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  • Case Study Of Hyperstar

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    Introduction: Hyperstar is a shopping mall located in Lahore. It was opened up in 2009 in Fotress Stadium Lahore. It is one of the biggest grocery stores in Lahore. Hyperstar has always tried it best to provide best services to their valued customer. Its branches are also opened up in Islamabad and Karachi. It is a one shop shopping designation for everyone where we can get almost everything under one roof. It is one of the best shopping mall in Pakistan. Functional-structuralism theory: Living an

  • Pros And Cons Of Online Shopping

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    Our group interviewed five people at the Gretna Outlet Mall about their overall shopping experience. Common themes that were brought up by the interviewees over the course of the conversations included the influence of brand names as well as the pros and cons of online versus in-person shopping. In the later conversations, these common themes were something we steered the interviewees toward as they were a major part of the problem that, as a prospective business, we would hypothetically attempt

  • Retail Environment Elements That Influence Consumer Shopping Behavior

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    need (Asim, A., & Saf, 2013, P. 560). Thus, it enables mall managers implementing effective marketing strategies. In line with this managerial need, researchers have identified number of different factors that influence consumer buying behavior like retail environment which is one of the most important factors, affecting consumers’ purchase process. This literature review seeks to identify retail environment elements that influence consumer shopping behavior. The structure of this literature review is

  • Gender Impacts Of Gender Influence On Gender And Gender

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    INTRODUCTION Gender is a set of behavioural norm of the masculine or feminine characteristics. It is performative in nature and is largely determined by child’s upbringing. The term became popular in 1980’s. This terminology ‘Gender’ has great association with geography as gender is being influenced by society and culture as these cultures tends to vary over space. So, the gender role also tends to change over space. Gender relation varies across nations in terms of women’s subordination and male

  • Waltz on the Danube Essay

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    the Danube Executive Summary The purpose of this case is to establish the viability of the €75 million shopping center project located along the Danube River in the city of Gyor. As the director of Hungarian operations for ECE Projektmanagement Dr. Philipp von Wilmowsky had worked for two years on the 30,300 square meter shopping center. So while Gyor lack significant a shopping center thus creating a site that had great potential there were several major questions that would define the

  • Kapampangan Teens on Mall Preference

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    Kapampangan Teens on Mall Preference: SM Pampanga versus Robinsons Starmills (Qualitative) The research focuses on the preferences of Kapampangan teens to SM Pampanga over Robinsons Starmills. The group chose to focus on teens (13- 19 years old of both genders) because: (1) they tend to be heavy users of shopping malls (Baker and Haytko, 2000), (2) they spend disproportionately larger money in those in which they have a high degree of interest and involvement (McCasland, 2004), (3) they have

  • Shopping And Shopping In Online Shopping

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    CLOSING STORES IN MALL AND EXPLOSION IN ONLINE STORES With the evolution of modern technologies, consumers around the world are adopting those which are more favorable and easier to them. With the advent of internet around the globe there have been many trends which have been set in real world. From little daily routines to high class business routines, internet has its prominent role. Some of them are really productive and favorable and some of them are de-productive and does not play any good

  • The Mall Of America By David Guterson Essay

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    In “Enclosed. Encyclopedic. Endured: The Mall of America,” David Guterson’s description concerning the Mall of America researches into numerous surfaces that are entrenched throughout the mall both physically and psychologically. David Guterson claims that the Mall is a psychological impact on the applicants inside. He makes this claim through his portrayals of the shopping mall’s: exterior and interior environment, the people he interviews, and the malls many titles. A vivid depiction about the

  • Shopping Center : Chicago 's Inner Harbor

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    19th century, the shopping centers were place in open public places where there was urban and public activities of a city. For example, a festival center called Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. This was in the street full open places such as games, shopping centers, restaurants, etc... On these shopping centers were people who wanted to shop, eat, entertain, sleep, get marry, and have a college education. The beginning of the 20th century, one of the ideas was to create shopping malls and parks. The nature

  • The United State Census Bureau

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    to become available and malls too, but they both are going to vary in certain aspects. Neighborhood stores are stores that provides accommodations to the locals. Malls, on the other hand, are large buildings made of multiple competitive retails stores. Nevertheless, neighborhood stores and malls seem very similar, but when looking at their square footages, remoteness from home, and marketability, they are quite different. Community stores tend to be small, whereas malls are quite large. A commonly