La influencia de los objetivos de compra en la efectividad de las acciones de trade marketing dentro de los supermercados

  • Jose L. Wakabayashi Muroya Universidad ESAN
  • Jessica N. Alzamora Ruiz Universidad ESAN
  • Carlos A. Guerrero Medina Universidad ESAN
Palabras clave: Comportamiento de compra, Objetivos de compra, Punto de venta, Supermercados, Estrategias de marketing

Resumen

La presente investigación analiza la influencia de los objetivos de compra en la efectividad de las acciones de trade marketing implementadas dentro de los supermercados. Para esto se aplicó una encuesta a 800 clientes de este tipo de canales durante su proceso de compra. Los resultados, basados en pruebas de asociación de variables y diferencia de proporciones, evidencian que los consumidores guiados por objetivos de compra concretos serían más sensibles a las acciones de trade marketing que aquellos guiados por objetivos abstractos. Estos hallazgos contribuyen al replanteamiento de las estrategias de trade marketing en supermercados, sugiriendo una segmentación por objetivos de compra del consumidor, con miras a alcanzar una mayor efectividad en mercados con elevada intensidad competitiva, como el latinoamericano.

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Biografía del autor/a

Jose L. Wakabayashi Muroya, Universidad ESAN

Profesor de tiempo completo, Departamento de Marketing, Escuela de Negocios, Universidad ESAN, Lima, Perú.

Jessica N. Alzamora Ruiz, Universidad ESAN
Profesor
Carlos A. Guerrero Medina, Universidad ESAN

Profesor, Departamento de Marketing, Escuela de Negocios, Universidad ESAN, Lima, Perú.

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Publicado
2018-03-30
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Wakabayashi Muroya, J., Alzamora Ruiz, J., & Guerrero Medina, C. (2018). La influencia de los objetivos de compra en la efectividad de las acciones de trade marketing dentro de los supermercados. Estudios Gerenciales, 34(146), 42-51. https://doi.org/10.18046/j.estger.2018.146.2663
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