Impact of Socio-Economic Variables of Customers on the Antecedents of Customer Experience Management in Retail Sector: An Evaluative StudyAuthor : T. V. S. S. Swathi and V. Narasimha Rao
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 64-68
In India there has been a tremendous change witnessed on the consumer behavior since the liberalization of Indian economy from the year 1990s. In a developing economy like India, the biggest challenge a retailer faces would be to tackle the ever-changing consumption practices. India is the world’s fifth largest global destination in the retail space. The consumers in different socio-economic classes will generally have different priorities which will affect how they spend their money. It is essential on the part of retailers to understand socio-economic and demographic factors of consumers, affecting the antecedents of customer experience management in retail trade. This paper is an empirical analysis to know the socio-economic factors impact on consumer behavior in retail sector.
Customer Experience, Organized Retailing, Shopping behavior, Antecedents
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