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ItemFactors affecting intention to purchase decision energy drink in Thailand(Assumption University Press, 2020) Apirati Pichayadecha ; Papitchaya WisankosolThe energy drink business is fastest-growing product category in the beverage market. Refer to globalization, energy drink products are market as an alternative to carbonated products, and it is the opportunity switch from carbonated product to energy drink category in over the last few years. In Thailand perspective, the energy drinks industry grew at a CAGR of 5.8% between 2018 and 2019, THB 22.1 billion in terms of sales value (AC Nielsen, 2020), and there are many companies in this market. Therefore, this market is very competitive and there are various factors affect intention to purchase decision energy drinksin Thailand. The main purpose of this study was to identify factors affecting intention to purchase decision energy drinks in Thailand. The questionnaire was distributed to people who are Thai about 400 participants. Moreover, convenience sampling, which is a non-probability sampling method, is used for the sampling procedure with analyzing the level of impact toward independent variables (product, price, place, promotion, and subjective norm) to the dependent variable (purchase decision). The results of this research indicated that three independent variables, which are product, promotion, and subjective norm, had significantly affecting intention to purchase decision energy drink in Thailand. Therefore, the energy drink business should focus more on the product, promotion, and subjective norm, which creates more attracted to purchase the product.
ItemFactors influencing Bangkok people purchase intention towards Tesco Lotus house brand products(Assumption University Press, 2018) Ratiya Tirawatnapong ; Fernando, MarrisaThis study aimed to determine factors influencing Bangkok people purchase intention towards Tesco house brand products. The study was a quantitative research using Cronbach’s Alpha, Descriptive and Inferential Statistics to determine the reliability of questionnaire analyze demographics information and test hypotheses, respectively. There were 412 questionnaires distributed to samples who live in Bangkok and never been bought Tesco Lotus house brand products Purposive sampling, quota sampling and convenience sampling were employed in this study. The findings presented that there were three variables that had a significant effect on purchase intention which were price, trust and perceived value. However, there were no influence of product, store brand image, and brand awareness toward purchase intention. Moreover, there is no significant mean difference in purchase intention regarding Tesco Lotus house brand among Bangkok people with different monthly income levels.
ItemA study of factors influencing Thais’ intention to purchase clothing at “Camp” multi-brand store(Assumption University Press, 2019) Ployramean Phadungwatanachok ; Fernando, MarrisaThis study aimed to determine factors influencing the intention of purchasing clothing at “CAMP” multi-brand store in Thailand. This study focused on Thai citizens who have never purchased fashion items at CAMP multi-brand store. The research included studies from previous research with five factors: Attitude, Product, Price, Place and Promotion on Thais’ intention to purchase clothing at “CAMP” multi-brand store. This study was a quantitative research with applying Cronbach’s Alpha, Descriptive and Inferential Statistics to determine the reliability of questionnaire analyze demographics information and test hypotheses. Convenience sampling and snowball sampling were employed in this study. A total of 424 questionnaires were returned and 400 questionnaires used in this analysis. The finding presented that there were all five variable that has a significant effect on Thais’ purchase intention which consisted of attitude, product, price, place and promotion.