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... (more)

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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... (more)

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... (more)

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... (more)

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... (more)

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... (more)

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... (more)

An overall strategy can be: Total number of educational institutions in the UK--> Schools/Coaching centers--> Government/Private--> Average number of teachers per school--> Average Number... (more)

Hi, You should just make an assumption of how frequently the used car is sold during the lifetime based on your personal experience. Sales will equal The Total number of used cars * # of times it's... (more)

Hey Guys, I have a written case interview at Monitor Deloitte next week and I faced trouble doing... (more)

Let's try to estimate this for the city of London I start with formulating the approach in the form of an equation Step 1: Raincoat market size ($) = City population(#) * (% of pop. that feels... (more)

Hi, I would look into two things. First, what's the annual profits? Revenues can be calculated by the number of cars (commercial and individual) passing per day, which will be dependent on populati... (more)

Hey, I would say you can solve this by going from a supply or a demand side. I would probably say that I would go from the supply side and try to see # bands capable of hosting 50K+ events. I wo... (more)

Hi, Why don't you calculate the meat consumption in China from the population and then get the number of pigs from that? Best

Hi, I may be misreading, but I think you made a major mistake here: Ventilators are used primarily for life support, not for people with respiratory issues. I.e. lots of people have asthma (reps... (more)

Hi, For market sizing questions the following 3 aspects are important: State your approach: Which approach would you take? For example top-down approach, bottom-up approach, demand side, supp... (more)

Hi, You still have an objective - calculate the number of X. That's how you start: Our objective was to calculate the number of x Based on our analysis it will be Y There is a number of d... (more)

Hi! You'll really get the best out of this exercise if you try it yourself. Why don't you post what you're thinking and we can help? Hint: What's the lifecycle of a cow?

Hey Ana-Maria, Let's hear from you first and we can provide feedback! To start, do you think it makes more sense to do top-down (i.e. # of people in the country, # married, divorce rate, and so... (more)

Hi, you do that like any other market sizing question. The idea is to find the number of potential customers for the whole market. One way to do it is to look at the number of flights per year. Fi... (more)