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Consumer Responses to In-Store Themed Events

posted on 03.10.2019, 03:33 by Sean James Sands
This research investigates how in-store themed events affect consumer behaviour. Consumer responses to in-store events are studied at two distinct points in the shopping process. The first is at the point a consumer decides where to shop. Specifically, we are interested in how the in-store themed event impacts store choice and its effect on the consumer's anticipated experience. The second point in the shopping process is within the retail setting. Here we are interested in how the presence of a themed event might impact consumers' in-store behaviour. […]


Principal supervisor

Harmen Oppewal

Additional supervisor 1

Michael Beverland

Year of Award


Department, School or Centre

Department of Marketing


Doctor Of Philosophy

Degree Type



Faculty of Business and Economics