Behaviour can be defined as
those acts of 'individuals' which
are directly involved in making
decisions to spend their
available resources (time,
money, energy) in obtaining and
using goods and services.
An important part of the
marketing process is to
understand why a customer or
buyer makes a purchase.
Without such an
find it hard to respond to the
customer’s needs and wants.
Businesses now spend considerable
sums trying to learn about what makes
“customers tick”. The questions they
try to understand are:
How do they buy?
When do they buy?
Where do they buy?
Why do they buy?
BUYING DECISION PROCESS
Roles & Status
EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES
POST PURCHASE BEHAVIOUR
Motivation: The force that energizes behaviour,
gives direction to behaviour and underlies the
tendency to persist.
Learning: An individual learns and gains
experience over time. Learning involves changes
in an individual's behaviour arising from
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