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Conjoint analysis

Conjoint analysis is a method for deriving the utility values that consumers attach to varying levels of a product’s attributes. It has become one of the most popular concept-development and testing tools. With conjoint analysis, respondents see different hypothetical offers formed by combining varying levels of the attributes, than rank the various offers. Management can identify the most appealing offer and its estimated market share and profit.

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