Influence of prospect payments on pricing OR should you charge more for your iPhone app?
The article provides empirical evidence as to how others can influence purchase of luxury goods in different markets and suggests strategic managerial implications.
While luxury brands spend significant amount of budget on branding, there is no empirical evidence as to is the investment really paying off from consumers’ perspective. This articles explores the influence of luxury brand origin and brand image on consumer decision making for luxury brands.
We are happy to announce a special issue of ‘Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics’ on ‘Emerging Trends for Marketing in Asia’ guest edited by Prof. Kim-Shyan Fam, Prof. Ernest de Run and me. Asia is a continent of paradoxes. It has some of the fastest growing economies of the world, the largest populace,
The article discusses the importance of interpersonal influences in consumption decision and why it is important in the context of luxury however has not been tested till date. Provides avenues of how it can be explored in the case of luxury.
Recently I was listening to the book ‘Drive’ by Daniel Pink wherein the author discusses how the present day motivational philosophy of focused on rewards and punishment falls short in today’s environment. While listening to the book one of the interesting concepts I came across was the idea of ‘performance goals’ vs. ‘learning goals’. Performance
Recently, I came across an article which focused on “15 reasons [why] luxury brands must be on twitter”1. When I started reading those 15 reasons, it got me a bit worried. I was unsure as to if any of those reasons really had a merit for a luxury brand. Like most academics, when I read
In some of my earlier posts, I have stated that there are two simultaneous paradoxical needs among us consumers with regard to consumption namely, (a) to conform and (b) to demonstrate uniqueness. In sociology and psychology this has led to creation of various terms such as fitting in or standing out, in-group vs. out-group behaviour,