Understanding the Gabor-Granger Method - A Tool for Pricing Strategy | Syno

Developed in the 1960s by Clive Granger and André Gabor, the Gabor-Granger method is a specialized form of monadic price testing. It's particularly effective for determining the optimal price for new products or services.

At its core, the Gabor-Granger method involves identifying the highest price a consumer is willing to pay for a product or service. This is typically done by presenting respondents with five different price points in a survey. Each respondent is asked a purchase intent question for a randomly chosen price from these five options. Based on their response, categorized as 'Definitely Buy' or 'Probably Buy', they are then asked about their purchase intent at a higher or lower price point. This process continues until the highest price at which the respondent shows a strong purchase intent is identified. If a respondent does not show a strong intent for the lowest price, they are usually excluded from the analysis.

The real power of this method lies in its ability to produce a demand chart and a revenue curve. The demand chart plots the percentage of people willing to pay at different price points (prices on the x-axis and percentage on the y-axis), while the revenue curve shows the predicted revenue at these different prices. These reports are valuable for businesses to understand how pricing changes can impact demand and revenue.

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