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Online Buying Behaviour of Homemakers in Western Suburbs of Mumbai and Social Media Influence

Indrila Goswami Varma, Ms. Rupa Agarwal
2014 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
have any influence on their buying behaviour.  ...  The study has its limitations as the sample size is too small to provide definitive information for marketing strategies to be developed, however it provides cues on which marketers can go into further  ...  This is because consumers sometimes make purchasing decisions based on their emotional beliefs which they even themselves are not well aware of.  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-16814265 fatcat:zhca4w7tmbe4pncji4vlem47ri

E‐consumer behaviour

Charles Dennis, Bill Merrilees, Chanaka Jayawardhena, Len Tiu Wright, Charles Dennis
2009 European Journal of Marketing  
see satisfaction as an information cue on which to base their purchase decision.  ...  To evaluate the information demands of services, Zeithaml (1981) suggested a framework based on the inherent search, experience, and credence qualities of products.  ... 
doi:10.1108/03090560910976393 fatcat:d2cvq4y64neb3dybrv5toevfxq

Deep understanding of shopper behaviours and interactions using RGB-D vision

Marina Paolanti, Rocco Pietrini, Adriano Mancini, Emanuele Frontoni, Primo Zingaretti
2020 Machine Vision and Applications  
74.5% on re-id), bringing to different and significative insights for implicit and extensive shopper behaviour analysis for marketing applications.  ...  Over the past years, machine-learning and feature-based tools for people counting as well as interactions analytic and re-identification were developed with the aim of learning shopper skills based on  ...  Conclusion In this paper, a novel and powerful methodology and application for shopper behaviour analysis is presented.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00138-020-01118-w fatcat:mhnh233k3je7vclt5zx6up2emi


Leila Denmamode, School of Innovative Technologies and Engineering, Department of Creative Arts, Film and Media Technologies, University of Technology, Mauritius, La Tour Koenig, Mauritius
2021 MATTER International Journal of Science and Technology  
Through websites' interactive features, e-shoppers perceive a closeness with the product.  ...  Consequently, this paper aims to combine practical technology with multisensory strategy and packaging design to attend to the immediate needs of businesses while addressing the challenge of connecting e-shoppers  ...  *e-shoppers expect: on time delivery, product in excellent condition, personalized treatment introduced options like 360˚ view and 3D virtual try on.  ... 
doi:10.20319/mijst.2021.72.1032 fatcat:ijavhd2b6nfnpk2t7za4kbb2yi

Empirical investigation of factors affecting online shopping behavior

Qaribu Yahaya Nasidi, Muhamad Fazil bin Ahmad, Murtala Garba, Isyaku Hassan, Musa Barau Gamji
2021 Laplage em Revista  
The respondents consist of 375 subscribers of online stores who had prior online shopping experiences from an online store based in Nigeria. The study used Smart-PLS for data analysis.  ...  This research could be a valuable guideline for online firms to make informed decisions on how to increase online sales.  ...  Also, this research could create awareness among online shoppers, particularly Nigerians, regarding the benefits of online shopping innovations.  ... 
doi:10.24115/s2446-6220202173d1728p.363-377 fatcat:zkc536a65rderhjdjtaxvi652m

The Nature of Customer Experience and its Determinants in the Retail Context: Literature Review [chapter]

Anna Hermes, ohannes Kepler University, Department of Business Informatics–Information Engineering, Linz, Austria, René Riedl, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, School of Business and Management, Steyr, Austria
2020 WI2020 Zentrale Tracks  
Based on a comprehensive literature review we identified 45 relevant articles. Major results are: First, we identified 41 factors operationalizing CX.  ...  The Agency is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.  ...  They also find a functional dimension based on interactivity which is also identified by Roy et al. [28] , informativeness, visual engagement, as well as navigation and search ease.  ... 
doi:10.30844/wi_2020_r5-hermes dblp:conf/wirtschaftsinformatik/HermesR20 fatcat:pr7m4o5ohbev3gcaffqnbpqthe

The Psychology of Colour Influences Consumers' Buying Behaviour – A Diagnostic Study

J Suresh Kumar
2017 Ushus - Journal of Business Management  
Conclusions were drawn based on this diagnostic study.  ...  The researcher made a diagnostic study on the psychology of colour influences consumers buying behaviour. Secondary data has been extensively used in this research.  ...  Brand recognition has a large impact on consumer purchasing behaviour. Aside from impulse shoppers, many shoppers seek out products of brands they recognize.  ... 
doi:10.12725/ujbm.41.1 fatcat:xdx5b6elhzhp7fwisbaeidvwfe


Aldona Guzik, Grzegorz Dutka
2019 Studia Humanistyczne (Kraków. 2003)  
Based on selected papers and research reports, including their own and ones not yet published, the authors of the paper present various ways of moving between two realities throughout the whole buying  ...  The paper presents empirical research as it was based on the authors' consumer studies, the full descriptions of which, along with the conclusions, are included in two reports constituting elements of  ...  The surveys based on the diaries, individual in-depth interviews and UX tests were conducted on the same study group.  ... 
doi:10.7494/human.2019.18.3.75 doaj:bbe9bf6f81494d03818c9ae81bef54f1 fatcat:fgocityjqrhpva42iirr7ezzmm

Insights from Deploying See-Through Augmented Reality Signage in the Wild

Ashley Colley, Leena Ventä-Olkkonen, Florian Alt, Jonna Häkkilä
2015 Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Pervasive Displays - PerDis '15  
Based on observations of 261 (library) and 661 (supermarket) passersby and 14 interviews, we provide early insights and implications for application designers.  ...  We report on the development and deployment of our application in two public settings: a public library and a supermarket.  ...  The content was created based on information provided by the store and followed the corporate layout.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2757710.2757730 dblp:conf/perdis/ColleyVAH15 fatcat:bsf7z7kjyvginoqa64xlmpkn7y

Towards an inclusive virtual dressing room for wheelchair-bound customers

Anthony L. Brooks, EvaPetersson Brooks
2014 2014 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS)  
VDR is a 'non-groupware-based' project funded under the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation.  ...  This manuscript reports on a work-in-progress project evolving aside from a main undertaking; that of making a commercial 'Internet of Things' style product called "The Virtual Dressing Room (VDR)".  ...  The analysis also led to a personas generation phase to inform the design.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cts.2014.6867629 dblp:conf/cts/BrooksB14a fatcat:7wcazenhizgbjog4gereom7uka


Katija Vojvodić
2019 Poslovna izvrsnost - Business excellence  
Drawing on the previous literature, the purpose of this paper is to identify the main features of the post-millennial generation in brick-and-mortar retail settings.  ...  earlier generational cohorts of Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y, the Generation Z (known as post-millennial generation) is still underresearched topic in the context of their retail-related behaviour  ...  on the report "What do Gen Z shoppers really want?"  ... 
doi:10.22598/pi-be/2019.13.1.105 fatcat:bb5uoujeyrfrvnqwgubn2ft7oq

Book of Proceedings of the Colloquium on European Research in Retailing

Xavier Brusset
2021 Zenodo  
This book contains the extended abstracts of the communications made in the Colloquium on Eruopean Research in Retailing held in Sophia Antipolis, France on July 15-17 July 2021  ...  Research limitations and outlook Firstly, our scenarios focus on the fashion industry. A cross-industry analysis could test the generalizability of results.  ...  Finally, as we conducted a scenario-based experiment, further research could examine our findings in a real setting.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6461016 fatcat:zjmc2cbjqbfqjjw7y3mvtlvuua

Studying innovation ecosystems using ecology theory

Duncan R. Shaw, Tim Allen
2016 Technological forecasting & social change  
This paper proposes a set of perspectives for studying innovation ecosystems that are based on ecological research.  ...  Our perspectives are based on fundamental similarities between natural and business systems. We suggest that innovation ecosystems can be defined as pathways of interlinked business models.  ...  thank roadtohealth group and especially Alistair Wickens, Group Chief Executive; Paul Nash, Clinical Lead, Heather Lane, Head of Finance and Governance, and Nigel Ingham, Director of Innovation for the information  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2016.11.030 fatcat:omhfn44ej5funai3ysc6ytnlmq

Semantic assessment of shopping behavior using trajectories, shopping related actions, and context information

M.C. Popa, L.J.M. Rothkrantz, C. Shan, T. Gritti, P. Wiggers
2013 Pattern Recognition Letters  
The framework is supported at low-level by different types of cameras, which are synchronized, facilitating efficient processing of information.  ...  A fish-eye camera is used for tracking, while a high-definition one serves for the action recognition task. The experiments are performed on both laboratory and real-life recordings in a supermarket.  ...  Based on 20 hours of observations collected by the 144 researchers in shops we defined the following types of shoppers: goal ori-145 ented, looking around, disoriented, looking for support, fun-shopper  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.patrec.2012.04.015 fatcat:n5yurz2qjvhdjlh35jcnosbz54

A Survey on Human-aware Robot Navigation [article]

Ronja Möller, Antonino Furnari, Sebastiano Battiato, Aki Härmä, Giovanni Maria Farinella
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Physical manifestations of those systems on the other hand, in the form of embodied agents or robots, have so far been used only for specific applications and are often limited to functional roles (e.g  ...  This paper is concerned with the navigation aspect of a socially-compliant robot and provides a survey of existing solutions for the relevant areas of research as well as an outlook on possible future  ...  An alternative are 3D scans (or 3D reconstructions based on photos and videos) that can be traversed freely.  ... 
arXiv:2106.11650v1 fatcat:rhutta3sqrhk3po4hmi77h33qy
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