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Profiling Consumers Based on Their Beverage Consumption Patterns. A Cross-Cultural Study by Cohorts

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Profiling Consumers Based on Their Beverage Consumption Patterns. A Cross-Cultural Study by Cohorts

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The purpose of the research we undertook for this Conference Paper was to investigate whether marketing campaigns for specific types of drinks could be directed towards age cohorts rather than towards intercultural differences between countries. We developed consumer profiles based on drinking motives and drinking behavior by age cohorts. We hypothesized that differences between countries in the youngest age groups are smaller than in the older age groups, where country specific tradition and culture still plays a more prominent role. We, therefore tested, from the data obtained by the COnsumer BEhaviouR Erasmus Network (COBEREN), the hypothesis that the extent to which the age specific profiles differ between countries increases with age.
The results confirm our hypothesis that the extent to which drinking motives differ between countries increases with age. Our results suggest that marketing campaigns which are directed towards drinking motives, could best be tailored by age cohort, in particular when it concerns age group 18-37 and more particular for beer, spirits and especially premix drinks. Marketing campaigns for non-alcoholic beverages should be made specific for the British countries and the Western countries, but even more effectively be made specific for the age cohort 18-37.

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OrganisatieHogeschool Utrecht
AfdelingKenniscentrum Innovatie en Business
LectoraatMarketing & Customer Experience
Gepubliceerd inConference proceedings Pagina's: 30-31
Jaar2012
TypeConferentiebijdrage
TaalNederlands

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