Hello all - I have a final round coming up for an infrastructure fund focused on telecom, airports, roads. I have read a lot of posts on modeling type of case studies and am comfortable with those, but can someone provide tips or general idea of how more on-the-spot type of case questions would like? I'm currently guessing market sizing type of questions or modelling approach? I frankly have no project finance experience, just TMT experience for the most part, so any tips / pointers would be appreciated. Thank you!
06 Apr 2020
Hi guys, I'm having trouble getting good at market sizing, and was wondering if you have any recommendations on best books for market sizing learning and practices please? Thank you'
30 Jun 2018
Anybody know how best to answer this market sizing question? I would break into 3 steps: 1) # of ppl that fly each day 2) # of ppl that fly into Boston each day 3) Assume 1 passenger has 1 bag and get total # of bags Would do #1 by segmenting into age (younger ppl likely to fly more, older less). Only problem is my logic from getting from step 1 to 2 is pretty shaky. I was thinking about saying Boston's a major city with lots of connecting flights so maybe 5% of all people that take flights go to Boston. Any other approaches? Thanks.
05 Sep 2013
How would you guys solve this market sizing q? I would first start with residential vs. commercial vs. industrial. However, I'm really not too sure if this is the best approach and would love any thoughts anyone may potentially have. I think my logic is especially shaky for industrial - thanks guys! Residential: - Assume 100M households in US (300M people / 3 ppl per household on average) - Assume, on average, 1 house / apt per household (richer people will have more, some may be homeless, average is probably 1) - Result: 100M buildings Commerical (corporations, malls, churches, mom-pop stores
15 Dec 2015