The paradox of choiceToday we’ll try to answer the question – whether a big choice offered to the client is an advantage or disadvantage.

Let’s start with presenting such an experiment: two groups of clients were offered to taste different kinds of jams. The first group was given 6 kinds of jams, the second 24 kinds. It turned out that 30% of clients from the first group bought later a jar of jam, and only 3% of clients from the second group. Why?