The promotional tools and situational factors’ impact on consumer buying behaviour and sales promotion

M. Ghafran Ashraf, Muhammad Rizwan, Aamir iqbal, M. Arslan Khan

Abstract


We can see that companies spend a large portion of their budgets for sale promotion. The goal is to offer the merchandise more attractive and valuable. These ideas allow us to conclude that the institutions seek to manipulate the buying activities of consumers, and so begin a strong promotional campaigns or changes in pricing policies, with other measures. The purpose of this research is to study closely the taste of the customers in the various promotional tools. But in this study, we will discuss the impact of a free sample, price reduction, social surroundings and physical surroundings on consumer purchasing behaviour and sales promotion. The research, which we were using in this study, was descriptive in its nature. In this study, we asked 200 respondents to participate in the investigation of self-government to collect data. In this current research questionnaire used as a tool for research. The main objective of the empirical research to measure the reliability of the questionnaires that were used in this research. After collecting the questionnaires, forms we recoded and then entered in to SPSS for regression analysis. With regard to the tendency of customers for sales promotion, research has revealed that a free sample, the discount rate, the physical environment and the social environment played a more significant role in the development of consumer buying behaviour and sales promotion during consumer sales promotion. The practical implications of this research are in recognition of sales promotion tactics that are relevant to the management of clients in the first place in Pakistan. Marketers can get the data from this study will help to identify the buying behaviour of customers and they can also help traders to use promotional techniques and situational factors most effective in attracting customers.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v4i2.5844



Journal of Public Administration and Governance  ISSN 2161-7104

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