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A Brand is All About Human Perception

Author: ResearchFox
Perception occurs from numerous point of view, communication is only one approach to perceive something. The difference between perception and communication is: Perception is the abstract inclination that comes as a result of the objective communication. Communication is objective, while perception is emotional. Perception depends on various factors such as background of the individual, psyche, economic and social factors and…
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Impact of COVID -19 : Sectoral View

Author: ResearchFox
COVID - 19, has wiped the world from its day to day activities. Starting in the wet city of Wuhan in China, previously known as “2019 novel coronavirus” got spread as wildfire all over the world. As human beings continue to spend days locked up inside their homes, it is imperative that it will effect or change fundamentally the way…
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Heyy Ecommerce!! Do you know the Offline Pricing well

Author: ResearchFox
While the young and internet savvy generation of India is driving the   ecommerce businesses, the retail space is organised as well as unorganised too. Both online and offline players have their own pros and cons. Contradictory to offline business that allows customers to ask for their preferred prices during the course of bargaining/negotiations on the MRPs, in online businesses bargaining…
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Brand Cannibalization – A Threat or an Opportunity

Author: ResearchFox
Brand cannibalization is a very commonly used term in the modern business world which denotes sales reduction of a particular product due to launch of new similar product in the market by the same company. In other words, brand cannibalization leads to loss of customer base or demand for an existing product through customer diversion to a new product. It…
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Retailers must do: BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS STUDY

Author: ResearchFox
“A brand is no longer what we tell the consumer it is – it is what consumers tell each other it is”.   SCOTT COOK   Understanding a potential buyer and convincing them to buy a product/service is a difficult task to a marketer.  As each buyer has their own reason to make a purchase, the marketer must make sure to…
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