go, and clearance prices come and go. Whether it is the craze-induced Black
Friday sales or Cyber Monday, all companies will agree that they want their
products to be bought.
will be less consumers wanting to buy a company’s products that season.
Sometimes people won’t want to invest their money into those sales despite the
occasion. An example of that is scene in back to school shopping seasons.
report from Retail Customer Experience tells of the change in consumers. The
report references the use of annual Deloitte’s and National Retail Federation’s
survey on school related spending. Some of the information from Deloitte
Compared to college students, shopping for K-12
is seen as less important. Plus college students are more likely to buy
throughout the school year.
Consumers are not as driven by discounts
Consumers are more likely to make purchasing
decisions prior to being at the store with digital services playing a stronger
Consumers are no longer driven solely by
own pieces off information:
The average family with children grades K-12
will spend less. The number going from $669.28 to 630.36
The total amount of spending expects to reach
Due to the economy over 76.4 percent of families
with school-age children will change their spending.
Families will spend up to $117.56 on new shoes.
consumer’s changing patterns. Unlike the previous year where they had gotten
better results. Deloitte LLP Vice Chairman and Alison Paul state in a report, ‘Consumers
are sending a message to retailers that says the back-to-school shopping season
just isn’t that important anymore”
change in the consumer’s patterns. NRF President said in a release, ‘As seen
over the last 13 years, spending on ‘back-to-school’ has consistently
fluctuated based on children’s needs each year, and it’s unlikely most families
would need to restock and replenish apparel, electronics and supplies every
thoughts on what should be bought and what shouldn’t be bought. The digitalized
marketplace and the impact of the economy show how the customer is effected in
so many ways beyond the surface level. With that in mind corporations must
always be ready to innovate and seek ways such as free shipping or same-day
delivery to entice customers.
Kazon Robinson is currently a Marketing Intern at IIR USA and a high school student at
All Hallows. Kazon helps oversee and revise the data entry of spreadsheets with
information relating to investors, twitter handles, and conferences. He also
has experience interacting with other writers from participating in the AH
Writers and Authors Club. He has previously worked at Bronxworks Betances
Community Center as an Office Assistant where he provided professional service
and directions for callers. He can be reached firstname.lastname@example.org