In these ATAR forecast examples, we will consider two small businesses. The first is a coffee shop in a local area, who is forecasting a new product idea to see if it is viable.
Your guide to the key financial metrics for marketers: net present value (NPV), pay-back period, internal rate of return (IRR), marketing return on investment (ROMI), and overall profitability.
The ATAR forecasting model is designed to forecast sales and profit of new products following its launch. Find out how to use this model to improve your marketing forecasts.
Need help with your ATAR forecast for your new product launch? Let’s dig into the details of prices, margins, costs, and purchase volume and frequency.
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Possibly one of the more troublesome issues to consider when using the ATAR model for forecasting new products is how the four basic components – awareness, trial, availability and repeat/rebuy – impact each other.
We must take product cannibalization into account in our forecasts because the prime goal of the sales and profitability forecasts is to determine the future position of firm/brand based upon the inclusion of this new product into their product mix.
Find out about the factors that impact the percentage of consumers that trial a product, which marketers can influence and drive.
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