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Research of online shopping preferences in Charles University students actively engaged in sports under the influence of the covid-19 pandemic
Gerža, Karel ; Čáslavová, Eva (advisor) ; Voráček, Josef (referee)
Title: Research of online shopping preferences in Charles University students actively engaged in sports under the influence of the covid-19 pandemic Objectives: The aim of the diploma thesis is to identify current preferences of students actively engaged in physical activity on selected faculties of Charles University in online shopping. The research participants will evaluate individual factors that influence their attitude towards shopping on the internet and the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on their shopping behavior. Based on this data, measures and recommendations will be proposed, which should help merchants understand the current expectations and demands of customers and thus improve user comfort when shopping online. Methods: The quantitative method of electronic questioning was used to obtain the resulting data. The content analysis was also used in the analysis of studies, professional articles and surveys focusing on the given issue, as part of this thesis. The resulting data were processed using basic descriptive statistical operations, such as absolute frequency, relative frequency and mean value. Results: The results of the study show that there has been an increase in the use of online shopping among the monitored sample of people. In terms of the impact on shopping behavior in...
The effect of weather on purchases on online fashion e-shop in the Czech Republic
Borýsková, Nikola ; Chytilová, Julie (advisor) ; Kučera, Tomáš (referee)
This thesis aims to determine the e ect of weather conditions on online fashion purchases in the Czech Republic. Even though various studies have proved the impact of weather for instance on people's time allocation, mood or con- sumer behaviour in an o ine environment, this topic has been explored rarely. Ordinary Least Squares method was applied to estimate the impact of several weather variables (sunshine hours, precipitation, temperature, air pressure, and wind speed) on sales from Czech fashion e-shop using time series data for five years. All weather variables included in our analysis turned out to have a statistically significant e ect on sales. Keywords online shopping, e-shop sales, weather e ect, OLS regression Title The e ect of weather on purchases on online fashion e-shop in the Czech Republic
Chování spotřebitelů při online nakupování
Ostrá, Eliška
This diploma thesis investigates patterns of behaviour in the Czech online shopping market. The thesis identifies segments of online shoppers, determines the factors influencing their consumer behaviors and from this analysis identifies a typical respondent. Secondary data are used for an orientation analysis of the e-commerce market in the Czech Republic. Further analysis of primary data pro-vides insights into the effectiveness of sales promotions and online marketing tools in influencing consumer attitudes and purchasing decisions. Regression analysis helps establish the optimal price points for online products based on the price sensitivity of consumers and their responses to selected sales promotion tools. The thesis concludes with suggestions for increasing customer satisfaction on e-commerce websites and thus enhancing profitability.
Chovanie spotrebiteľa pri online nákupe potravín
Vanková, Barbora
Bachelor thesis deals with consumer behaviour in online grocery shopping. Theoretical part defines the behaviour of consumers during the online shopping as well as the factors that influence it. For this thesis has been used the marketing research carried out in the form of an electronic questionnaire survey, which was attended by 452 respondents and contained closed and open questions. Based on the survey conducted, it was characterized the typical consumer buying food online and suggested recommendations for online food buyers.
Zákaznické problémy při nákupech oděvů v kamenných prodejnách v České republice
Fogašová, Tereza
FOGAŠOVÁ, T. Customer problems in purchasing clothing in brick-and-mortar stores in the Czech Republic. Thesis. Brno: Mendel University in Brno, 2019. The thesis deals with customer problems when buying clothes in brick-and-mortar stores in the Czech Republic. The main aim of the thesis is to propose marketing recommendations for brick-and-mortar stores with clothes, which could lead to making the process of purchase easier and more pleasant for customers and employees. The thesis provides an analysis of factors influencing customers at the point of sale, their preferences and identification and evaluation of the importance of problem areas that customers encounter when shopping for clothes. To obtain key information, a questionnaire survey (n = 317) and in-depth interviews (n = 6) were conducted. Both surveys were supplemented by observations in selected stores in Brno. Based on the research, it was found that the importance of brick-and-mortar stores does not disappear, only their roles are changing. In spite of the assumption that brick-and-mortar stores will be more complementary to e-shops in the future, we can say that they are irreplaceable. Especially because of the possibility of getting to know the goods personally and trying it out.
Fenomén ROPO a jeho vliv na nákupní chování spotřebitele
Tran, Trong Nam
The thesis deals with the phenomenon of the shopping behaviour ROPO (Research Online – Purchase Offline) and its impact on the consumer behaviour. Examines factors which lead consumer to use this approach when shopping. Furthermore, it also examines the influence of user reviews during the buying decision process. In literature review are described individual phases of the ROPO effect. The thesis itself deals with the processing of data from surveys, based on which are further suggested marketing activities which when using ROPO effect will lead to increase in the store traffic of the physical store.
Males as a target group for internet food sale
NOVÁK, Jaroslav
The topic of the bachelor thesis is males as a target group for internet food sale. The objective of the thesis is to assess the behaviour of the shopping men and their attitude to online shopping. The theoretical part focuses on the area of the consumer behaviour, shopping behaviour, electronic shops and internet selling which are characterized there. The practical part contents a collection of a data using questionnaires in the electronic form. The questionnaires were sent to respondents of younger (15-44) and older (over 45) age. The results of the analysis can be used for a marketing strategy or potential sellers who deal with internet food sales.
Trends in Fashion Marketing and their influence to consumer buying decision
Votočková, Pavlína ; Filipová, Alena (advisor)
This master's thesis deals with Trends in Fashion Marketing and their influence to consumer buying decision. The aim of the thesis is to analyse consumer's attitude to fashion marketing and it's current trends: Fast Fashion, online shopping, co-branding and influence of social sites. The thesis is devided into a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part deals with consumer behavior, specification of current situation on the fashion market, locating of production and supply chain process in fashion business. In this part trends in fashion marketing: Fast Fashion, online shopping, co-branding and social sites are introduced. The practical part deals with a questionnaire survey. The main aim is interpreted on the basis of the result from the questionnaire survey.
The evolution and customization of online shopping: case study SizeID 2013-2016
Rosová, Kateřina ; Klimeš, David (advisor) ; Koudelková, Petra (referee)
This work is focused on the evolution and customization of online shopping. The theoretical part presents some key terms from this area of study, like the internet and e-commerce or trends in online shopping. Then it explains the term service, its characteristics and the manner of classifying and promoting a service, based on its characteristics. In the next part, the author elucidates the term customization. The last part of the theoretical unit is dedicated to start-ups, their possible definitions and the communication of these very special types of business. In the practical part, the method is described first, followed by the case study, which contains the evaluation of the quantitative research that answers the research question. The summary contains some analysis of the data gained, followed by some recommendations for the company described in the case study, which are coming from the analysis, together with a prognosis of the upcoming direction that is the most likely for the phenomenon examined.
Consumer protection in the European Union
Vyleťalová, Tereza ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Hnát, Pavel (referee)
This thesis is focused on consumer protection in the European Union with a special emphasis on online shopping. The first section defines the term 'consumer protection', its development, institutional support, instruments and financing. Also, this part describes the digital market of the European Union, hindrances to the growth of online shopping as well as strategies which are created in order to form a digital single market in the European Union. The second section focuses on protection of personal data, alternative dispute resolutions, current legislation regarding consumers rights on internet and new proposals from the European Commission. The new proposals dominate the second part of this thesis and are discussed with an expert. A survey has been conducted to find out more about the Czech experience with problem solving when shopping online. Moreover, this thesis does not leave out court orders from the European Union´s Court of Justice which have led to the uniform application and interpretation of the consumer protection in the European Union.

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