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Entertainment Area and its Relevance in Inducing Pester Power A Study with Reference to Chic King Outlet

Authore(s) : Dr D.Sudharani Ravindran || ProfessorPSG Institute of ManagementCoimbatore.

Volume : (3), Issue : , January - 2019

Abstract : Kids mean business to marketers.  Children have a big say in family decision to purchase many products Marketers are trying to encash on the children’s ability to nag their parents to induce purchase. A lot of marketing and advertising activity is aimed at children. Kids are increasingly influenced by commercialisations that often go against what parents are trying to do. The average family size in India is on a decline coming in now at almost 4. Rapid economic growth has resulted in greater incomes for the booming middle class. The eating out fast food culture which was predominantly a western lifestyle is fast catching up in India especially in the state of Kerala. A growing NRI population, high brand awareness among adults and children has led to a mushrooming of several Domestic, National and International eateries. Eating out being basically a family impulse decision, kids have major say in it. Fast food outlets are targeting kids by kids meal promos, toy promos, gifts, events and en- tertainment areas to draw their attention. Pester power is all the more relevant now. The study investigates the use of entertainment area at ChicKing outlets to induce pester power.

Keywords :Pester power, Entertainment area, Fast food outlets, Sales promotion, Kids.

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A Study with Reference to Chic King Outlet

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