ACROPOLIS FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT & RESEARCH INDORE SYNOPSIS ON “A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CUSTOMER PERCEPTION OF FACTORY OUTLET STORES TOWARDS TRADITIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES” Guided By: Submitted By: Prof. Prerna Bamoriya Deepak Singh chouhan MBA (III-Sem) DEVI AHILYA
performing a good research study. Comparing the Effects of Store Remodeling on New and Existing Customers. One topic of great concern is the effect of Store remodeling on new and existing customers. Dagger, and Danaher (2014) argued that, “subsequent to the remodeling of a store, the revenue of that particular store will increase due to the anchoring of new customers as opposed to existing customers” (p.65). Two tests were conducted on two separate departmental stores, heterogeneously, both
TITLE OF THE STUDY CONSUMER SURVEY FOR BIG BAZAAR IN NCR RATIONALE OF STUDY As customer’s tastes and preferences are changing, the market scenario is also changing from time to time. Today’s market scenario is very different from that of the market scenario before 1990. There have been many factors responsible for the changing market scenario. It is the changing tastes and preference of customer which has bought in a change in the market. Income level of the people has changed; life styles
A Research Proposal On A Study on Preference of Youth about food in LPU Submitted to Lovely Professional University In partial fulfillments of the award degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS Submitted By- Submitted to- Manish Kashyap Dr.Anand Thakur Harshit Srvastava Associate Professor Mridul Kr. Pandey Amit Kr.Gauarv Faculty of Business & Applied Arts Lovely Professional University CONTENTS S.NO TOPIC PAGE 1. Introduction 3 2. Background 3-4 3.
In this argument, I will be examining three researched articles that are relevant to the research study, of (Comparing the effects of Store Remodeling on Sales). These articles seek to explore the possible contingencies or successful resources, which are critical in undergoing a research study of this topic. An analysis of the issues or successes will be explained, however, if the potential risks of performing such a research are major, an assessment of an alternative action will be argued for
trade and retail trade; distinguish between wholesale trade and retail trade; enumerate the services of a wholesaler and a retailer; enumerate and explain the various types of retailers; differentiate between multiple shops and departmental store; 28 :: Business Studies • • state the conditions necessary for the success of a mail-order business; enumerate the characteristics of a Super Bazar. 8.3 Internal Trade: Meaning, Features and Importance Meaning of Internal Trade Internal trade is the
1. The organization chosen for this study is Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Wal-Mart is an American multinational company that operates a chain of warehouse stores and departmental stores. The organization is headquartered in Arkansas from which operations of 11,000 stores are spread in over 27 countries. Sam Walton formed the company in 1962. The purpose of the company was if they could lower the cost of living for everyone it would give the world the opportunity to have a better life by saving money.
College Of Commerce And Finance, Noida, for giving me the opportunity to undertake this project and enhance my knowledge. Finally I would like to convey my heartiest thanks to all my well-wishers for their blessing and co-operation throughout my study. They boosted me up every day to work with a new and high spirit. Sachin Yadav CONTENTS CHAPTER CHAPTER-1
1003 MKT Individual Assignment - Glitzz Case Study 1. What factors influence the pricing decisions for a product such as Glitzz? Analyze the factors and comment on the range of prices that can be set for Glitzz. The factors that influence the pricing decisions for Glitzz are the pricing objectives, costs, and demand. The pricing objectives will be needed to direct the role of the price in the market. Higher prices will need to be set if the objective is to have higher profit margin instead of
guiding the heads of departments. Middle Level Heads of departments Ensuring activities within their respective departments run smoothly. Ensuring that departmental employees adhere to the hospitals policies and procedures. Ensuring that departmental goals are achieved. Lower Level Departmental employees Attending to clients. Working to achieve departmental goals. Ensuring that assigned tasks are completed on time. Table 1:1. A tabulated description of professionals within the organization and the duties