Hello everyone, how would you estimate the revenues of a bar in the center of the city? How wo... (more)

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Hi, 1) First of all, 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 some... (more)

Hi, I would approach it with a household perspective: - umbrellas per household - life of umbrellas - umbrellas purchased because forgotten at home - umbrellas purchased in the US by foreigners (... (more)

Hi all, I have finished an interview but find the market sizing part quite challenging. Would ap... (more)

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The number of hairdressers depends on three main factors: # of haircuts done per year, time spent per haircut and capacity of each hairdresser. Number of haircuts: Number of haircuts depends on US... (more)

Hi, I would split Spain into 3 buckets and allocate % of the area: Urban areas Rural areas National parks / uninhabited areas 1. Urban - you take an average size of the block and fin... (more)

Hello! I would calculate how many balls are purchased per year by two segments: (1) individual players and (2) academies/centers. Calculate # of players and # of academies (estimation: X% of... (more)

Hi, I think the last approach is better. Market sizing cases like this are thought to be solved in 20 minutes, therefore you have the time to be more detailed in the estimation and add at the end qua... (more)

Hello! First of all, I would clarify if we are talking about big/olimpic stadiums (e.g., Allianz in Munich or Bernabeu in Madrid, so the ones of big soccer teams) or total numer of them (including... (more)

It seems to be a standard market sizing that you can tackle starting from total american population, as suggested by others. If you want to impress you interviewer, once that you have done your est... (more)

I would follow the following process: US population: 330M US population "per year": 330M / 80 years = 4.1 M / year Here you are making the hypothesis that the average life expectancy is 80... (more)

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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... (more)

Hi Jorgie, I like the way you approached the problem but I would suggest an approach that is a mixture of the 2: Calculate the population that lives in cities that have the facilities to char... (more)

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Hi Anonymous This seems to be an interesting ask and can be a bit intriguing. You may get this if you are an experienced candidate and have something like this on your CV. I hope you are aware o... (more)

Hi Your questions is a very valid one. However, the answer lies in how you address the problem. 1. Addressing a Sizing Problem A typical market sizing problem can be addressed from either De... (more)

Hi, The general framework for pricing is: Cost base - Value based - Competitor based - pricing strategy 1. Cost based - you actually check what are the costs and apply standard industry / target... (more)

The question has a bit of a disconnect. The amount of money given to grow trees does not have to correlate to the number of trees that can be planted. To answer the question on number of trees... (more)

Hi, This is one of the common questions I solve with my trainees. You can do the following: Think about the total number of liters consumed by one person per day (say 2L) You need to th... (more)