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Inventi Impact - Retailing & Consumer Services

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Retailing & Consumer Services’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. This interdisciplinary journal focuses on rapidly developing and converging fields of retailing and services studies, particularly, distribution and selling of goods, retailing of professional services such as health and law, retailing of consumer services such as transportation, tourism, leisure, and personal financial services.

  • CHANGING DOMESTIC SEAFOOD RETAILING TRENDS IN INDIA
    Sam Siril Nicholas S, Maheswaran M L, Gunalan B*    Download Full Text

    Domestic seafood market in India has failed to evolve over the years to the present day expectations of the consumers. Today, consumers in India are ready to pay for better quality due to better growth in India economy but fail to get the quality they deserve. ‘Large supermarkets’ have not succeeded seafood sales, currently new format of ‘improved traditional seafood stall’ is getting bett...

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  • TURKISH RETAIL INDUSTRY AND THE RELATIONS WITH ALBANIA
    Emel Kursunluoglu Yarimoglu    Download Full Text

    This study showed how the structure of the retail industry has been transformed since 1920s in Turkey by the new retail formats. The Turkish retail industry has been developing since 1980s. It had too many foreign operations and Turkish retailers have begun to enter foreign countries for a long time. Turkish operations in Albania were analysed since Albania has taken too much investments that ...

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  • THE IMPACT OF ETHIC TOWARDS MACEDONIAN CONSUMERS
    Argjina Karemani, Selvije Thaci, Rametulla Ferati, Yzeiri Baftijari    Download Full Text

    In this paper the implementation of the Ethic of products and services that exists in the Republic of Macedonia iz analyzed. Therefore, the research conducted in this paper shows the products and services which are been offered in Macedonia and how they manage to adhere to standards based on theoretical and empirical research. It is emphasized the need for companies to focus on issues related...

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  • INNOVATION STRATEGIES: THE PATTERNS ACROSS COUNTRIES, INDUSTRIES AND FIRM COMPETITIVENESS
    Inga Stankevice    Download Full Text

    The paper is aimed at the identification of firm-level innovation strategies and their competitiveness across sectors and countries. The types of innovation strategies are identified based on exploratory techniques that are applied to CIS6 microdata. The data includes 60 innovation variables from 16 European countries, 12 core and 19 additional industrial sectors. The total sample size equals ...

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  • EFFECTS OF ATTITUDE TOWARD USING, PERCEIVED USEFULNESS, PERCEIVED EASE OF USE AND PERCEIVED COMPATIBILITY ON INTENTION TO USE E-MARKETING
    Kanokwan Kanchanatanee, Nuttida Suwanno, Anu Jarernvongrayab    Download Full Text

    This research was purposed to establish the effect of attitude toward using, perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use and perceived compatibility on intention to use E-Marketing of small and medium sized business owners in the three southern border provinces of Thailand (Yala, Pattani and Narathiwas provinces) A questionnaire-based field survey was conducted to collect data from 430 partici...

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  • THE ROLE OF DEMOGRAPHICS ON DECISION-MAKING STYLES OF BOTSWANA’S RETAIL SHOPPERS
    Oluranti Sangodoyin, Rina Makgosa    Download Full Text

    The current paper presents findings on key decision-making styles adopted by retail shoppers and how such styles are influenced by gender, age, education, income and marital status in an attempt to facilitate a sound understanding of retail shopping behavior. The sampling unit consists of the general shopping public whose age ranges from 18 to 64 years residing in Gaborone and Francistown. Gab...

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