Hi Anonymous, I love interview questions like these because they're seemingly simple, but we can still be organized and thoughtful in our analysis. There's no single correct way to approach this qu... (mehr)

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Hi, Step 1: ask to define "good idea". In general it will be some king of IRR / payback period. So you will have to analyse investment, revenue and cost. Step 2: calculate revenue Rev= % of FM... (mehr)

Hi Anonym, there are many different ways to calculate that. Depending on whether the question is used as a whole case or is only part of a case, you can solve it in different levels of detail. A... (mehr)

This is a typical market sizing question. You should clarify if the goal is to find only the number of sim cards sold or value from the number of sim cards sold. You can answer by the following approa... (mehr)

Got a similar case at McKinsey some time ago - I actually asked the same question here : https://www.preplounge.com/en/consulting-forum/atypical-case-4501

Hi Firas, An interesting question. If I were to receive such a question in an interview, I would start by clarifying a few things: Should I estimate the number of hot dogs sold, or the number... (mehr)

A few thoughts on this: Price differs by airline: full service carrier vs. low cost airline Price differs by flight duration: short flight vs. long-haul flight Price differs by booking class... (mehr)

Hi, Both of your approaches are correct since you can calculate the things from the supply and demand sides. For example for the hospitals, you can calculate the number of hospitals per certain are... (mehr)

Hi Kiga, one possible approach (top down approach - you can also go bottom up). First clarify the perimeter of the market sizing e.g. - Only privately-owned cars vs. taxis, professional vehic... (mehr)

This question has very limited information so will do my best based on it. There are multiple approaches - one of them outline below I assume this is the market in one country 1. Estimate countr... (mehr)

Population approach: 1. Number of inhabitants in the country 2. Segment them according to age 3. Differentiate the segments based on their defining characteristics, e.g. people beween 0-10 ty... (mehr)

Hi, You should make the following assumptions: Peak, non-peak hours and total operational hours # of planes landing and taking off during peaks and non-peaks Max # of passengers per plane... (mehr)

Hi Firas, first of all I would ask the interviewer to clarify whether the market size is in - Dollar term - Number of house sold (volume term) Also when we say real estate, I would ask whe... (mehr)

Hi, Segment UK area into cities / rural Calculate the number of active digging per 1km in both based on personal experience / observations. Calculate each segment Assume some utilization... (mehr)

Hi, 1) First of all, there are two ways to calculate market size: From supply side (e.g. vending machines spots) From demand side (e.g. vending products consumption) 2) There are 2 way... (mehr)

Hi, It should not be calculated with the replacement theory. First of all, you can always ask in clarifying questions if we are taking into account the commercial usage. The approach case by... (mehr)

Plenty of good options below. Another way to think of this is to think from a population perspective and not split it upfront but start with overall usage for those that do not have access to perso... (mehr)

Hi, There are 2 ways to structure market sizing: Formula - basically a math formula to come up with a solution. The problem with the formula is that it is easy to forget something or get lost... (mehr)