AU Virtual International Conference Entrepreneurship and Sustainability in the Digital Era: Vol. 1, No. 1 (2020)

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    Factors impacting the continued use of social media: a case study of senior citizens in Bangkok
    This study aimed to identify the factors affecting senior citizen users of social media in Bangkok, Thailand. The proposed of this research is also to determine the impact of user satisfaction on the continued use of social media. This study is quantitative research with several testing such as Cronbach's Alpha, Descriptive and Inferential Statistics to assess the reliability of the questionnaire analyze demographic information and testing the hypotheses. The surveys were distributed 400 sets to sample who are over 60 years old, live in Bangkok, and have used social media. The study results were the factor affecting on user satisfaction are utilitarian benefits and hedonic benefits at a significant level of 0.05, and further impacts continued use.
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    Examining factors influencing brand loyalty towards fast fashion brand in Dhaka, Bangladesh
    (Assumption University Press, 2020) Antara Chowdhury ; Sirion Chaipoopirutana
    Today’s fashion market is highly competitive and the constant need to ‘refresh’ product ranges gives consumers endless options to choose from which is why brand loyalty plays an important role for business’s to retain their consumers. The purpose of this study is to examine factors influencing brand loyalty towards a fast fashion brand in Dhaka, Bangladesh. 400 respondents were applied in order to investigate the statistical treatment of the data. Data were collected by using survey questionnaires and both simple linear and multiple linear regression analysis were used to test the hypotheses. The results indicate that there is a relationship between each variable for brand loyalty. Among them, social media marketing in term of responsiveness has the strongest influence on value consciousness followed by brand consciousness. Also, brand personality has the strongest influence on brand loyalty followed by social media marketing and brand uniqueness. The findings of this research will be beneficial to not only Aarong but also for other fast fashion brands. It can support data which may help the fast fashion industry to modify and improve more effective and proficient marketing tools and business model based on the knowledge of the influences of the factors in this research in order to create brand loyalty and accomplish the ultimate goals of the organization.
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    Antecedents and consequences of customer satisfaction and loyalty: an empirical study of popular cafe in Mandalay, Myanmar
    (Assumption University Press, 2020) Kyaw, May Thu ; Sirion Chaipoopirutana
    This research aims to examine the factors influencing customer satisfaction and loyalty towards the popular cafe in Mandalay, Myanmar. The researcher applied the factors, including perceived customer to employee interaction, perceived service quality, and perceived value. The sample size of this study is 400, and questionnaires are distributed at Mingalar Mandalay Complex. In this study, the researcher applied non-probability sampling methods, including purposive and convenience sampling techniques. The researcher also used the five-point Likert scale, designed as research instruments. To test the hypotheses, the researcher used both simple linear regression and multiple linear regression to analyze and calculate the data. Based on the research finding, the researcher found that perceived service quality significantly influenced perceived value and perceived customer to employee interaction, and perceived value significantly influenced customer satisfaction except for perceived service quality. Furthermore, perceived value and customer satisfaction significantly influenced customer loyalty.
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    Factors affecting the purchasing decision facial skincare products of working women in Bangkok Metropolis during economic recession period
    (Assumption University Press, 2020) Pusanisa Boonmangmee ; Preecha Methavasaraphak
    The facial skincare products were in group of convenience goods that customers would buy from their wanted not needed so can said that facial skincare products were unnecessary for life. However, the competition in the skincare business was very high. Consumer had a lot of choices to select. This research aimed to study about factors related and affecting purchasing decision facial skincare products of working women in Bangkok Metropolis during Economic Recession Period. The quantitative questionnaires were conducted and also distributed 400 sets of questionnaires to working women who worked or lived in Bangkok, Thailand which were ever bought facial skincare product within 10 months ago. The Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) were used to analyze the data there is three analyses which are descriptive analysis (frequency, mean and standard deviation), correlation analysis and multiple regression analysis.Literature review shown in six factors might be related and affected on purchasing decision consist of product quality, convenience place, promotion, brand, self-image and social norms. After analysis by descriptive analysis and multiple linear regression the result shown only two factors related and affect purchasing decision facial skincare products of working women in Bangkok Metropolis during Economic Recession Period that were product quality and brand. Which can explain that 36.9% (R2=.369) of the variation affect in purchasing decision facial skincare products of working women in Bangkok Metropolis during economic recession period. Others factors consist of convenience place, promotion, self-image and social norms did not had statistic significantly on purchasing decision of working women in Bangkok.
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    An integrated model of influence of perceived quality, perceived value, brand association, brand awareness and brand uniqueness on brand loyalty towards a luxury brand in Bangkok, Thailand
    (Assumption University Press, 2020) Suwanan Chansuk ; Sirion Chaipoopirutana
    Under today's increasingly competitive business environment, maintaining customers' brand loyalty remains a significant factor. To be successful in any business sector, companies should understand the customers' needs and create strong brands to attract a long-term business. The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the factors affecting brand loyalty towards the top luxury brand in Bangkok, Thailand. The researchers collected data from 400 consumers in front of the main gate of four shopping malls, including both Thai males and females in Bangkok. The individuals whom we conducted all had experienced purchasing luxury products by using five-point Likert scale survey questionnaires. The non-probability was applied to collect the data from the sampling units by using judgment, quota, and convenience sampling techniques. The descriptive, interferential, and linear regression analysis was used to test all hypotheses. Based on the result of this study, the researchers found that brand awareness has a significant influence on perceived quality and brand association. Additionally, brand loyalty is significantly influenced by perceived value, brand uniqueness, perceived quality, brand awareness, and brand association, respectively.