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Determinants of Private Label's Purchase Intention in the Korean Market

  • NATALYA, Votchik;CHO, Jae-Wun;LEE, Jong-Woo
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.18 no.10
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    • pp.121-130
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: In this study we investigate the determinants of private label (PL) purchase intention in South Korea. Private labels are becoming more and more popular in America and European countries. However, there are not enough studies focusing on PL within the South Korean market. Therefore, the present study has been written in order to understand more about consumers' purchase intention of store brand in the South Korean market. Many characteristics and aspects of consumers and brand's behavior have been reviewed in order to bring relevant results. Research design, data and methodology: Data was collected using a quantitative survey of Korea retail store's consumer. We analyzed using multiple regression method to test the hypothesis. We analyzed how and why do consumers have a strong intention to purchase the PL. Results: a) Trust towards retailer influences the PL purchase intention of customers; b) brand awareness has an impact on the PL purchase intention of customers; c) perceived quality has an impact on the PL purchase intention; d) Price-quality relationship influences on the PL purchase intention. However, there is no direct effect of some of the factors of determinant. Conclusion: For private label products in the Korean market, trust in sellers and brand awareness influences the purchase of PL products.

The Effect of Essential Online Elements on Consumer Purchase Intention: Insights from a Taobao Perspective

  • Feng, Zhou;Lee, Un-Kon
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.15-22
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    • 2015
  • Purpose - Transparency, seller reputation, and website security are considered to be important factors that influence online customer purchasing decisions in China. This paper empirically examines the relative influence of Taobao.com on customers' online purchasing decisions. Research design, data, and methodology - We perform structural equation analysis, with a sample of 306 observations. The data comes from consumers' real transaction experiences from a specific website. This gives the results of our study more generalizability than studies using subjects who are not asked to engage in real transactions. Results - The results of this study reveal that perceived security and perceived reputation are critical factors affecting consumer trust and perceived transparency is most closely associated with purchase intention. Conclusions - The findings suggest that perceived transparency plays a significant role in increasing online consumer's purchase intention. The knowledge of the relative impacts of these factors and their roles in the customer transaction experience will be useful in developing customized sales strategies. The results of this study reveal that perceived transparency exerts a stronger effect than perceived reputation on consumer purchase intentions.

The Effect of Country-of-Origin on Customer Purchase Intention: A Study of Functional Products in Vietnam

  • Phuong, Nguyen Ngoc Duy;Dat, Nguyen Tien
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.75-83
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    • 2017
  • This paper examines key determinants and the effect of country-of-origin on customer's purchase intention of functional food and dietary supplement product in Vietnam. Exploratory study was identified to evaluate personal and social factors on customer's buying behavior. Twenty-eight reflective constructs were adapted from literature and designed by using a seven-point Likert scale to facilitate measurement. By using non-probability convenience sampling, data was collected from a survey of 242 Vietnamese who have experienced in buying functional and supplement food. This paper employed partial least square structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) as a technique employed to analyze the measurement and structural models. The findings provide evidence that social prestige customer perceives and their positive attitude toward functional food which are main factors influencing on consumers' purchase intention. Customer's perceived prestige plays an important role in decision-making process to purchase. The higher social prestige taken up in consumers' mind, the higher consumers' purchase intention is. Moreover, the more positive attitude customer holds toward functional food, the higher consumers' purchase intention. The research results provide useful information in current understanding of what antecedents determine factors influencing customer's intention to purchase functional food and lead to managerial implications for business strategies.

The Effects of PAD Factors Purchase Intention and Word-of-Mouth on Instagram Advertising Users (인스타그램 광고에 대한 이용자의 감정반응 요인이 구매의도와 구전효과에 미치는 영향)

  • Baek, Jin Ju;Byeon, Benja min;Kwon, Do soon
    • Journal of Korea Society of Digital Industry and Information Management
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.47-72
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    • 2021
  • This research aims to examine the cause-and-effect relationship between the user's purchase intention and word-of-mouth for Instagram advertisements. In addition, Instagram currently has many users in the order of Kakao Talk, Facebook, and Instagram. However, most of the previous prior papers are research on the current status of Instagram. Recent research on Instagram advertising has been lacking. This research is academically significant in that it conducted with the focus on advertising on Instagram. In addition, we provide a framework based on future research in that we proposed a model between human psychology and the oral effect on how much Instagram affects purchasing through the theory of emotional response (PAD). Future studies need to demonstrate the relationship between emotion response (PAD) factors that directly affect purchase intent. Finally, it will need to be studied to analyze purchasing patterns using data mining techniques between different social network services.

A Study on the Assessment of the Index for Sustainable Development of On-line Fashion Advertising (온라인 패션광고의 지속가능발전 지표 평가 연구)

  • Son, Mi Young
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.53-68
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this research was to evaluate the possibility of sustainable development of online advertisements conducted by fashion companies. Factors composed of sustainable development indexes of online advertisement that had been developed in previous studies were identified, and then the relevance between purchase intention and advertisement experience was evaluated. An online survey of 573 persons in the 20 to 40 age range who own mobile phone and have experienced online advertisements of a fashion brand or a fashion company was conducted. The data collected from the survey and the results are as follows. First, the validity and reliability from confirmatory factor analysis of six factors (namely, personal information protection, web use infringement, advertisement expression harmfulness, advertisement expression objectivity, emotional responsibility, and environment-friendly) and 21 questions was confirmed. Second, it confirmed that consumers gave low points to the evaluation of sustainable development indexes of online advertisement of fashion companies. In particular, that consumers gave low points with regard to both environmental friendliness and web use infringement. Third, it was identified that personal indexes such as personal information protection, web use infringement, and indexes relating to advertisement expressions do not directly influence the consumer's purchase intention. However, social indexes like emotional responsibility and environmental friendliness do have an influence on the consumer's positive action intention.

Factors Influencing Consumer's Purchase Intention on Beauty Products in Youtube

  • ROSARA, Nadia Annisa;LUTHFIA, Amia
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.37-46
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: This research aims to explain the influence of social media influencer (SMI), electronic word of mouth (EWOM), and perceived quality (PQ) on purchase intention (PI) of beauty products on YouTube. Youtube as the number 1 social media in Indonesia, has an important role as a promotional strategy media for beauty products. Research design, data and methodology: This study used the online survey to 210 female respondents aged 17-30 years who became a subscriber of an Indonesian beauty influencer. Simple regression and multiple regressions were performed to analyze the independent variables towards the dependent variable. Results: The results show that social media influencer, electronic word of mouth, and perceived quality simultaneously have a significant influence on purchase intention. Nevertheless, only two variables individually have a significant influence on purchase intention, which is social media influencer and perceived quality. Conclusions: Perceived quality and social media influencer could be the best strategies to increase consumers when promoting through the influencer's Youtube channel by utilizing a subscriber. While e-WOM can be influential on other social media platforms rather than on the Youtube platform. Therefore, suggested that digital marketer must use multiple social media platforms to increase consumers' purchase intention.

A Study on the Effects of Price Discount, Product Review, and Perceived Risk and their Interaction Effects in Social Commerce (소셜 커머스에서 가격할인, 상품후기, 지각된 위험의 영향과 상호작용에 관한 연구)

  • Bang, Jounghae;Qian, Chen;Kim, Min Sun;Lee, Eun Hyung
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.87-98
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    • 2013
  • Along with the recent development of Social Network Service (SNS), such as Facebook and Twitter, social commerce market is expanding rapidly. As much, understanding consumers' purchase intention in social commerce becomes important. This study attempted to investigate the factors of consumers' purchase intention, and the effects of these determinants(price discount, perceived risk and product review) on consumer's purchasing intension in social commerce networks. Also, the interaction effects between these factors on consumer's purchasing intension were studied. The results showed that the effect of perceived risk on consumer's purchase intention found to be significantly negative. The interaction effect between price discount and perceived risk, and the interaction effect between price discount and review were meaningful on consumers' purchase intention. It indicates that the important factor for consumers to purchase products in social commerce is not just price discount but perceived risk, and that review which consumers think is manipulated has negative effect on purchase intention.

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Distributing data in Virtual-reality: factors influencing purchase intention of cutting tools

  • JITKUSOLRUNGRUENG, Nitichai;VONGURAI, Rawin
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.19 no.9
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    • pp.41-52
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    • 2021
  • Purpose: Virtual reality is a unique technology to distribute data and demonstrates user's understanding towards complex products. The objective of this research is to investigate the impact of virtual reality on real world purchase intention of automotive cutting tools in Thailand's exhibitions. Hence, the research framework was constructed by telepresence, perception narrative, authenticity, trustworthiness, functional value, aesthetics, and purchase intention. Research design, data and methodology: Samples were collected from 500 visitors who participated in the selected top two metalworking exhibitions. Mix sampling approach is applied by using non-probability sampling methods of purposive or judgmental sampling, quota sampling, and convenience sampling method, respectively to reach target samples. Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Structural Equation Model (SEM) were used to analyze and confirm goodness-of-fit of the model and hypothesis testing. Results: The results indicate that authenticity, functional value, and trustworthiness induced higher experiential value towards purchase intention. Those variables are stimulated by telepresence and perception narrative towards VR experience. Conclusions: Consumer's purchase intention towards VR experience on engineering cutting tools rely on consumer's sense of authenticity, trustworthiness, and functional value. Hence, marketing practitioners in automotive companies are encouraged to develop VR which focusing on significant factors to enhance consumers purchase intention.

The Impact of Nature of Purchase and Purchase Utility on Purchase Intention According to Retailtainment (리테일테인먼트에 따라 구매특성과 구매효용이 구매의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Oh, Hyun-Seok;Cheon, Hongsik J.
    • Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.16 no.12
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    • pp.57-68
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    • 2018
  • Purpose - The development of technologies lead the volume of sale on online market increase but an off-line shopping center is still a core component in the omni-channel strategy. It is generally thought that high-level retailtainment on brick and mortar store affects purchase intentions positively, but some previous studies dispute that and have reported that retailtainment does not affect purchase intentions. So we have studied the additional factors' effect - the nature of purchase and utility - with retailtainment. Research design, data, and methodology - There are 8 treatment groups which were assigned by the method of retailtainment (high vs. low), nature of purchase (essential vs. non-essential), and utility (acquisition vs. transaction). A total of 240 subjects (office workers = 163, 68%; undergraduates = 77, 32%; average age = 30s; female = 39%) were divided into groups and exposed to one of the eight scenarios. Participant's purchase intention was the dependent, and ANOVA and L-matrix were used to analyze for main and interactive effects between factors. Results - First, the main effect and interactive effect between retailtainment and the nature of purchase are significant. We also found that the contrast between essential and non-essential at low-level retailtainment is higher than that of high-level retailtainment. Second, in the case of retailtainment and utility, transaction utility under high-level retailtainment affects purchase intentions positively. Third, between the nature of the purchase and utility, the main effect of the nature of purchase and the interactive effect is significant, but the main effect of utility is not significant. In the case of non-essential goods, the purchase intention was high when transaction utility was provided but in the case of essential goods, acquisition utility increased purchase intentions. Finally, when transaction utility is given, purchase intentions of essential goods increase under low retailtainment, and the purchase intentions of non-essential goods increase under high retailtainment. Conclusions - When customers buy essential goods, discounts decrease purchase intentions. During the season for bargain sales, purchase intentions increase when retailtainment of essential goods is low, and retailtainment of non-essential goods is high.

The Effect of Self-Construal, Prices of Apparel Brand, and Price Discount Sales Promotion Type on Consumer's Purchase Intention (소비자 자기관, 의류 브랜드의 가격과 가격할인 판매촉진유형이 여성복의 구매의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Cho, Kyubin;Hwang, Sunjin
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.16-29
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    • 2016
  • The study aims to explore the impacts of types of consumer's self-construal, prices of brands, and types of discount-based sales promotion on consumers' purchase intention. For this study, a three-way mixed factor method was applied based on a formula, types of consumer's self-construal x prices of brands x types of discount-based sales promotion. The subjects were 218 females in their 20s to 30s living in seoul or Gyeonggi-do areas. For data analysis, three-way variate analysis, analysis of simple interactions and analysis of simple main impacts were conducted through use of the SPSS program. First, based on the impacts of types of consumer's self-construal, prices of brands, and types of discount-based sales promotions in the favor of consumers, there was a significant difference between higher and lower-priced brands. Second, comprehensive discounts rather than monopolistic discounts corresponded to higher favoring by consumers of interdependent self-construal. As for monopolistic discount, lower-priced products corresponded to higher favor than higher-priced ones. Third, there was a significant difference between consumers of independent self-construal and interdependent self-construal. Fourth, comprehensive discount, rather than monopolistic discount, corresponded to higher purchase intention regardless of prices of brands in the group of consumers with interdependent self-construal.