anyone below the age of fifteen especially small children.

2.3. Our film is much more serious than comedic so it'll suit a more adult audience who are more focused on understanding the storyline which small children may find very difficult to understand.

2.4. Our film classification would not be 18+ because our film would have little blood in it, the deaths wouldn't always be gory and if they were to be gory they would only show a little bit of blood. This is why our film diffrentiates from our film inspiration 'Saw' which is mainly focused on revealing very disturbing dead bodies and very bloody bodies with limbs torn apart, a massive amount of blood is shed in the games they reveal, suiting to an audience of 18+.

3. Gender

3.1. Our audience would predominantly be male.

3.1.1. Situational Analysis / Drivers What is driving us to do this? SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Customer Findings - What have we learned from customers?

3.1.2. Competitive Analysis Do we have competitors and threats in these target markets with the proposed offerings? What are our competitors doing and how are they positioning? How do we position against each competitor?

3.1.3. Target Customer(s) Buyer Profile Title Industry Geography Business Size Influencer Profile User Profile What do customers want and need? What business problems do each of these customers have?

3.1.4. Customer Segmentation Which customers or sets of customers do we sell to? What are the target market segments that we want to go after? What are the distinct problems for each segment of the market?

3.1.5. Total Available Market New Prospects How much of each target segment have we penetrated? How much opportunity is available in each target segment? Existing Customers Can we up-sell existing customers?

3.2. This is because our film is a fairly masculine-like film, it has themes such as crime, death, betrayal,claustrophobic spaces etc and these themes are likely to appeal to a male audience.

3.2.1. Positioning & Messaging What is the key messaging and positioning for the service offer? (Pain, alternatives, solution) How do we communicate internally? How do we communicate externally?

3.2.2. Promotion Strategy Marketing Programs (Installed base versus new prospects) Advertising (Publications, etc.) Analyst Relations (Target Analysts) Public Relations Events (Trade shows, SEO/SEA, Seminars) Webinars

3.2.3. Demand Generation & Lead Qualification How do we generate and qualify new leads for the target offer? Prospect Lists Key Questions to Ask Sales Collateral Presentations Data Sheets White Papers ROI Tools Other Sales Tools (web site, etc.)

3.3. Also, to support this, our first audience research questionnaire revealed that most of our classmates thought that our film would appeal to a predominantly male audience. Only very few disagreed.

3.3.1. Numbers, budget, waterfall, break-even (cost>leads>trials>deals)

3.3.2. Sales Programs

3.3.3. Accelerated Learning Strategy, Controls, Metrics

3.3.4. Include feedback loops

3.3.5. Include financial metrics (definition of success)

3.3.6. Pipeline reports, etc…

3.4. However, since we have a female villain in our film, this aspect may attract more female viewers leading to a more even gendered audience. To add, our female villain is an intelligent, independent woman which may appeal to more female viewers in terms of the impact of feminism.

3.4.1. M&A?

3.4.2. Risk Analysis & Mitigation

4. Social class

4.1. Our film would attract more working class people than any other social class.

4.2. This is because our film's villain lives in a Council flat and thus, a working class audience will relate to that more than a middle class audience for example as they might also live in a Council flat.

5. Location

5.1. Our location is in London, United Kingdom. Specifically, the borough Tower Hamlets in East London which is more or less an Asian dominated area and our villain is Asian to show that Tower Hamlets has the most amount of Asian people compared to other London boroughs.

5.2. To be even more specific, the location for our film opening is in a Council flat which the villain of the film lives in because she's working class. Another location being the Lift inside the Council flat which is used as a claustrophobic space for her victim- Michael Jones.

6. Level of education

7. Our target audience is a 15+ audience so our target audience will of course have finished secondary education. Any College and University students are part of our target audience as well as anyone who is working unmanagerial jobs or at least a job that doesn't pay a high salary.

8. Attitudes/ Values/ Opinions

9. Our target audience are not prejudiced people because our target audience are mainly a working class audience who do not value money as their number one top priority.

10. Our target audience are horror and thriller film fans who are not easily disturbed with films theming mainly on deaths and crime.