Competitive Landscape Analysis

Applications for this online volunteering project have now closed

This Project's Impact

This project will enable the YSAS brand to better meet the needs of young people experiencing serious disadvantage in Victoria.
Project deadline

June 10, 2019

Applications due by

May 16, 2019

Volunteer hours required

15

Key project info

The problem needing to be solved

We're embarking on a new brand strategy for YSAS to ensure we continue to meet the needs of Victoria's youth - a huge project! A critical component of this is a competitive landscape analysis. And, whilst we know who are competitors are, we are lacking the time to complete a robust and useful analysis document. We know the types of information we're looking for, but we are also open to your suggestions around how we best approach this piece of work.

YSAS will use this document to analyse the position we hold (or need to hold) in our market, and how we ensure we're evolving to meet the needs of those we exist for: young people experiencing serious disadvantage in Victoria.

Responsibilities of the online volunteering project

This project has just the one repsonsibility: to own the creation of a useful competitive landscape analysis for YSAS. The format provided is open: data in Excel, a report in Word, a visual in InDesign - the choice is yours!

The benefit to you, the volunteer

In completing this project you will have a demonstrable impact on the next chapter of the YSAS brand - a brand and organisation committed to creating a community in which all young people are valued, included and have every opportunity to thrive. How? Well, alongside other inputs, this analysis will help us better position ourselves to meet the emerging needs of young Victorian's experiencing serious disadvantage. This analysis will also help us to exist for years to come as knowing who and what we need to be will ensure we're funded for years to come!

Tools required

Laptop to conduct online research

Applications for this online volunteering project have now closed