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Consumer Lifestyle Marketing and Promotion Market Research

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  1. The Budget Shopper - US - December 2014

    “Retailers should strive to make it easy and even fun for customers to use coupons, tailor them as much as possible to customers’ individual tastes, and reward them for telling others about savings they accrued.”– Diana Smith, Senior Research & Apparel Analyst

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2014
    US
  2. The Budget Shopper - US - June 2012

    Popularized during the height of the recession, the term “budget shopper” referred to a consumer who was struggling to make ends meet by scrutinizing costs, weighing out the pros and cons of nearly every purchase, and making spending cutbacks wherever possible. Although the recession officially ...

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    June 2012
    US
  3. Budget Shopper - US - October 2010

    The official announcement that the recession came to an end in June 2009 seems out of sync with the reality of most Americans still feeling the effects of the downturn. Reflecting an enduringly recessionary mindset, a majority of consumers continue to say that they are budgeting their money more ...

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    October 2010
    US
  4. Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty Programs - US - January 2010

    Customer satisfaction and loyalty programs have become more important to retailers and service providers as they struggle to hold on to customers in a prolonged economic downturn. Indeed, membership in loyalty and reward programs, most of which promise savings in the form of special discounts or ...

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    January 2010
    US
  5. Budget Shopper - US - October 2009

    The current recession didn’t so much start a trend toward budget shopping as intensify one already in place. While belt tightening has been an ongoing process in recent years, the motivations for it have shifted considerably in the past 12 months as the recession has deepened and turmoil in the ...

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    October 2009
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