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Title: Key factors that drive consumers' intention to buy shampoo in Thailand.
Authors: Titinan Nimsiriwangso
Keywords: Marketing and Management
Intention to buy
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2020
Publisher: มหาวิทยาลัยมหิดล
Citation: 2019
Abstract: This paper offers an exploration of the intention to buy shampoo products in Thailand. The study focuses on both consumers' and marketers' insights to gain the most accurate information. The research method for collecting the data for this research study is in-depth interviews. The qualitative data were collected from two groups of respondents consisting of fast-moving consumer goods’ marketers and consumers who regularly buy shampoo for themselves. From the findings, it clear that the key factor that drives intention to buy shampoo is the quality of a product. In addition, the product has to match with consumers’ hair problems or concerns. Interestingly, most of the participants from the consumers' group mentioned that they do not trust advertisements and direct communication by brands. This paper provided some examples of advertisement ideas that would gain consumers’ intention to buy.
Other Identifiers: TP MM.050 2019
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