Gabor Granger Method - Optimize Your Price Offer

Introduction to Gabor Granger

The Gabor Granger method is a powerful market research tool designed to fine-tune pricing for maximum revenue and profitability for a specific concept. Through direct consumer feedback on their willingness to purchase the concept at different presented price points, this technique provides clear insights into the optimal pricing for any product or service.

Advantages of Gabor Granger
  • Targeted Insights: Directly assess how price changes impact customer purchase intent.
  • Revenue Optimization: Determine the price point that offers the best balance between sales volume and price.
  • Efficient Data Gathering: Quick survey distribution and analysis for fast decision-making.
  • Versatile Use: Ideal for a variety of industries and products, from tech gadgets and consumer goods to subscription services.
Where to Use It

This method shines in scenarios like:

  • Product Launches: Setting introductory prices for new offerings.
  • Market Adjustments: Adapting prices in response to competition or cost changes.
  • Promotional Planning: Deciding on discount strategies for sales events.
How to Use It

To leverage the Gabor Granger method:

  • Survey design: Provide category, product description, and price points to test. The system creates a questionnaire that asks consumers about their purchase likelihood at different price points.
  • Collect Responses: Reach out to the target audience segment to fill in the survey.
  • Analyze Results: The system calculates the price point with the highest revenue potential considering both price and demand and also the highest expected Gross Margin if production cost is shared.
  • Apply Insights: Adjust your pricing strategy based on these data-driven insights.

At Syno International, we specialize in automating the Gabor Granger method to unlock your pricing strategy's potential. From data collection to results, we guide you through the steps to ensure your pricing decisions are grounded in solid consumer feedback.