Next determine who your market really is. You may end up having two market demographics: one for the product and one for the opportunity. Develop a market plan for each demographic. Not everyone is an entrepreneur but they may still be interested in the product. This is why quality is key. The product has to be able to stand on its own without the opportunity. Not everyone is going to be interested in the product. Try to narrow down the demographics of those that would be interested so that you can communicate more receptively with your market.
I once sat in a meeting of project and business updates and suddenly one of the directors said, actually with all that we have now we can be in the medical device market. Violaaa!!! This medical device company used to service government hospitals and they have all the equipments. It's just that they never thought of going direct to the hospitals and take the lion share of the business. In that meeting, after going through the company yearly updates, this "innovation" came instantaneously and the next year they are pitching about it to the government hospitals directly.