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2005, vol. 53, iss. 1-2, pp. 63-71
Upravljanje asortimanom i strategija in-store merchadising-a maloprodavaca brendiranih modnih proizvoda
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Delta Maxi
Keywords: frequencies; percentage; means; Std. Deviation; ANOVA; bivariate correlation and factor analysis
The basic goal of research, which results we are demonstrating, is exploring main psychological characteristics of domestic branded-fashion products customers during buying process. Defined merchandising strategy is component part of branded products fashion approach. The main hypotheses which are the base for research are: consumer perception and their knowledge of branded-fashion products make pressure on their preference; the technique of displaying products as an essential ingredient of implemented merchandising strategy determines actual customer choice of it. During realization of the research there has been used standardized scales and after collecting data it had been prepared descriptive statistic.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Paper
published in SCIndeks: 02/06/2007