3 edition of Marketing and consumer behaviour in East and South-East Asia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Anthony Pecotich, Clifford J. Schultz II, eds.|
|Contributions||Pecotich, Anthony., Schultz, C. J., II.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 747 p. :|
|Number of Pages||747|
The marketing implications of the consumer decision-making process are essential to understand in order to maximize sales. Consumers are driven both by rational thinking and emotions, and marketers must conduct careful research to tap into and harness the power of . Because these approaches miss crucial variations in consumer preferences and behavior, resources are invested less than optimally. McKinsey’s experience suggests that in Asia, urban clusters are the most appropriate strategic and marketing unit for consumer businesses. Often, we advise clients to forget the forest and see the trees.
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A consumer may belong to multiple subcultures, not just one as possibly implied by this diagram. In this example, a consumer might be: female, in Generation Y, born in South-East Asia, now living in a major city Western Europe, and be middle social class – as highlighted. SOUTH-EAST Asia’s Internet economy is on track to hit US$ billion by , as the region’s Internet economy soared to US$ billion in and more than tripled in size over the last four years. Read more at The Business Times.
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This text provides a direct and up-to-date description of the lates situation and trends in Asia. In essence the chapters present a mini-textbook on the environmental consumer behaviour and, marketing situation in each country in Asia.
Get this from a library. Marketing and consumer behavior in East and South-east Asia. [Anthony Pecotich; Clifford J Shultz; Asia Pacific Centre.;] -- Eighteen countries in the East and South-East Asia (ESEA) region are analysed. Each chapter focuses on geography and recources, the political system, the economic system, the social system, the.
Consumer Behavior in Asia: Issues and Marketing Practice will help marketers and market researchers understand Asia’s consumer market by providing you with a consumer segmentation of China’s billion population as it explores Asia’s cultural values, consumer perceptions, and by: 7.
Digital commerce and Southeast Asian consumer behaviour Pamela Victor. almost one in four online purchases in Asia are now made on smartphones and by65% of all transactions will be carried out online. Source: Accenture. and providing actionable insights for effective integrated marketing.
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There is scant research on all these areas in Asia. By putting these concepts and practices in context, our book also provides insights and knowledge for general management. We outline the main themes, cases and sectors across the 14 economies we cover in North East, South East and South Asia, and each of the chapters.
While South-East Asia’s working-age population will continue to rise faster than the global average, contributing nearly 70% of consumption growth in the region, elderly consumers are a group to watch; their numbers are growing the fastest of any age group at around 5% a year.
Between now andthere will be nearly 20 million more people aged 60 and over in the region. This is particularly true when it comes to shopping.
In the past year, 58% of searches in the region were done on a mobile phone. 1 While regional data for mobile commerce is sparse, data from Singapore indicates that one-third of e-commerce consumer spending occurs via smartphones.
2 Anecdotally, some internet retailers reported that number surpassed 50% across Southeast Asia in Asia is no longer simply the continent to which the world turns for outsourcing and off shoring of production, leaving retailing to Western countries. Asia now contains many of the world’s largest markets plus many emergent markets as well.
North America is fast ceding ground to China as the world’s largest economic power. In this book the authors outline and explain these differences and put forward modifications to many well-known consumer behaviour concepts.
Consumer Behaviour in Asia shows how firms need to modify their marketing strategies in such areas as segmentation, positioning and the marketing mix in order to successfully penetrate these markets. In Shopping Behavior in Asia, Laurent Sausset discusses all aspects of retailing in the Far East including such topics as location, parking and traffic patterns, promotions, product assortment, pricing, signage, customer loyalty and employee training.
He offers specific examples and recommendations for success, category by s: 1. Asia Consumer Behavior Reports: Our Asia report include trends, statistics, opportunities, sales data, market share, segmentation projections on the Consumer Behavior.
What are consumers looking for online. Find out the e-commerce differences across six Southeast Asian countries. Robert East is professor of consumer behaviour in the marketing department of Kingston Business School, London.
He trained as a social psychologist and is a postgraduate of London Business School. His research has mainly focused on word-of-mouth patterns, where his new evidence has shown that some widely-held beliefs are mistaken.4/5(1).
Southeast Asia’s environmental woes – Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam are among the world’s worst plastic waste polluters – has risen in tandem with its economic growth and that of its middle class. The region’s gross domestic product (GDP) has more than quadrupled in the past two decades from US$ billion in Compared with winners elsewhere in the world, CPG companies in Southeast Asia have invested little in gathering data to generate business insights.
For instance, none of the companies in our survey conduct conjoint analysis to understand consumer behavior. None of them mine social media for consumer insights.
And although all winners in the. Consumer Behavior in Asia: Issues and Marketing Practice will help marketers and market researchers understand Asia’s consumer market by providing you with a consumer segmentation of China’s billion population as it explores Asia’s cultural values, consumer perceptions, and attitudes.
This is an, up-to-date detailed guide to the most important issues in consumer text emphasizes recent research on consumer processes and issues, with a more behavioral orientation than many other texts.
It introduces the fundamentals of consumer behavior, then covers loyalty, brand equity and brand extension issues; the impact of price and sales promotion; the attitudes, beliefs.
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"A view of marketing and advertising practices in Asia and its meaning for marketing managers", The Joumal of Consumer Marketing, Vol. 2, # 2, (Spring ), pp 77 seen in Far Eastern Economic Review, (December 1, ), ppCluster analysis is usually applied in marketing primarily for the following purposes: 1.
Market segmentation. In cluster analysis, objects are identified and divided into groups (people, markets, institutions) with certain characteristics such as attitude, consumer behavior, media viewing habit, in order to help manufacturers / organizations understand the existing market segments.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: An Alternative Consumer Behaviour Theory for Asia Distinguishing Features of Asian Culture The Mind-Set of the Individual Consumer Driving Forces in Asian Consumer Behaviour An Example of Asian Consumer Behaviour: The Leisure Industry Marketing Implications The Marketing .