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Market-Place - World's first carbon-centric bioplastic marketplace / Diverse Product Portfolio

Implementing a co-op sales model for product purchases like bioplastic and waste handler machines could create a mutually beneficial environment for Blastik and its partners. Here's a proposed structure:

  1. Product Procurement:

As a cooperative, members can pool their purchasing power to negotiate better deals with manufacturers of bioplastic and waste handling machines, effectively reducing costs.

2. Online Marketplace:

Blastik can build an online platform where all these products are listed. Each co-op member will have access to this platform, where they can easily purchase products at reduced rates. This online platform can serve as a one-stop shop for all sustainability-related products.

3. Offline Stores and Showrooms:

Depending on the geographical spread and interest of co-op members, offline stores or showrooms can be established. These showrooms can serve as hubs where members can physically check the products, and they can also serve as meeting points for members.

4. Sales & Support Training:

Offer training sessions to co-op members on sales techniques, product knowledge, and customer support. This will empower the members to not only buy but also resell these products if they choose, creating additional income opportunities.

5. Shared Customer Service and Support:

The co-op can maintain a shared customer service and technical support team. This team would assist members with any issues or queries they have about the products.

6. Revenue Sharing Model:

In case of reselling, income generated from sales would be distributed among the co-op members based on their level of contribution in sales, this encourages active participation.

7. Feedback and Improvement:

The co-op can facilitate feedback sessions where members share their experiences, problems, or ideas about the products. This could lead to product improvements, making the products more appealing and functional for the users.

8. Reinvestment:

Profits from the co-op can be reinvested back into it for marketing, business development, expansion of product lines, and other beneficial initiatives.

In this model, Blastik is providing an infrastructure and support system which empowers its members to acquire and possibly resell bioplastic and waste handler machines at reduced costs, while also ensuring they have the necessary product knowledge and customer support. This aligns well with Blastik's intention to keep the time investment minimal and to facilitate rather than directly sell.

Use Case: EcoTechFinder – An App for Discovering Eco-friendly Technologies and Solutions

Background: EcoTechFinder is a mobile application designed to connect businesses and individuals with eco-friendly technology providers and sustainable solutions. It aims to promote greener alternatives and support businesses in reducing their environmental footprint.


Businesses and individuals (users) seeking eco-friendly solutions. Eco-friendly technology providers and vendors (solution providers). App administrators and support staff. Scenario:

A restaurant owner, John, is looking for ways to reduce the environmental impact of his business. He hears about the EcoTechFinder app from a friend and decides to download it on his smartphone.

John opens the EcoTechFinder app and creates an account by providing the necessary information, such as name, email, phone number, and business details.

After completing the registration, John starts exploring the app's features. He navigates through the app's various categories, such as waste management, renewable energy, and sustainable packaging.

John is particularly interested in sustainable packaging solutions for his restaurant. He selects the 'Sustainable Packaging' category and finds a list of vendors providing eco-friendly packaging options.

He clicks on a vendor's profile and discovers detailed information about their products, including materials, certifications, pricing, and customer reviews.

John wants to learn more about a specific biodegradable packaging product. He uses the in-app messaging feature to contact the vendor directly and asks for more information.

The vendor responds to John's inquiry, providing additional details and offering to send samples of their packaging products.

Satisfied with the information and samples received, John decides to place an order for biodegradable packaging materials through the EcoTechFinder app.

The vendor receives John's order and starts processing it. They provide John with an estimated delivery date and tracking information.

John successfully transitions to eco-friendly packaging for his restaurant, thanks to the EcoTechFinder app. He continues to explore other categories within the app to find additional sustainable solutions for his business.

In this use case, the EcoTechFinder app connects users looking for eco-friendly solutions with vendors and providers specializing in those areas. It streamlines the process of finding and adopting sustainable technologies and helps businesses become more environmentally responsible.

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