Determination Of Customer Preferences For Benefits Provided By Sales Promotion At Shopping Centres In Lithuania
Lina Pileliene and
Bakanauskas Arvydas Petras ()
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Bakanauskas Arvydas Petras: Faculty of Economics and Management, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Scientific Annals of Economics and Business, 2015, vol. 62, issue 1, 85-92
The intensifying competition forces organizations to search for various measures which could help in persuading consumer to buy a product. Consequently, the attention to customer attraction is growing enormously. One of marketing measures used for this purpose is sales promotion. However, many measures of this marketing tool used by the companies do not attract consumers and end in failure. The article is aimed to determine customer preferences for benefits provided by sales promotion at shopping centres in Lithuania. Based on the results of questionnaire research the main conclusion is that customers of shopping centres in Lithuania are mainly driven by the utilitarian benefits of sales promotion, and are not affected by hedonic ones.
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