Title A study on brand loyalty in Indian FMCG market with special reference to personal care products. Researcher Prabhakar,Dara. Guides, Megharaj,B. R. Keywords Brand Loyalty Market Concept Dimensions. University Sri Krishnadevaraya University. Completed Date 30/06/2008. Abstract Abstract not available. - Materialistic things consume today’s society, whether it is cars, clothing, or jewelry, in a sense we rely on these objects for our happiness. Companies such as Nike, Gap, and Toms, have all had major success do to their loyal customers, who seek the name brand logo of their company. These companies have continued to grow tremendously, making billions of dollars; the companies strive to find ways to outsourcing its manufacturing, in hopes of making more and more profit. Profit is not the only thing that rises, many questions and investigations have occurred, exposing the poor ethical choices these businesses have made.... [tags: NIKE CSR] - Nike Inc takes pride in being an ethical company. Nike places their responsibility to their stakeholders, internal and external, at the top of their priority list. They expend great of time, money, and resources to ensure that they are fulfilling their ethical duty, and achieving the highest standards of ethical responsibility. Because of Nike’s efforts to maintain their ethical integrity, Nike is a good corporate citizen.
Investigating British customers' experience to maximize brand loyalty within the context of tourism in Egypt Netnography & structural modelling approach. Ahmed Rageh Ismail. A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of. Philosophy in Marketing. Brunel University, 2010. Very little is certain about the time and manner of its composition, it is a product of an ancient time, set in times even more ancient and very different to our own. A student who is new to the poem, must rely on footnotes and commentary to make sense of much of it. Thus, we see the story through many layers of tinted glass: the opinions, comments and interpretations of generations of translators and interpreters. This paper is therefore a study of the critical reception of the poem as much as of the poem itself. Testing the critics against each other and against the text and getting rid of what is least likely can result in a coherent view of the poem. My personal bias is simple: I believe the poet set out to celebrate what he felt was a glorious past that was worth commemorating in a long poem.
I Abstract The aim of this master thesis is to contribute to the knowledge about online brand communities and their influence on brand loyalty. Disclaimer: This essay has been submitted by a student. This is not an example of the work written by our professional essay writers. You can view samples of our professional work here. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of UK Essays. The Indian market and the Indian consumer are evolving. India is currently on its growth path, and India, currently the worlds twelfth-largest consumer market today is expected to become the fifth-largest consumer market by 2025 (Zachariah, 2012). The Indian consumer has become aware and is moving from need based to 'kind' of need based, thanks to the upbeat mood of the economy and population's increasing integration with globalised lifestyle and consumption patterns (Gupta,2011). The Indian consumer market, primarily dominated by the younger generation, is also becoming increasingly sophisticated and brand conscious.
Loyalty. These studies discusses that brand affect has meaningful impacts on attitudinal and behavioral brand loyalty Taylor et al. 2004; Matzler et al. Purpose – This study aims to examine how consumers’ perceptions of innovativeness affect an important brand metric: brand loyalty. Researchers have brought forth differing models to explain the innovativeness-loyalty relationship using signaling theory. However, it is unclear which model best explains the effects of brand innovativeness on brand loyalty. Therefore, the study compares the mediating roles of perceived quality and customer satisfaction to the mediating role of consumer involvement. Design– The two conceptual models were tested in a 1 x 3 factorial experimental design across three smartphone brands of varying perceived quality. Data was collected using an online survey on QUALTRICS and the participants were recruited from QUALTRICS’s consumer panel. The collected data were analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Findings – The results showed that a full mediation relationship was found in only one smartphone brand for the BI-PQ-CS-BL hypothesised model while a full mediation relationship was found in all three smartphone brands for the BI-CI-BL hypothesised model. Perceived quality and customer satisfaction were found to be a better indicator of the relationship between brand innovativeness and brand loyalty.
Brand loyalty and involvement in different customer levels of a service concept brand Marketing Master's thesis Susanna Dahlgren 2011 Department of Marketing The research completed in this dissertation aims to define brand loyalty in the airline industry. It addresses what the airline brand is, how can an airline retain its customers and how will it help airlines overcome the current state of the economy. A brand is something that a customer experiences, feels and remembers. Brands reflect the personalities of customers and represent their values. In the highly competitive, dynamic and constantly changing airline industry, building a strong brand is critical to the operations of an airline. Countries’ economies are unstable, unemployment rates are growing and airlines are ceasing operations due to unpaid debts and constant yearly net losses. Airlines are continually trying to reduce costs as much as possible to stay both competitive and afford to offer cheaper air fare for their passengers. However, passengers are the engine of airline operations.
Is brand loyalty of consumers affected by a financial crisis? The current financial crisis has spread around the world and no consumer has stayed untouched The main objective of this research is to determine the relationship between customer satisfaction, brand trust and customer brand loyalty among students who own computer. The data was collected from 201 students in Universiti Utara Malaysia through a self-administered questionnaire. The data was analysed using the Correlation and Regression test. The results show that there is a positive and significant relationship between both the independant variables, namely customer satisfaction and brand trust to customer brand loyalty. The more satisfied the customers with the brand they experience, the more loyal they are towards the brand. In addition, the more the customers trust the brand they are experiencing, the more loyal they tend to be towards the brand. The results also indicate that customer satisfaction contributed more significantly to the customer brand loyalty compared to brand trust.
A Study of Brand Loyalty in the. Business-to-Business Services Sector. Rebekah Bennett. œ Griffith University 1992. hons œ Griffith University 1996. A thesis submitted for the degree of. Doctor of Philosophy. The University of Queensland. School of Management. July 2001. Lookup business/MBA/management concepts, methods, models, theories, etc. Find a knowledge center and and advance yourself by learning all you need to know about your subject. Please select the first letter: This management dictionary contains a description and explanation of terms and methods. You may also be looking for an MBA dictionary or MBA glossary.
Aug 25, 2015. To Investigate Consumer Brand Loyalty in the Irish. Clothing Industry Case Study - Zara. Dissertation submitted in part fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of. “Masters of Science in Management Practice”. At Dublin Business School. Krunal Narendra Gujarathi. Masters of Science Management. Boycotting has been empirically proven to be damaging to business organisations, and there is compelling evidence to suggest that it is not only here to stay, but it is also on the increase. Brand loyalty is declining for many reasons including the effects of market competitiveness, the fading of brand differentiation and the ever-changing marketplace landscape. Transnationality and its impact on consumer behaviour—despite the increase in the international human movements and border crossing—is still an understudied field. The conducted literature review suggests that little attention has been paid to explore the link between boycotting and brand loyalty from the transnational consumers perspective. To achieve the research objective, which is to develop an understanding of the impact of boycotting on brand loyalty and the influence of transnationality on this relationship, a mixed methods approach was adopted. Thirty-five qualitative interviews were conducted with London-based Muslim Arabs and sequentially an online questionnaire that generated 537 responses. This research has empirically revealed the negative impact of consumer boycotts on brand loyalty and highlighted the influential role that transnationality, social capital and demographics play in shaping the consumer boycotting and brand loyalty decision-making process. This study also explored the role of religion on boycotting and the subsequent brand loyalty behaviour and empirically confirmed that religiously motivated boycotts are damaging for business firms as they have a sudden and long-term negative effect on loyalty.
An Examination of Brand Loyalty in the Indonesian Hotel. Industry. A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of. Doctor of Philosophy at. Lincoln University by. Dwi Suhartanto. Lincoln University. 2011. This interactive session will see Marketing Week’s contributors gather to nominate the buzzwords, theories and received wisdom that they would like to see confined to marketing history. Then, the audience will be asked to vote for what goes in, and what doesn’t. ['The Disconnected Customer: What digital customer experience leaders teach us about reconnecting with customers', June 2017. Author, Capgemini]**['The New Science of Customer Emotions', Harvard Business Review, Nov. Authors: Scott Magids, Alan Zorfas, Daniel Leemon] Join the one and only Mark Ritson as he takes us through a hybrid lesson of his and Marketing Week’s hugely successful Mini MBA in Marketing. Adapted from his teachings at leading business schools worldwide, we’ll explore the theory and practice behind a number of the core marketing modules of the Mini MBA programme. Take a break from the shiny new tools and tactics and think about the bigger strategic picture. This session will present Econsultancy’s new framework for marketing, which updates classic models like the 4Ps to fuse both digital and classic marketing under a single, unified model: the Modern Marketing Model (M3). Join Ashley Friedlein, Founder of Econsultancy, as he explains how M3 can help you inform the role and remit of the marketing function within your business.
Thesis Title. The effect of brand experience and customer satisfaction on brand loyalty a case study of True Coffee in Bangkok, Thailand. Author. Ms. Nut-Arin Musikapart. Major Program. Master of Business Administration International. Academic Year. 2012. ABSTRACT. The objective of this research was to study and. This summer, I paid $22 to make my face look like a freshly glazed doughnut. For weeks, Glossier, an online-only beauty startup with a fanatical following, had been hyping a face highlighter called Haloscope by referencing Krispy Kreme’s straight-out-of-the-oven look (“warm on the inside, a little wet and sculpted on the outside”) in its ad copy. How had I never noticed that Original Glazed has a come-hither glow? The desired effect is less glistening carb than Karlie Kloss on her way to barre class — i.e., someone more likely to Snapchat fried food than to eat it — but the analogy was endearing nonetheless. Twenty days after Haloscope was released, Quartz, the pearlescent pink shade, sold out. That’s nothing compared to the waitlist for Boy Brow, Glossier’s eyebrow pomade, which famously climbed up to 10,000. Before restocking last month, Glossier had 60,000 names on waitlists for its nine skin care and makeup products, which the company releases in limited collections every few months. In the two years since Glossier launched, it has hired 44 employees (many of whom double as models) and raised $10.4 million in venture capital financing over a seed and series A round.
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