Critical analysis of the influence of discount retailers on Tesco plc in the UK:1. Auflage Md Mahabubur Rahman
Critical analysis of the influence of discount retailers on Tesco plc in the UK: Md Mahabubur Rahman
Food Retail: Rise of the Discounter: Alex Oyston
The role of customer insights within the German retail context. How can grocery discounters´ performance be improved in the German retailer industry?: Martin Roumenov Karakostov
The role of customer insights within the German retail context. How can grocery discounters´ performance be improved in the German retailer industry?:Akademische Schriftenreihe. 1. Auflage. Martin Roumenov Karakostov
Get on the Express for Discount Shopping Know How to Find Discounts, Get Coupons, and Save Money Shopping Online and Offline Want to save money while shopping? Of course you do! Why? Because nobody likes to find their wallet or purse flat-out empty from all the joy or necessity of shopping or suffer the consequences of endlessly swiping the plastic to the max on whatever they can get their hands on, then waiting for the wrath of the credit card bill to drop on their doorstep only to be filled with buyer´s remorse and now swimming in debt and hanging on the mercy of creditors. Finding bargains and deals may seem obvious - head to Google and click ´´Search´´, or go through the stack of mail and newspapers, hoping to grab some coupons - but there is far more to the process than people realize. Also, still think getting the best bang for your buck is exclusive at the big major retailers? Think again! That´s the perception they create for you to shop there in the first place. When stuff is perceived to be on sale, you just have to buy it, right? But are they really on sale? Because there are other secret underground mom-and-pop-like shops where less people know about that offer - and there are better outrageous deals. In order to save money shopping, you need to do what others don´t do and look where others don´t look...because whenever there is word of a gold mine, it will be over before anybody else has the chance to pick up a shovel. You need to approach discount shopping and bargain hunting from a different angle, like pro shoppers do. When you take the Discount Shopping Express, your destination includes: How to find discounts online and offline with advanced shopping strategies How to get coupons the way nobody else is doing and very few know about How to determine the best place to buy what... 1. Language: English. Narrator: KnowIt Express. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/058481/bk_acx0_058481_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Coping with Retail Giants:Gaining an Edge Over Discounters A. Coskun Samli
Retail Disruptors:The Spectacular Rise and Impact of the Hard Discounters Jan-Benedict Steenkamp, Laurens Sloot
For millions, the daily shopping experience has devolved from the resonant personal ritual of our memories and dreams to the boring zombie-like process we wander through daily. We´re wasting our time and money, at the cost of our patience, good will, and joie de vivre. The new entitlement of discount prices has driven out creative, customer-centric thinking, far more than is commonly believed. In Shopportunity!, highly respected business strategist Kate Newlin provides an insider´s view of how consumers´ needs and wants are researched, identified, and responded to at the manufacturing and marketing level of companies, and then systematically ignored by those same manufacturers and their retailers when it comes time to bring brands to market. Indeed, she demonstrates how one generation of marketers has addicted three generations of consumers to the heroin of price promotion and what it means to our waistlines, credit ratings, and life experience. From Wal-Mart to Shop-Rite to CVS and Home Shopping Network, Newlin will reveal what the world´s leading brands really know about us and how they ultimately sell the products we buy. Drawing on powerful reporting and her three decades as an insider, Newlin traces the tragic arc of the great freefall between what consumers want of their brand choices, what brands are able to deliver, and the torture retailers put consumers through in order to acquire the transformational promise of the brands. Her critique culminates in a shopper´s bill of rights that lays out 10 principles of consumer transformation that should liberate shoppers, as well as the manufacturers and channels that serve them, from the tyranny of the cheap. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kimberly Schraf. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/001329/bk_harp_001329_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Do you remember the dime stores of the 60s? Did you ever shop at G.C. Murphy´s, Woolworth´s, or Newberry´s? Discount department stores became very popular in the 70s and dime stores began to close. Stores like Kmart, Grant City, Murphy´s Mart, Hills, and Ames provided a great shopping experience for American families. Most of those chains closed their doors in the 80s and 90s. The glory days of department store shopping have faded away and we now live in a big box world. I always loved shopping in downtown Defiance, Ohio when I was growing up in the 60s. My favorite store was G.C. Murphy´s. The day I celebrated my 16th birthday, I applied for a job at Murphy´s. I was hired a few weeks later. After living in North Dakota for four years as a young Air Force wife, I moved back to Ohio. Retail was still in my blood. I always thought I would go back to work at Murphy´s someday. By this time, most of the Murphy´s stores had closed and new Murphy´s Marts were built to replace the smaller dime stores. We lived very close to Kmart in Bryan. The store was just a short walk across the field near our house. I applied for a job at Kmart and was soon hired, since I had previous retail experience at Murphy´s. I worked at Kmart for a total of 17 years. Did you ever wonder what it was like to work in one of these stores? How difficult was it to operate a manual cash register before bar codes and scanners made the task much easier? Listen about Halloween costume contests, shoplifting stories, and bluelight specials. Follow the adventures of six family members who all worked at the same store. If you have ever worked in retail, or dreamed of a career in retail, then this is the audiobook for you! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rich McVicar. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/014130/bk_acx0_014130_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.